Meet the Researcher: Patricia Hare, School of Dental Medicine
Patricia Hare, a student in the DMD/Ph.D. program at the UConn School of Dental Medicine, wants her work to have a positive impact on people's lives.
Sudden Death in Epilepsy and Breathing Troubles Linked to Bad Gene
UConn neuroscientists have found a gene mutation that causes abnormal breathing in mice with a severe form of epilepsy, mimicking the human sudden death in epilepsy syndrome.
New 3D-Printed Technology Lowers Cost of Common Medical Test
'Anything that can be run by normal ELISA can be run by this, with the advantage of being less expensive, much faster, and accessible,' says UConn's Mohamed Sharafeldin.
Study: After-school Programs Improve Academic Outcomes
A study of study over 9,000 students attending more than 100 after-school programs in Connecticut found those who participated had higher school attendance and higher academic performance.
New Technology Designed to Reduce Mortality Rates in Cancer Patients
A pair of Ph.D. students developed a technology that takes a patient’s tumor cells and grows them outside of the body to test different cancer treatments.
First Steps: UConn Partners on Child Care Fellowship
A new private-public fellowship program is intended to make it easier for new UConn parents to return to research.