Lab Notes

Military Service Has Transgenerational Impact Study Shows

Despite socioeconomic advantages, children of veteran families were found to have higher rates of clinically-recognized externalizing conditions and adverse childhood experiences. The collaborative study findings by Yale, Mayo Clinic, and UConn School of Medicine are published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (JAACAP).

mouse arteries with and without plaques

Removing Protein Makes Non-stick Arteries

Looking to make drugs more effective in combating heart disease

UConn Health/JAX Study Gives Better Understanding of Endometriosis and How it Grows

The study builds a robust foundation for a better understanding of endometriosis and how it grows

Tip of fruit fly testis showing stem cells dividing and transforming into sperm.

Quieting a Gene, Fast

Silence of the genes

After Breaking a Hip Psychological Resilience Benefits Your Walking, Study Shows

New UConn study findings published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society shows hip fracture surgery patients with higher levels of psychological resilience were later able to walk faster and longer than those feeling less resilient.