Greg Davis

Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine Host

Dr. Greg Davis is a forensic pathologist with UK HealthCare. Every week, Davis speaks with local health providers, professionals, and researchers on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine.

HIV Drugs Show Promise In Treating Common Eye Disease

Jan 7, 2015

Dr. Greg Davis talks with Dr. Jayakrishna Ambati, professor and vice chair of the Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences at the University of Kentucky, and his colleague Dr. Ben Fowler about a landmark study published recently in the journal Science by an international group of scientists, led by Dr. Ambati, showing that HIV/AIDS drugs that have been used for the last 30 years could be repurposed to treat age-related macular degeneration (AMD), as well as other inflammatory disorders, because of a previously undiscovered intrinsic and inflammatory activity those drugs possess.

This week Dr. Greg highlights an upcoming conference to better equip those caring for loved ones affected by Alzheimer's  disease and Dementia.

Dr. Greg talks with Jeffrey Beall, a research librarian at the University of Colorado at Denver, about the prevalence of “predatory” journals.

Dr. Greg Davis talks with Ed Pavlik with UK's Markey Cancer Center about an important "Tealgate" event this Saturday before the UK football game.

This week Dr. Greg gets to the bottom of the e-cigarette craze and asks whether they are any safer than traditional tobacco cigs.

This week Dr. Greg Davis gets a clinical perspective on MERS from state epidemiologist Dr. Kraig Humbaugh.

As part of Mental Health Awareness Month, Dr. Greg recently participated in a virtual dementia tour.  The results left him profoundly moved.

UK Healthcare

Dr. Greg Davis chats with  Meriem Bensalem-Owen, MD about a special symposium on epilepsy this Saturday at the University of Kentucky.

It's finals week at UK and our own Dr. Greg Davis puts on his professor cap to administer the great health and wellness quiz of 2014. 

This week Dr. Greg discusses some unique challenges and special aspects of adolescent medicine.

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