Once-a-Day Pills for Sickle Cell Changing Young Woman’s Life
World Sickle Cell Disease Day is June 19. Learn how the advanced clinical care and research of Dr. Biree Andemariam and her New England Sickle Cell Institute at UConn Health are changing sickle cell patients' daily lives.
Largest Research Grant in UConn History Awarded by the National Science Foundation
The largest grant in UConn’s history awarded to the UConn School of Medicine will create a Network for Advanced NMR, a powerful method for analyzing molecules.
Early Clinical Care is a Cornerstone of UConn Medical School Curriculum
Giving medical students early experience with patients in clinical settings
Life of Young Mom with Sickle Cell Disease Improved by New Drug
Patients at UConn Health's New England Sickle Cell Institute have a range of advanced health management options available to them
Veteran Saves Fellow Veteran from Deadly Heart Attack
A heartwarming Memorial Day story of an Army Veteran turned paramedic saving another Army Veteran's life from the most dangerous type of heart attack.
Children 12-15 Years Old Can Now Get the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine
Th FDA has just expanded the use of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for children 12-15 years of age. Learn more about what parents really need to know when it comes to the vaccine from UConn School of Medicine pediatrician Jody Terranova, DO.
Historic 50th Commencement for UConn Schools of Medicine and Dental Medicine
UConn Health's 50th Commencement was held on May 8 for its new physicians, dentists, and scientists graduating from across UConn School of Medicine, UConn School of Dental Medicine, and its UConn Graduate School programs.
Changing the Future Face of Health Care – and the Lives of Young People
For two decades, the Health Career Opportunity Program has been inspiring people of all backgrounds to pursue the study of health care
“A” in Patient Safety for UConn John Dempsey Hospital
The highest hospital patient safety rating has been awarded to UConn John Dempsey Hospital by The Leapfrog Group.