UConn Health Researchers Receive a $3.1 Million Dollar Grant to Study Pandemic-Related Stress in Families with Infants
Damion Grasso and Margaret Briggs-Gowan developed a tool to measure pandemic-related stress. They are now applying it in a study focused on families who gave birth and are now raising infants during the pandemic
Stem Cell and Genome Editing Core Merger Provides One-Stop Shop for Researchers
The Stem Cell and Genome Editing Cores at the University of Connecticut have merged to create a one-stop shop for researchers.
Meet the Researcher: Sita Nyame, School of Engineering, Eversource Energy Center
Nyame has developed an enduring interest for studying natural hazards and developing technology to help people who experience them through her work with the Eversource Energy Center
Ignite Hartford Grant Promotes Student Entrepreneurship
A new program through the Connecticut Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation will take advantage of the growing entrepreneurial ecosystem in Hartford to create opportunities for students at UConn and Hartford-area partner institutions.
Meet the Researcher: Jayesh Kamath, School of Medicine
Jayesh Kamath is bringing psychiatry into the mobile tech era by using mHealth technologies to support patients with depression
UConn Researcher Develops Successful Zika Virus Vaccine in Preclinical Studies
Paulo Verardi recently published promising results on a Zika virus vaccine.
Helping Change Health Behaviors with the Click of a Button
Valerie Duffy, professor of allied health sciences, has developed a user-friendly, online tool to support healthy behaviors in children and reduce their risk for obesity.
UConn-Air Force Research Lab Collaboration Supports Workforce Development
Project Daedalus, a collaboration between UConn and the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is tackling industry challenges using Industry 4.0 techniques. UConn researchers work with companies in Connecticut while helping students develop valuable skills.
UConn Researcher Studying Molecular Underpinnings of Disordered Breathing in Rett Syndrome
Physiology and neurobiology professor Daniel Mulkey is investigating how specific potassium channels contribute to a serious Rett syndrome symptom.