School of Medicine
For Treatment-Resistant Depression, Two Drugs May Be Better Than One
'Depression is not a normal part of aging. Nothing could be further from the truth'
‘Community-Informed Learning’ Experience for UConn Med Students
Neighborhood activists in Hartford’s North End offer perspective on health equity
MLK Day of Service: UConn Health Students Improving Health Outcomes for Connecticut Citizens
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2024 UConn medical and dental students gathered to present posters about their project efforts around the state to improve health outcomes for Connecticut residents.
Soft Open for The Brain and Spine Institute at UConn Health
Neurology first to arrive; cranial neurosurgery, comprehensive spine, and imaging to follow in the coming months
Caught in the Act, Floppy Proteins Shape Up for Scientists
Two elusive proteins critical for healthy cell division are profiled by UConn researchers
Professor Cato T. Laurencin of UConn receives the 2024 John P. McGovern Compleat Physician Award
The award recognizes physicians who have enriched the field of medicine with excellence and humaneness.
Researchers at The Jackson Laboratory and UConn Health are rigorously investigating why vaccines don’t work as well in some older adults.
An important aspect to aging is how the immune system changes over time. Such changes have consequences, and they contribute to the greater risk for severe infections and other diseases such as cancer in the aging population. Researchers at The Jackson Laboratory (JAX) and UConn Health are rigorously investigating why vaccines don’t work as well in some older adults.
UConn Health Minute: Shoulder Replacement Surgery
Shoulder pain is a common complaint. There are many treatment options to help fix the problem but for some, the pain and lack of motion will require a shoulder replacement. Dr. Corey Dwyer, UConn Health orthopedic surgeon, explains when a shoulder replacement may be the best option.