UofL Health’s Ding Modestly Fills a Vital and Patient-Centered Role

LOUISVILLE As the only vascular neurosurgeon on staff at UofL Health, neurosurgeon Dale Ding, MD, is the go-to guy for

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Repairing Brains, Reshaping Perceptions

LOUISVILLE From the point of view of neuroscience, the film The Matrix, in which humans are unconsciously functioning inside a

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Moving Parts and Minds

LOUISVILLE How did the son of an auto mechanic and a hairdresser wind up as a movement disorders and Parkinson’s

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The 14th Annual UofL Depression Center Conference Goes Virtual

LOUISVILLE After weak experimental designs of psychedelics research in the 1950s, rampant abuse in the 1960s, and a global ban

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A Transplant Known for His Transplants

LOUISVILLE Victor van Berkel, MD, PhD, is a self-proclaimed science geek who almost didn’t end up a doctor, let alone

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Seek and Destroy

LOUISVILLE Older sisters are supposed to torment their younger brothers. Maybe that is what Brian Mattingly, MD’s older sister intended

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UofL Receives $11.5 Million to Advance Cancer Immunotherapies

LOUISVILLE Cancer remains one of the most difficult and deadly challenges in human health, affecting Kentuckians at a higher rate

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Power and Precision Equals Progress

LOUISVILLE Radiation oncology is a unique amalgamation of medicine and math, physics and physicians, technologies and therapies all coexisting and

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Trading Pigs for Pigskin

LOUISVILLE Locker rooms are seldom renowned for their pleasant odors, but then again, neither are pig pens. While one-time aspiring

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Good News for Bad Knees

    LOUISVILLE Orthopedic surgeon Joseph W. Greene, MD, is the first specialist in Louisville, Kentucky to use the ROSA®

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