Retired UK pediatrician Charlton Mabry was the first to describe a rare and unspecified metabolic syndrome in 1970. His original work carries significance today as researchers continue to work toward a therapeutic for the disease known as Mabry syndrome.
More than 30 of UK's top students and recent graduates had some of the world's most prestigious scholarship, fellowship and internship organizations take note this year, including a record-breaking group of 12 current and former UK students who were selected to receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowships.
Partnering with the TriNetX network will improve clinical trial design to enhance and accelerate the development of new drugs.
Whether you are a lawn care professional or mow the grass yourself, there is something for all comers at the upcoming UK Turf Research Field Day.