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Measuring Success - New Rankings Show UK Progress, Impact

  While national rankings cannot portray the importance of research as a pillar of the mission of the University of Kentucky (UK), rankings provide a snapshot of our standings compared to benchmark...

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Everything is Science: Opposites Attract

Organized by the College of Pharmacy, Dr. D'Orazio and Pearson will be the featured speakers among others.http://pharmacy.uky.edu/news/everything-science-opposites-attract

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Posted - Feb 25Read More

New Article in Health & Wellness Magazine from our NS Students

Congratulations to Nicole Robinson and Michaelia Skleres, M.S student in the Nutritional and Sciences Program  and with the help of Dr. Sara Police, Assistant Professor in the department of Pharmacology and...

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Posted - Feb 13Read More

New Article in Health & Wellness Magazine from our NS Students!

Congratulations to David Schnell Ph.D., Courtney Turpin M.S., and Nika Larian, students in the Nutritional Sciences program in the department of Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences, who penned this article...

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Posted - Feb 13Read More

Research Identifies Pathway Connecting Some HIV Drugs With Liver Disease

As a raft of new treatments for HIV infection have come on the market in the past 20 years, AIDS patients have gotten access to drugs that allow them to live longer."These drugs are miracles," said Dr. Richard...

Tags - Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences, Research

Posted - Feb 1Read More

Zhou Lab publishes article in Journal of Hepatology

Dr. Taesik Gwag, along with Dr. Changcheng Zhou and colleagues from the Zhou lab have an article in the Journal of Hepatology entitled "Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor efavirenz activates PXR to...

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Posted - Jan 30Read More

Dr. Pearson is featured in UKNow regarding his new study linking smoking during pregnancy and increasing obesity risks later in baby's life

Study Links Smoking During Pregnancy With Increase in Obesity Later in Baby's Life

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Posted - Jan 16Read More

Dr. Anika Hartz-Faculty Mentor of the Week

Kudos to Dr. Anika Hartz who was named Faculty Mentor of the Week by UK's Office of Undergraduate Research.

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Posted - Jan 11Read More

Microbes & Gut Health- Dr. Police featured on KET's Kentucky Health

r. Tuckson (Dr. Wayne Tuckson, MD, a colorectal surgeon in Louisville) speaks on KET.org with Dr. Sara Police, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Department of Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences and...

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Posted - Nov 21Read More

PILOT FUNDING OPPORTUNITY - CENTER FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH EXCELLENCE ON OBESITY AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES (COCVD) -Application due Monday, November 26, 2018 by 5:00 pm.

THE CENTER FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH EXCELLENCE ON OBESITY AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES (COCVD) FUNDING OPPORTUNITYThe NIH Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) on Obesity and Cardiovascular Diseases,...

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Posted - Oct 30Read More

DPNS Students provide tips for Men's Health-MOVEMBER

Congratulations to Dave Schnell, PhD, Adam Ghoweri, Kai Zhang and Nicole Robinson for getting their article published in the Health&Wellness November 2018 issue

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Posted - Oct 30Read More

UK Research Links Signaling Pathways to Combatting Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders are an array of conditions that can occur in a person whose mother consumed alcohol during pregnancy. Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS), the most severe of these conditions, often...

Tags - Research, Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences

Posted - Oct 19Read More

Intriguing studies from Dr. Ai-Ling Lin and colleagues show how what we eat may influence our brains

Congratulations to Dr. Ai-Ling Lin, colleagues- Dr. Anika Hartz and DPNS students-Jared Hoffman and Lucy Yanckello on their recent articles in Scientific Reports and/or Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience!...

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Posted - Oct 4Read More

Recent Awards for Pharmacology & Nutritional Sciences

CONGRATULATIONS to all of the following: Dr. Lisa Cassis and colleagues (Drs. Andrew Morris, Wendy Katz, Changcheng Zhou and Kevin Pearson) – NIH Phase III Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) Dr....

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Posted - Sep 4Read More

Dr. Lisa Cassis – NIH Phase III Center of Biomedical research Excellence (COBRE)

The Phase III Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) on Obesity and Cardiovascular Diseases (COCVD) focuses on identification of mechanisms and development of therapies that target obesity as a risk...

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Posted - Aug 31Read More