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An architectural rendering of the main An architectural rendering of the main lobby in the new tower at UConn John Dempsey Hospital.

Patient Comfort and Convenience are Key in New Hospital Tower

The new tower of UConn John Dempsey Hospital will offer patients and visitors amenities to make their visit and hospital experience as comfortable and convenient as possible.

From Student to Resident to Faculty, UConn Health Dermatologist Home-Grown

UConn Health dermatologist Mona Shahriari completed her entire academic career and most of her postdoctoral training as a Husky.

Patient rooms in the new hospital tower at UConn Health are private and larger. Most will have ceiling lifts that minimize fall risk to patients and injury risk to clinical staff. (Photo by Frank Barton)

New Hospital Tower Optimizes Safety, Privacy

When the new hospital tower at UConn Health opens this spring, it will feature the latest in patient privacy and safety.

Countdown to New Hospital Tower Continues

Move- in day for University Tower begins in the wee hours of Friday, April 29th and will be open for business by Monday, May 2.

National Honor for UConn Health Stroke Team

UConn Health has won recognition from the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association for its stroke team’s commitment to quality care for patients.

Spring Art Exhibits at UConn Health

UConn Health spring art exhibits on display in Celeste LeWitt Gallery and hospital lobby.

UConn’s Growing Incubator Welcomes Top Tech Startups

UConn’s growing incubator program welcomes top tech startups with the construction of 32 additional wet labs and 40 offices at UConn Health.

UConn Health Researchers Talk NIH Funding With Sen. Murphy

U.S. Senator Chris Murphy met with a group of nine researchers to hear their perspectives on the recent increase in National Institutes of Health funding and President Obama's call for a 'moonshot' to cure cancer.

Project SEARCH at UConn Health

UConn Health is a host site for Project SEARCH - a program that prepares young adults with disabilities to live independent lives by helping them transition into the workforce.

Dr. Angela Kueck, gynecologic oncologist at the UConn Health Center, is interviewed on NBC Connecticut about ovarian and cervical cancer and the robotic surgical system that is now being used to treat these cancers. (Michael Fiedler for UConn Health Center)

V Foundation Backs Unprecedented Cancer Vaccine Trial at UConn Health

The V Foundation for Cancer Research has awarded a $50,000 grant to Drs. Angela Kueck and Pramod Srivastava for a clinical trial of a vaccine designed to fight ovarian cancer using the patient’s own tumor.