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Researchers Develop Strategy to Thermally Stabilize Microneedle Vaccine Technology

Researchers use sugar molecules to help eliminate the need for cold-chain storage, a common logistical hurdle for vaccine distribution

Inspiring Dental Students To Pursue Careers in Academia

While many students plan to head straight to the clinics after graduation, the UConn Chapter of ADEA provides students with opportunities to learn about paths associated with academic careers in dental medicine.

Skeletal Biology and Regeneration Students Recognized For Research Excellence

“The multidisciplinary research and broad expertise within Skeletal Biology and Regeneration is a strength of our program,” said Dr. Rosa Guzzo, director of the program.

Radenka Maric, UConn's 17th President.

UConn Names Radenka Maric as 17th President

Maric, previously vice president for research, innovation, and entrepreneurship, has served as interim president since Feb. 1

52 Future Dentists Receive Their White Coats

"Putting on the white coat for the first time ushers in a lifetime of providing compassionate, ethical care," said Dean Lepowsky. "It is a passageway to serving humanity for the rest of your lives and an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of individuals.”

Lalla Recognized with Top Honor from International Cancer Society

“The leadership opportunities in MASCC have allowed me to work with healthcare professionals in several continents to promote supportive care in cancer for patients around the world. Across cultures, languages, and time-zones, we share the mission of improving the lives of patients with cancer," said Lalla.

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Creating an “Adult-like” Mature Human Cardiac Tissue

Model developed by UConn and UCSF researchers to be used for myriad of applications, most notably to evaluate safety and efficacy of drugs on the cardiovascular system

UConn Orthodontics Program Recognized Nationally for Research Activity

Since 1997, UConn has received at least 38 awards from the American Association of Orthodontists, with a total research funding of approximately $660,000

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LGBTQ+ Collection Now at UConn Health Sciences Library

With a federal grant intended to amplify diverse voices, the library adds more than 60 titles focusing on the LGBTQ+ experience.

Bacteria macro photographed media in petri dishes in the laboratory.

UConn Researchers Team Up to Unravel Mysteries of Puzzling Bacterial Signals in Our Blood

A 'Goldilocks Phenomenon' that could be good or bad, depending on a range of factors


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