Faculty and research experts at the University of Kentucky (UK) are available to speak to the news media about a variety of topics ranging from finance and economics to literature and the arts. Members of the media wishing to interview or consult with
these individuals should call (859) 257-1754.
UK EXPERTS AVAILABLE TO discuss Kentucky general election (available through Nov. 4)
Josh Douglas, election law expert and professor at the UK College of Law, can speak on legal issues surrounding the election, including the voting process, potential for recount or post-election contests, etc.
Contact: For interviews with Douglas, contact Whitney Harder, 859-323-2396 or 270-315-8850, firstname.lastname@example.org
Al Cross, political journalist and associate professor in the UK College of Communication and Information.
Contact: For interviews with Cross, contact Blair Hoover, 859-257-6398, email@example.com
Stephen Voss, associate professor of political science, a quantitative analyst specializing in elections and voting behavior, with a focus on the U.S. South as well as the politics of race, ethnicity and culture.
Contact: For interviews with Voss, contact Gail Hairston, 859-257-3302 or 433-2784, firstname.lastname@example.org
UK EXPERTS AVAILABLE TO COMMENT ON Comment on Affordable Care Act Ruling
Glen Mays, F. Douglas Scutchfield Professor of Health Services and Systems at the University of Kentucky College of Public Health
Contact: For interviews with Mays, contact Elizabeth Adams at email@example.com; (859) 940-8104
Nicole Huberfeld, H. Wendell Cherry Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky and bioethics associate at the UK College of Medicine
Contact: For interviews with Huberfeld, contact Whitney Harder at firstname.lastname@example.org; (270) 315-8850
Mays is a nationally recognized researcher on public health economics, health services and practice-based research networks.
Huberfeld's scholarship focuses on the cross-section between health care policy and constitutional law with current emphasis on federalism, federal spending power and Medicaid.
UK EXPERT AVAILABLE TO COMMENT ON New migraine drugs
Siddarth Kapoor, Fellow of the American Headache Society, Director of the Headache Program at the University of Kentucky's Kentucky Neuroscience Institute (KNI), Assistant Professor of Neurology
Contact: (859) 218-5441; email@example.com
UK EXPERT AVAILABLE TO COMMENT ON New Cholesterol drugs
UK EXPERTS AVAILABLE TO COMMENT ON INTERNATIONAL POLITICS/DIPLOMACY
Carey Cavanaugh, Former Ambassador and Director of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International
Commerce, Professor of Diplomacy
Contact: (859) 257- 4666 or (859) 317-0975; firstname.lastname@example.org
Cavanaugh specializes in diplomacy, Europe, Russia, the Middle East, defense and conflict resolution
Clossen specializes in conflict resolution, diplomacy, humanitarian issues, arms control, and ethnic conflict
Farley specializes in military doctrine, national security, East Asia/Pacific, foreign policy and homeland security
UK EXPERTS AVAILABLE TO COMMENT ON KENTUCKY POLITICS
Cross, a former political reporter for the The Courier-Journal, specializes in community journalism, rural journalism, newspapers, and Kentucky politics
Voss specializes in Kentucky politics, voting behavior, political methodology, and racial/ethnic politics
UK EXPERT AVAILABLE TO COMMENT ON CHILDREN AND AUTISM
Ruble specializes in autism spectrum disorders, assessment, consultation with schools/agencies, social skill development, teacher education