Rachel Antonelli

Author Archive

Husband and wife wearing scrubs and masks.

Husband and Wife Nurses to Walk the School of Nursing Commencement Stage Together

Jill Alsgaard '20 MS and Trung Le '13 (NUR) met while working at UConn Health and are both graduating from the School's master's program

Two portraits of nursing students

Nursing Students Awarded Prestigious F31 Grants from the National Institutes of Health

Tingting Zhao and Bright Eze are researching the neurobehavioral impacts of pain in infants and chronic pain burdens for Black individuals

Behind the Degree: Nursing Ph.D. Student Aims to Expose Health Care Inequities Within the Correctional System

Anne Reeder began to question the quality of the correctional health care system after working in a mid-sized jail in Colorado

Louise Reagan

Nurse Researcher Receives Health Disparities Grant from the American Diabetes Association

Louise Reagan's research is testing a mobile app that will help incarcerated individuals self-manage their diabetes when they reenter society from prison

Susan D. Flynn Oncology Nursing Development Program

Junior Nursing Students Selected for Competitive Flynn Fellowship

The summer internship is a part of the national Susan D. Flynn Oncology Nursing Development Program and places students at Connecticut hospitals, including UConn Health

A group of nurses

UConn Nursing Students Revive Member of the Public Struggling to Breathe

Four seniors were in the right place at the right time when a man experienced a medical emergency at a restaurant

‘We Need Nurses in Public Policy’: Senior Nursing Student Reflects on Internship in D.C.

Kelsey MarcAurele '22 (NUR) says her work in U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney's office will forever influence her nursing career

Behind the Degree: Working on the Front Lines Inspires Nursing Student to Pursue Her DNP

Jennifer Lynch worked as a nurse practitioner in a neonatal intensive care unit in New York City during the spring of 2020

A portrait of a student

Behind the Degree: DNP Student Plans to Use Her Advanced Education to Empower Her Patients and Other Nurses

Savitha Chandramohan is earning her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree so she can support development among her fellow nurses and reduce patients' costly hospital visits

Behind the Degree: How Two Nursing Ph.D. Students are Improving Care for Underserved Populations

Direct experience with patients inspired Adwoa Gyamfi and Teresa Graziano to research the health and wellness of African American mothers in the U.S. and LGBTQ cancer patients