Anna Zarra Aldrich '20 (CLAS), Office of the Vice President for Research

Author Archive

Meet the Researcher: Joseph Vazquez, CLAS

Joseph Vazquez is committed to conducting research that has a positive impact on the communities he works with.

UConn Immunology Researcher Unraveling Relationship Between Cytokines and Colorectal Cancer

Kepeng Wang is paving the way to better colorectal cancer treatments by interrogating the multifaceted relationship between cytokines and colon tumors.

Meet the Researcher: Maria Latta, Pharmacy

Through her research career UConn, Maria Latta is investigating how to make the pharmacy system more accessible and effective for everyone.

OVPR Awards CARIC Award to Pharmaceutical Science Project

Associate professor of medicinal chemistry Marcy Balunas received the 2021 CARIC award.

OVPR Funds More Proof-of-Concept Research in Final Year of START Program

The UConn Office of the Vice President for Research provided seed funding to 22 investigators to conduct proof-of-concept research in the final year of the START program.

Meet the Researcher: Shenelle Shaw, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Undergraduate researcher Shenelle Shaw is investigating how an enzyme may have a bigger role in seizure activity than scientists had assumed.

A farmer drives a tractor in Windham County. Grown Connected is is a new marketing and educational campaign to help showcase the robust agricultural industry in Connecticut’s “quiet corner."

Grown Connected Fosters Relationships Between Farmers and Consumers in CT’s Quiet Corner

Grown Connected will help connect farmers around the state with their communities.

OVPR Funds 3 Projects in the Arts & Humanities

The UConn Office of the Vice President for Research recently announced the recipients of the third annual SCHARP Program.

OVPR Announces New Round of REP-Funded Projects

The UConn Office of the Vice President for Research has funded 40 new projects in the 2021 funding cycle for the Research Excellence Program.

‘No Brain, No Pain’: UConn Researcher Develops Novel Neural Stimulation Protocol for Treating Chronic Pain

With the goal of relieving chronic pain symptoms, Bin Feng has developed a novel method of using electrical stimulation to block pain signals to the brain.