CCTS Conference on Opioids Draws Nearly 1,000 Participants

CCTS Conference on Opioids Draws Nearly 1,000 Participants

The 13th Annual Spring Conference of the University of Kentucky Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) was held April 13 at the Lexington Convention Center. While the CCTS supports research across the spectrum of diseases, this year’s conference focused on using translational science to address the opioid epidemic.

Annual Report Spotlights UK Research Impact on Kentucky

Annual Report Spotlights UK Research Impact on Kentucky

How is research at the University of Kentucky transforming tomorrow? The UK Research 2017 Annual Report shares the economic impact of UK research, strategic plan progress, national rankings and innovative federally funded research projects in substance abuse, cancer, diabetes and obesity, cardiovascular diseases, neuroscience and aging, and energy.

Are Humans 'Smeller Underachievers?' Not So Fast…

Are Humans 'Smeller Underachievers?' Not So Fast…

Historically speaking, smell is the Rodney Dangerfield of the human senses. A series of scientific mischaracterizations rooted in (of all things) the religious politics of 19th century France and perpetuated by scientists like Sigmund Freud led to widespread acceptance that humans were underachievers in the smelling category.