May 9, 2022


Jun Yan, center, leads research to better understand immune dysregulation leading to acute respiratory distress in COVID-19 and other conditions. Yan and colleagues, including Anne Geller, right, discovered a specific type of immune cell associated with immune system overreaction in 2020 while treating COVID-19 patients. The work recently was funded by $5.8 in NIH grants.
By Baylee Pulliam The University of Louisville is one of a handful of schools selected by Microsoft to explore how artificial intelligence can be used to help researchers.   UofL is one of seven Microsoft Academic Research Consultants, or MARCs, that will study how researchers might leverage the technology to, for example, sift through large data...
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