Local and National Awards for UConn Health Faculty and Staff
This summer UConn Health dental and orthopedic faculty and staff have been applauded on the local and national stage for their accomplishments.
NIH Grant Supports Clinical Trial to Determine if Video Games Can Relieve Late-Life Depression
UConn Health will participate in a two-site study with University of Utah Health scientists led by Dr. Sarah Shizuko Morimoto who have received a five-year, $7.5-million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health.
NAACP to Present Prestigious Spingarn Medal to UConn’s Dr. Cato T. Laurencin at 112th Annual Convention
Laurencin joins such previous Springarn recipients as Martin Luther King Jr., Maya Angelou, George Washington Carver, and more
Beat the Heat
With the second heatwave of this summer underway, we caught up with Dr. Khalilah Hunter-Anderson of the Emergency Department at UConn John Dempsey Hospital for some advice to stay safe and prevent heat-related illnesses.
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Surviving Head and Neck Cancer
Treatment of advanced head and neck cancer requires close collaborations between several health care services. The team at the Carole and Ray Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center provides a multidisciplinary approach that provides better outcomes.
Long-COVID Recovery Center at UConn Health helping those with Post-COVID Issues
Most people who have had COVID-19 recover completely within a few weeks, however, some people, even those with mild versions of the disease continue to experience symptoms long after their initial recovery.
FDA Approves Alzheimer’s Medication
On Monday, the FDA approved a new medication for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. Dr. Kristina Zdanys and Dr. Yazeed Maghaydah, co-directors of the UConn Health James E.C. Walker Memory Assessment Program at the Center on Aging answer questions about this new treatment.
Cancer Survivor Finds Peace with New Lifestyle
Focusing on living in the moment rather than worrying about the future has helped Sandra Theriault through her cancer survivorship.
UConn Health Specialty Helps Cancer Survivors Thrive
Millions of adults and children in the United States are cancer survivors whose lives changed in an instant when they first learned of their cancer. Many say that although they were relieved when the treatment ended, it was hard to transition to a new way of life.
Patient Grateful for Full Recovery from Stroke at UConn Stroke Center
Know the warning signs and symptoms of stroke so that you can act fast if you or someone you know might be having a stroke. The chances of survival are greater when emergency treatment begins quickly.