The secret to how we can all get along? Start close to home, even closer than you think!
Sending artificial retinas into space may be the breakthrough she needs.
Three UConn School of Medicine graduates take us through year one of residency —with its fast-and-furious rotations meant to teach the finer points of chosen specialties and the broad realities of what it means to be a practicing doctor.
Behind every box and can in your grocery store is a UConn nutrition and arts degree.
Which beer style is for you? Take the quiz by Dan DiSorbo ’01 (SFA), author of the “Book of Hops.”
Cute kids, brilliant scientists, and exciting trips bring joy for Amanda Yagan ’21 (CLAS) at the Advanced Baby Imaging Lab.
Cauliflower curry, plant-based chili, and how Jordan Mazur ’12 (CAHNR) helps keep the San Francisco 49ers in fighting shape.
When Carol Krusemark ’90 MA heard the words, “You brought me back,” she knew she’d gotten another professional singer back to the stage.
Not long after graduating with a degree in molecular and cell biology, Jason Bennett ’16 (CLAS) took a job with the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer.
Ellen Quintana ’21 (NUR) just got a non-provisional patent for technology that reduces the disposable gloves that come out each time you try to pull one from the box.
A few of UConn’s finest share experiences from the past year.
UConn Health EMS coordinator Peter Canning published his latest book, on the opioid crisis, while battling the Covid pandemic.
Cynthia Zagieboylo ’86 MA spends a lot of time working to keep down the price of prescription drugs.
UConn Health made it easier for Connecticut residents to get vaccinated.
A master of multiple fields, Dr. Cato T. Laurencin, holds UConn’s highest academic title: University Professor.
Have you been wanting to try a meditation practice but just haven’t known where to start? Greg Sazima ’90 MD might just be the guru for you.
Vishal Patel ’21 (BUS, CLAS) sampled primary care as an EMT.
Staying well means staying on the move — even when you’re stuck at home, says exercise guru Emily Abbate ’10 (CLAS).
“I’m not just learning how to be a good nurse, but how to be a good nurse in the middle of a pandemic,” says Mia Hrabcsak ’19 (NUR).
These Huskies — students, staff, professors, doctors, nurses, and graduates new and old —are finding innovative ways to help us all navigate a global pandemic.
Courtney Gaine ’00 (CAHNR), ’05 Ph.D. shares sugar and b-ball wisdom.
Anthropology professor Deborah Bolnick analyzes ancient DNA in a state-of-the-art Clean Lab in Storrs where her work is, among other things, helping to shed light on Native American histories.
Massimo Pigliucci ’94 Ph.D. says just be stoic.
Christopher Finazzo ’04 (CLAS) on the Impossible Whopper rollout.
The same day the remarkable Dr. Anthony Alessi checked out MMA fighters at Mohegan Sun began with him seeing patients at UConn Health in Storrs Center, including my mom
Elementary schools are associate professor Lindsay DiStefano’s Battleground. “Move” is her rally cry!
On medical marijuana, me too moments, Mick Mulvaney, and more.
Story from UConn Today In Good Health It May Take Only a Little Exercise to Make You a Lot Happier You don’t have to spend hours at the gym or work up a dripping sweat to improve your mood and feel better about yourself, researchers at the University of Connecticut and Hartford Hospital say in […]
Story from UConn Today This Just In Are E-Cigs Just as Bad as Tobacco? Kadimisetty with the 3-D printed sample chamber of his genetic toxicity testing device. A study by chemists at the University of Connecticut offers new evidence that electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, are potentially as harmful as tobacco cigarettes. Using a new low-cost, […]
The lobby of UConn’s Pharmacy/Biology building is lined with beautiful and mysterious bottles from the 1600s to mid-1900s. They held remedies in the form of liquids, salves, and powders.
This UConn professor teaches his students that “everything is toxic.”