During "UK at the Half" UK football game on Saturday, CCTS was recognized for their clinical research — which helps to improve health, with an emphasis on the Central Appalachian region.
Study will help answer questions about if the vaccine prevents primary infection and transmission of the virus, not just illness.
Two researchers from UK's College of Ag, Food, and Environment receive funding.
Community health workers increased knowledge of lung cancer screening among racial minority populations.
An undergrad in the depart of physiology, White has played a significant role in the CCTS COVID-19 biobank and vaccine clinical trials.
An expert on the deadly 1918 flu pandemic, Barry talks about lessons learned that crisis and parallels to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Featuring a keynote from Howard Frumkin, MD and a panel on environmental health disparities
His book “The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History” was an NYT bestseller and named by the National Academies of Science as the year’s outstanding book on science or medicine.
WHY Director Ann Coker spoke with WUKY's "On Medicine" program
Stoops, director of the CCTS regulatory knowledge and support core, discussed the "perfect storm" of pandemic conditions for increasing drug use.