Her research will examine the relationship between environmental exposures, sleep quality, and pediatric obesity in Appalachia.
Members of the CCTS biomedical informatics team coauthored a paper, recently published in JAMA Open Network, based on analysis of Medicaid data from 2019-2020 in Kentucky and Ohio.
Dr. Philip Kern received the UK College of Medicine’s highest honor in medical education, the William R. Willard Dean’s Recognition Award.
Eight awardees will receive rigorous training integrated with their ongoing professional or graduate research programs.
The All of Us Research Program includes data that is powering more than 6,500 active research projects and offers researchers a variety of tools for analysis
McLouth’s research aims to improve patient mental health and quality of life during advanced lung cancer treatment, especially for people from rural and underserved areas.
Eight new Scholars will receive training in and funding for health equity research.
He co-leads the Rapid Actionable Data for Opioid Response in Kentucky (RADOR-KY) program, which uses multiple data sets to monitor and respond to the opioid overdose crisis.
Authors include CCTS leadership members, a pilot funding recipient, and a KL2 Scholar.