As Vice President for Research, I am frequently asked, “What is it like to be a researcher at UK?” Well, to be honest, I have only known one research environment as a faculty member performing academic research for the past 27 years, and that environment is UK. While this might be construed as making me shortsighted, I believe that one of the primary reasons I have remained at UK throughout my academic career is the collaborative nature of research.
“What would you tell someone who is thinking about joining the research enterprise at UK?”
Esther Dupont-Versteedgen's interest in movement mechanics drives her research into retaining skeletal muscle.
CAER 101 program is inspiring the next generation of scientists at Lexington elementary schools.
Two researchers, who have already paired up for life, are also paired up in the lab.
Alonna Wright, a UK junior, is doing undergrad research at ParaTechs.