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Latest News & Events

UK researchers create task force aimed at lowering state’s maternal mortality rate

A team of providers and researchers at the University of Kentucky is working with community and government leaders across the state to address a pressing issue facing the Commonwealth: the maternal morbidity and mortality rate.

Scheduled for trouble: Studying the unintended consequences of classifying controlled substances

Researchers’ reasons for launching a study are sometimes purely intellectual: They may be intrigued by an inexplicable observation or challenged by a compelling question. Other times, the spark may be deeply personal. Such was the case for University of Kentucky (UK) Ph.D. student Kara Cook.

UK study finds disparities in substance use disorder for communities of color

A recent University of Kentucky study found that overdose fatalities in Kentucky are on the decline overall.

Mayor proclaims April as John P. Wyatt, M.D., Environment and Health Awareness Month

The 2024 John P. Wyatt, M.D., Environment and Health Symposium was held Thursday, April 4 on the University of Kentucky campus at the J. David Rosenberg College of Law Grand Courtroom.

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End of Year Celebration!

Get ready to party as we celebrate the end of the academic year. Students and their families, alumni, staff, faculty and friends of the college - all are invited.