College of Health Sciences, Jockeys’ Guild Unveil Concussion Management Protocol Pilot Study

By: Laura Dawahare​ The University of Kentucky and the Jockeys’ Guild today announced a three-year pilot study, supported by a broad cross-section...

Read StoryJun 13, 2016

Federal Grant Helps Bridge Rural Gap in Availability of Speech Therapy Services

Access to health care and health-related services is a chronic problem in rural America, and Kentucky with its swaths of undeveloped land in...

Read StoryJun 9, 2016

Five UK Faculty Complete 2016 Bluegrass Higher Education Consortium Academic Leadership Academy

​Chana Akins, DeShana Collett, Melinda Ickes, Huajing Maske and Seungahn Nah of the University of Kentucky were among 41 fellows who recently...

Read StoryJun 3, 2016

Third Annual CHS Research Day

The 11th Annual Spring Conference of the University of Kentucky Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) drew nearly 1,000...

Read StoryMay 19, 2016

Regular Exercise at Any Age Could Keep the Mind Young

Recent research suggests that exercise might provide some measure of protection from Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other dementias. A group of...

Read StoryMay 18, 2016

Regular Exercise at Any Age Could Keep the Mind Young

LEXINGTON, Ky. (May 17, 2016) — Recent research suggests that exercise might provide some measure of protection from Alzheimer’s disease (...

Read StoryMay 17, 2016

Zachary Johnson in the Human Performance Lab Featured on LabTV

Zachary Johnson, a research assistant in the Human Performance Lab in the College of Health Sciences, is profiled on LabTV, a website with...

Read StoryMay 13, 2016

Faculty and Staff Awards 2015-16

2015 Staff Employee of the Year: Doug Long This year’s recipient, Doug Long, has worked for the College since 2007. He is known for his...

Read StoryMay 10, 2016

Record-Breaking Number of Students to Attend National Conference on Undergraduate Research

A recording-breaking 88 University of Kentucky undergraduates have been selected to present their research projects at the 2016 National...

Read StoryApr 27, 2016

College of Health Sciences Researcher Enjoys the Serendipity of Discovery

Esther Dupont-Versteegden thought she wanted to be a physical therapist. She had even been admitted into physical therapy school. But she took a...

Read StoryApr 20, 2016

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