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Wall Street Journal Highlights McClintock and UK Neurogastronomy Symposium
The University of Kentucky recently hosted the first-ever conference of the International Society of Gastronomy. The scientist and chefs involved in the events are working to solve issues affecting...
Neuronal Dysfunction in Tauopathies
Abnormal folding of the protein tau is associated with neuronal dysfunction in tauopathies: a group of more than twenty known diseases, the most common of which is Alzheimer’s. A major problem in the...
Unlike vision where only three receptors are needed to see all colors in the rainbow, the sense of smell uses hundreds of receptors. How responses to the many thousands of volatile chemicals we...
"Is there such a thing as...
“Yin and Yang of Capsaicin...
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Gensel Laboratory Awarded Grant to Study Spinal Cord Injury...
Wall Street Journal Highlights McClintock and UK Neurogastronomy...
Food, Flavor and Science: Neurogastronomy Symposium Begins...
$1.6 Million Grant to Sanders-Brown Researcher Will Fund Study...
UK Begins Work on Research Facility Designed to Address State...
Congratulations Brian Hodge, PhD
The Physiology Department would like to congratulate Brian Hodge for successful completion of his doctoral dissertation on October 8, 2015.
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