School of Medicine

Wednesday Walkers

Wednesday Walkers get their exercise and learn something, too.

An elderly woman is evaluated for memory loss. (iStock Photo)

When Memory Loss Should Concern You

UConn Health's Dr. Patrick Coll recommends early screening for those with memory loss, to try to slow dementia's progression.

UConn Health's Outpatient Pavilion, which opened in 2015. (Tina Encarnacion/UConn Health Photo)

UConn Reshaping the Future of Medical Education

UConn will pursue a new project to enhance medical education through the teaching of electronic medical records.

Detail of the Outpatient Pavilion at UConn Health in Farmington, showing 'UConn.' (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

School of Medicine to Launch New Curriculum in 2016

The new curriculum is designed to take into account developments in healthcare, information technology, and adult learning theory.

Medicine in the Himalayas Before – and After – the Quake

A UConn medical student who spent last summer providing health care in Nepal discusses how the challenges have been magnified since the disaster.

UConn medical student Devorah Donnell, center, and her parents celebrate her matching to the Tufts/Cambridge Health Alliance Family Medicine Residency Program in Boston, her first choice. (Chris DeFrancesco/UConn Health Photo)

UConn Medical and Dental Students Make Their Match

Almost all of UConn's soon-to-be doctors and dentists matched to a residency program for the next phase of their careers, and many secured their top choice.

C. Michael White, professor & head of the Department of Pharmacy Practice (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

UConn Designated as Federal Health Care Study Center

UConn's reports will be used by Medicaid and Medicare Services in making health coverage decisions that affect millions of patients nationwide.

A nurse checks a prisoner's blood pressure. (Shutterstock Photo)

Breaking Down Barriers to Healthcare for the Incarcerated

UConn is taking the lead in treatment of incarcerated patients with its Center for Correctional Health Networks.

The Sounds of Innovation: How UConn Research Is Resurrecting Antique Musical Instruments

A partnership between medical technology engineers and music scholars has led to an unprecedented method for bringing antique musical instruments back to life.

Dr. Cato T. Laurencin at a CICATS event. (UConn Health File Photo)

Enhancing Diversity in the Biomedical Workforce

UConn’s CICATS is among a select group of institutions to take part in a new NIH initiative.