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Last Updated February 03, 2009

Provost Willihnganz on Memorial Day

Message from Provost Willihnganz regarding the Memorial Day holiday

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May 8, 2009 press conference announcing the hiring of nine neurosurgeons

Dr. Edward Halperin, dean of the School of Medicine, discusses the hiring of nine new neurosurgeons

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Cardinal CAM: SGA president at the presidential inauguration

University of Louisville Student Government Association president Rudy Spencer didn't pass up the opportunity to be a part of history at the inauguration of President Barack Obama on January 20, 2009. This is his video account of history.

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President Ramsey on the Grawemeyer Awards and H. Charles Grawemeyer

The Grawemeyer Awards were created by a wonderful graduate of the University of Louisville, Mr. Charles Grawemeyer. Charlie wanted a recognition program for big ideas in areas that were not covered by the Nobel prize.

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UofL Health Care physicians see patients anytime, anywhere

UofL Health Care is teaming with Owensboro Medical Health System (OMHS) to use the latest technology to provide care to patients in rural and outlying areas of Central and Western Kentucky.

The device, a 5-foot, 6-inch robot called the RP-7, works through remote control. It was invented and made by InTouch Health of Santa Barbara, Calif.

Within moments of a request for medical consultation, a doctor seated at a computer control station — at her home or office in Louisville, an airport terminal or anywhere in the world that has a wireless connection — can connect via the Internet to the RP-7 Robot located in the OMHS Emergency Room.

Dr. Larry Cook talks about this exciting technology.

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Generous gift will boost anatomy education

Dr. Charles R. "Bob" Kaelin says that higher education wasn't a given when he was growing up in southwest Jefferson County.

The graduate of Valley High School ended up earning three degrees from UofL, going on to a practice as a successful orthopedic surgeon who gives back to the profession through teaching, research and service.

Now he's giving back to UofL. His $500,000 gift to the School of Medicine to create the anatomy laboratory of the future is, in part, inspired by Professor Richard Rink's belief in his abilities — a belief he says was instrumental in his success in medical school.

Please watch clips from this exciting announcement.

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UofL Dental School reaches out through Smile Kentucky

Aleighia Barker, a fourth year Dental student, wants to be a pediatric dentist. She says Smile Kentucky is one of her most rewarding days of the year.

The Smile Kentucky program offers every dental service necessary for kids who don't get routine access to dental care.

It also brings together students from the School of Dentistry, community dentists and hygienists and corporate partners.

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UofL Now: Signature Partnership Initiative

The Signature Partnership Initiative is an effort to enhance the lives of residents in West Louisville. Working closely with community residents, the Jefferson County Public Schools, Louisville Metro Government, Metro United Way, the Urban League, faith based organizations, and many others, the university has launched several new programs designed to eliminate or reduce disparities that West Louisville residents experience in education, health, economic and social conditions.

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UofL Now: Huge investment will allow HSC to take off

A $2.5 Billion investment will turn 30 downtown blocks into a hub for medical research. That's the topic in this segment of UofL Now.

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2007 State of the University Address

President Ramsey's 2007 State of the University Address

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UofL Now: Shelby Campus growth key to UofL mission

The Center for Predictive Medicine is under construction and university officials are working hard to find the right fits for UofL's Shelby Campus. UofL President, Dr. Jim Ramsey, talks about the campus in this segment of UofL Now.

Duration: 1:37

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UofL Now: Attracting the best students

The University of Louisville strives to be the best on the football field. UofL is also achieving success in the classroom, loading up a stellar freshman class. President James Ramsey talks about getting the most talented students around in this segment of "UofL Now."

Duration: 1:18

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