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Well-Being, Immunological Aging, and the Brain

As people age, their immune systems change, and not necessarily for the better. How can psychological well-being influence the aging immune system? And how might the immune system and chronic infections influence well-being and the brain? Results from the Thought, Stress, and Immunity Study, which started in 2001 and has involved over 200 local older adults, provide some hints.

Join us for the 2018-19 College of Arts & Sciences Distinguished Professor Lecture with Suzanne Segerstrom. 

Date: 
Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 7:00pm
Location: 
W.T. Young Library Auditorium

2019 Kirwan Prize, Sturgill Award Presented to Outstanding Faculty

By Lindsey Piercy

(Left to right) Suzanne Segerstrom and Brett Spear

Two University of Kentucky faculty members were honored for their outstanding contributions to research, mentoring and scholarship at the 2019 University of Kentucky Awards ceremony held April 18.

Jazmin Brown-Iannuzzi Receives Course Hero Woodrow Wilson Foundation Fellowship

By Trey Melcher

Jazmin Brown-Ianuzzi, assistant professor of psychology, is one of five young scholars selected for the inaugural Course Hero Woodrow Wilson Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching.

Impressive Undergraduate Researchers Take Work to State Capitol

By Gail Hairston

UK geology senior Adam Nolte explains his research on sinkholes in Woodford County to President Capilouto.

The University of Kentucky was represented by 16 undergraduate students and their 14 research projects at the 17th annual Posters-at-the-Capitol event last week at the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort.

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