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Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences
Registration Now Available for UK Barnstable Brown Obesity & Diabetes Research Day
Registration is now available for the fifth annual Barnstable Brown Obesity & Diabetes Research Day set for May 20, 2015, at the University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital Pavilion A. The...
The mission of Nutritional Sciences is to train highly skilled nutritional scientists equipped to tackle critical nutrition-related disease and health issues and pursue promising careers in the...
Cardiovascular, Obesity & Diabetes Research Emphasis
Can novel drug targets be identified to slow the progression of abdominal aortic aneurysms? Is a stimulated renin-angiotensin system the link between obesity and the myriad of obesity-induced...
Research Emphasis on the Molecular Basis for Cancer
The cancer faculty in the Department of Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences are interested in studying the molecular basis of cancer initiation and metastatic progression. This involves using...
Neuroscience Research Emphasis
The neuroscience faculty of the Department of Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences focuses on brain aging and Alzheimer’s disease with an emphasis on how comorbid conditions/diseases (diabetes,...
Zhx2 regulation of lipid...
Mechanisms of disseminated tumor...
Our presenter is Jeffrey H....
Maja Redzic, Nutritional Sciences...
MnSOD deficiency triggers a pre-...
College & Department News
UK takes part in AHA “National Wear Red Day”
Registration Now Available for UK Barnstable Brown Obesity...
Shuxia Wang receives RO1 funding
Michael Kilgore honored as a "Teacher Who Made a Difference...
'Three Minute Thesis' Prepares Students to Present...
Kate Creasy awarded fellowship
Kate Creasy, a doctoral candidate mentored by Dr. Brett Spear, has been awarded an Academic Year Fellowship by the University of Kentucky Graduate School. The Graduate School Academic Year...
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