Robotic Surgery’s ‘Big Difference’
Traditional surgery and less-invasive laparoscopic surgery still have limitations when it comes to access, visibility, and precision. Robot-assisted surgery can overcome those obstacles — and in many cases, eliminate them — as Dr. Eric Girard, a colorectal surgeon at UConn Health, explains.
Podcast: Play Without Pain, Perform at Peak
The co-directors of the UConn Institute for Sports Medicine explain what they and their colleagues can do for athletes to prevent/reduce injury risk, treat injuries and help them recover, and even use innovative ways to analyze movement to enhance performance.
Guidance to Treat Underdiagnosed Spine Problem Conceived at UConn Health
UConn surgeons and medical students establish a grading scale, named for Dr. Hilary Onyiuke, to help physicians manage Bertolotti syndrome, a frequently underrecognized debilitating spine condition.
Melding Empathy and Expertise for Compassionate Pulmonary and Critical Care
Seeing his grandmother struggle with lung disease and experiencing expert care and compassion during his wife's final days in the ICU gave Dr. Jose Soriano the motivation to provide top-level, empathetic pulmonary and critical care.
Research Commitment Elevating UConn’s Internal Medicine Residency
Making better doctors by strengthening research and academics along with clinical training
‘Urban Service Talks’ (About Interprofessional Learning)
The future physicians, dentists, nurses, social workers, pharmacists, and physician assistants who take part in the Connecticut Area Health Education Center's (CT AHEC) Urban Service Track/AHEC Scholars Program are walking the walk and now, talking the talk.
Leading UConn Health’s Emergence in Advanced Endoscopy
You'll find Dr. Murali Dharan at the forefront of UConn Health’s advanced endoscopic techniques.