The Division of Biomedical Informatics and the Division of Cancer Biostatistics were created to meet the expanding campus biostatistical and biomedical informatics research and teaching needs.
Dr. Philip Kern, director of the CCTS and director of the Barnstable Brown Kentucky Diabetes and Obesity Center, was the guest on March 4's "UK at the Half."
The CCTS is reaching out to researchers on campus to ask them to take a quick survey about access to human tissue samples.
Researchers at UK are studying every aspect of exercise — from the test tube to the treadmill — to help Kentuckians exercise regularly, safely, and in the most beneficial ways.
The University of Kentucky's Dr. Susanne Arnold and colleagues were awarded a grant by the Department of Defense to study potential environmental reasons for the high lung cancer rates in Eastern Kentucky.
Dr. Susan Smyth has been named the new Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine within the University of Kentucky College of Medicine's Division of Internal Medicine.
In 1985, the UK center was among the first 10 federally funded Alzheimer's Disease Centers in the U.S. and has been continuously funded by NIH.
Dr. Leslie Crofford was the recipient of the Woman in Inflammation Science award from the International Association of Inflammation Societies (IAIS).
Eli Capilouto is visiting each college over the next several weeks to engage in a deeper conversation about UK’s challenges and opportunities.
Nancy Schoenberg explains how the University of Kentucky is taking science from the bench to the bedside to the mountainside.