UConn Health Welcomes Medical and Dental Classes of 2026
UConn Health welcomes the medical and dental classes of 2026. The incoming classes include 110 future physicians, selected from more than 4,000 applicants, and 52 future dentists selected from nearly 1300 applicants, embarking on their four-year educational journey.
UConn Health Minute: Augmented Reality Spine Surgery
Augmented reality spine surgery allows surgeons to “see” your spine in 3D through the skin during spinal implant surgery. This “x-ray vision” gives UConn Health surgeons better control and visualization, with the goal of easier, faster and safer surgeries.
Science In Seconds: What We Can Learn from Zebrafish
UConn Health's Jean-Denis Beaudoin is studying the earliest stages of zebrafish development to better understand how defects and diseases develop in humans
Science in Seconds: How Our Immune System Recognizes Pathogen Infections
UConn Health immunology researcher Jianbin Ruan uses high tech tools to study how certain pathogens can escape our immune system and cause serious infections and diseases
UConn Health Minute: Maternal Health Matters
With maternal mortality rates increasing several years ago, steps were taken to lower the risk moms face before, during and after pregnancy. As UConn Health Ob/Gyn Kathleen Zacherl tells us, Connecticut is one of the first states in the country to implement measures aimed at improving postpartum care to help women recover and stay […]
UConn Health Minute: Treating Prolapse and Incontinence
Women don't have to suffer in silence. Urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse are common in women who've had children or are older than 45, and they are also highly treatable.
Difficult Choice – Positive Outcome for Pregnant Mom Battling Cancer
When Keri Sherman was diagnosed with colorectal cancer she was 17 weeks pregnant and was forced to make an extremely hard decision. Should she start cancer treatment right away and risk the health of the baby or wait and risk the cancer progressing to life-threatening stages? A multidisciplinary team of UConn Health providers helped guide […]