A photo collage of the researchers who worked on a study about how LGBTQ+ college students are faring during the pandemic.

UConn Researcher Finds Family Support Key to LGBTQ+ Student Wellbeing During Pandemic

Support from parents is a key indicator of whether LGTBQ+ college students are experiencing higher levels of stress during the COVID-19 pandemic.

State of CT map with data about COVID infections by town.

UConn Researcher Develops Town-Level Model for COVID-19 in Connecticut

UConn researchers have created the first COVID-19 model to focus on the town, rather than the state or national level.

Senior couple in self isolation looking through the window at home clapping. They are showing their support for all the workers and helpers who are helping during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Age Provides a Buffer to Pandemic’s Mental Health Impact, UConn Researchers Say

A study by UConn researchers finds that while older adults are more concerned about the risks of COVID-19 than younger adults, they are also less likely to feel anxious or depressed.

Nurse receiving the COVID-19 vaccination

How Many People Need to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine in Order to Stop the Coronavirus?

The more infectious a disease is, the larger the number of people who need to be vaccinated to reach herd immunity.

Eleanor Roosevelt acts as a disk jockey for children afflicted with polio. The purpose of the broadcast was to generate interest in a series of talent shows nationwide benefiting the March of Dimes. The children in the studio with Mrs. Roosevelt are (left to right): Florence Krieger, 15; Allen Fox, 13; George Redmond, 9; and Joyce Alexander, 12.

As COVID Vaccines Arrive, Remembering How An Earlier Pandemic Touched a Family

Not all of my insights into pandemics have come from academic research.

Kendra Maas, facility scientist, Microbial Analysis, Resources and Service

COVID Wastewater Testing Continuing this Spring – with an Absorbent New Twist

After a successful launch for the program in the fall, UConn's MARS lab will ramp up its wastewater surveillance testing to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

Migrant workers from other states arrive at the Anand Vihar bus terminal, in New Delhi on August 18, 2020. - India's official coronavirus death soared past 50,000 on August 17 as the pandemic rages through smaller cities and rural areas where health care is feeble and stigmatisation rife.

‘These Were Haunting Events’: Researchers Study Migrant Precarity During Pandemic in US, India

An interdisciplinary group of researchers is designing a toolkit of methods to study the problems faced by migrant workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Stroke folders and labels at the Emergency Department at UConn Health in Farmington.

COVID Stroke Survivor Says Knowing Symptoms Can Save Your Life

Eight days after a COVID-19 diagnosis, Dr. Donald Higgins started experiencing double vision. What he did next may have saved his life.

UConn Deputy Chief of Police Maggie Silver receives a vaccine for COVID-19

UConn Health Workers ‘Feeling Great’ a Week After Getting COVID-19 Vaccine

A week after getting vaccinated against COVID-19, UConn Health workers say they're feeling well and excited to see the vaccine roll out across the state.

a testing site

Hawley Armory, Named For a Military Typhoid Fever Victim, Now Home To COVID-19 Testing

Hawley Armory's newest use as a site for on-campus employee COVID-19 testing brings the history of the building back full circle to its namesake -- Willis N. Hawley.