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Exercise Class for People with Parkinson’s Disease Celebrates 10 Years

Since 2012, UConn and UConn Health physical therapists have hosted a weekly class to help people with Parkinson’s disease improve quality of life through movement

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Dr. Cato T. Laurencin Meets with St. Lucia Prime Minister to Review Progress of UConn-St. Lucia Cooperation Agreement

This January UConn's Dr. Cato T. Laurencin visited St. Lucia where he bestowed the first struck medal Cato T. Laurencin Regenerative Engineering Founder’s Award to St. Lucia's Prime Minister Philip J. Pierre in honorary recognition of his support of regenerative engineering in the country.

Trio of Life-Saving Finds for Complex Medical Patient

If you were to ask any of Mike Calabrese’s doctors, they would agree he has a pretty complex medical case. He credits the doctors at UConn Health for saving his life on three different occasions and most recently fixing an injury to his knee.

UConn Health Minute: Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is typically diagnosed in young adulthood so patients experience changing symptoms as they age. Neurologist Hamza Coban explains that as a designated Center for Comprehensive MS Care, UConn Health is uniquely qualified to help patients as they progress with this disease.

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Podcast: Addressing Alcohol Addiction

An international collaboration of addiction researchers led by UConn School of Medicine Professor Emeritus Thomas Babor is out with updated findings on the social, cultural, and environmental factors that influence alcoholism

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Dr. Cato Laurencin Receives Shu Chien Achievement Award

Most prestigious honor bestowed by the Biomedical Engineering Society's BMES Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering Group

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Managing Diabetes for 2

UConn Health’s Diabetes Education Program helps women control their blood sugars before, during, and after pregnancy to reduce complications for both mom and baby

Mapping Center cells

UConn Center on Aging to Transform our Understanding of Cellular Senescence in Human Aging with NIH-Funded Tissue Mapping Center Discoveries

The journal Nature Aging has highlighted the new NIH-funded SenNet Consortium that includes an NIH Common Fund U54 Tissue Mapping Center at UConn Health/JAX to better understand senescent cells which underlie aging and chronic disease development.

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A Gift of Lasers

UConn Health dermatologist donates high-tech machines to the practice, broadening treatment and training options

Dr. Binsheng Wang of the UConn Center on Aging

UConn Center on Aging Postdoctoral Fellow Awarded by the American Federation for Aging Research

Dr. Binsheng Wang is just one of nine postdoctoral fellows to be selected nationally for this prestigious grant award.