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UConn Researchers Develop Cheap, Accurate Device to Diagnose COVID-19

How red blood cells and laser light offer the opportunity to make a rapid diagnosis

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School of Dental Medicine Reaches Highest Research Ranking in School History

The UConn School of Dental Medicine ranks 8th among all dental schools in the United States for research funding from the National Institutes of Health

Syam Nukavarapu and Hyun Kim examine a specimen of the hybrid hydrogel in the laboratory at UConn Health. (Tina Encarnacion/UConn Health Photo)

UConn Researcher Makes Advances in Tissue Engineering

New approaches in complex tissue engineering offer a promising avenue for future joint repair treatments.

Student Patricia Hare at work in the lab.

Meet the Researcher: Patricia Hare, School of Dental Medicine

Patricia Hare, a student in the DMD/Ph.D. program at the UConn School of Dental Medicine, wants her work to have a positive impact on people's lives.

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Six UConn Researchers to Join the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Six UConn researchers have been elected by their peers to receive a distinguished honor.

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Research Proves Viability of Injection-free Microneedle Technology for Single-Administration of Vaccines

UConn researchers have demonstrated the effectiveness of a microneedle technology that could make widespread vaccination easier and more effective.

UConn Researchers Leveraging CT Health Data to Develop Suicide Risk Algorithms

UConn researchers are using multiple health care data sources for a project that could help health care providers better identify when patients are at risk of attempting suicide.

Botox for TMJ Disorders May Not Lead to Bone Loss in the Short Term, But More Research is Needed on Higher Dose, Long-Term Use

Botox injections to manage jaw and facial pain do not result in clinically significant changes in jaw bone when used short term and in low doses, according to researchers at NYU College of Dentistry and UConn School of Dental Medicine. However, they found evidence of bone loss when higher doses were used.  

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UConn Funds Five COVID-19 Research Projects, Announces Additional Funding

The Office of the Vice President has announced five awards to researchers as part of its new internal funding program to address the urgent needs presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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After Developing CRISPR-based Diagnostic Test for Infectious Diseases, UConn Researchers Validate Clinical Feasibility for COVID-19 Testing at Point of Care

A simple, low-cost method of detecting infectious disease is one step closer to being a cutting-edge diagnostics technology used by clinicians.


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