LEXINGTON, Ky. (Sept. 20, 2022) — As the vice dean of research for the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Rebecca Dutch oversees research for the college, from basic areas to clinical applications. Dutch also serves as a member of UK’s START team, an interdisciplinary group of UK HealthCare physicians and clinical and research leaders at UK, that continues to develop strategies to ensure safe and healthy operations on campus.
Now, at the beginning of the university’s Fall 2022 semester, Dutch returns to the "Behind the Blue" podcast to discuss where our community stands in regards to coronavirus, the upcoming flu season, monkeypox outbreaks and more.
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