Long-COVID Recovery Center at UConn Health helping those with Post-COVID Issues
Most people who have had COVID-19 recover completely within a few weeks, however, some people, even those with mild versions of the disease continue to experience symptoms long after their initial recovery.
UConn Health Researchers Receive a $3.1 Million Dollar Grant to Study Pandemic-Related Stress in Families with Infants
Damion Grasso and Margaret Briggs-Gowan developed a tool to measure pandemic-related stress. They are now applying it in a study focused on families who gave birth and are now raising infants during the pandemic
Meet the Researcher: Jayesh Kamath, School of Medicine
Jayesh Kamath is bringing psychiatry into the mobile tech era by using mHealth technologies to support patients with depression
Innovative Therapeutic Program Helps Those Living With PTSD
Professor Julian Ford created TARGET, an educational and therapeutic approach that explains why PTSD develops and how it can be overcome.
Dementia Rates Higher in Men with Common Genetic Disorder
New research has found that men who have a very common genetic disorder are more likely to develop dementia, compared to those without the faulty genes. The findings are reported in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease by a team of international researchers from UConn School of Medicine and University of Exeter in the UK.
Family Honors Mother’s Alzheimer’s Journey
November is Alzheimer’s disease and National Family Caregiver Awareness Months. The month recognizes and raises awareness of Alzheimer’s disease and is dedicated to supporting caregivers who care for family and friends. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia that affects memory, thinking, and behavior. Symptoms of Alzheimer’s eventually grow severe enough to interfere […]