CLAS Brain and Mind

Waterbury psych experiment

Neural Development Research Yields Milestone for UConn Waterbury

Psychology Professor Kimberly Cuevas has earned the campus its first National Institutes of Health R01 award, creating new scientific and community opportunities

Characterizing the ‘Noisy Life of a Musician’: Risks and Benefits for Brain Aging

Erika Skoe will lead a research team to better understand the risks and benefits of musicianship for brain aging and hearing.

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Research Leading Way to Connecticut Schools’ COVID Recovery

UConn researchers are key members in a cross-state educational COVID-19 collaboration, co-led by Neag associate dean Morgaen Donaldson

Arash Esmaili Zaghi, left, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, left, Fabiana Cardetti, professor of mathematics, and Jie Luo, a graduate student, with the fMRI, and Fumiko Hoeft, professor of psychological sciences, Nicole Landi, associate professor of psychological sciences, are in the control room at the UConn Brain Imaging Research Center on March 7, 2022.

Multidisciplinary Team Wins $3M for Graduate Program

'We want every grad student in the University to know they can apply to join TRANSCEND'

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Five Named To Fulbright US Student Program

The program provides grants for individually-designed study and research projects or for English teaching assistantships around the world