School of Medicine

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

Profile: Dr. Alexandre West

Before becoming an OB/GYN physician, Dr. Alexandre West was a classically trained ballet dancer. The same focus and dedication that honed her skills as a dancer helps her offer the best care to her patients.

A doctor's stethoscope connected to a mobile phone. Students made phone calls to hundreds of COVID-19 patients, along with seniors isolated by the pandemic.

Power of a Phone Call: Medical Students Changing COVID-19 Patients’ Lives

Students have made more than 2,500 phone calls to COVID-19 patients and isolated seniors since the start of the pandemic

UConn Health Helps Distribute More COVID Vaccines throughout the State

UConn Health is helping provide access to State of CT residents to obtain COVID-19 vaccines by partnering with UConn to open more community clinics and with FEMA and the State to provide vaccines through the FEMA Mobile Vaccine Unit later this month.

An older woman seen from behind as she receives the COVID-19 vaccine at an outdoor vaccination center. UConn Health researchers are studying why COVID-19 is so much deadlier for older adults, in a project that will yield insights into the effect of vaccines on adult immune systems.

Study Seeks to Learn Why COVID-19 Is So Deadly for the Old

Research that will provide valuable insights about how vaccines affect immune systems

Spring Sneeze Season has Sprung

Sunshine and spring sneezes are here. UConn Health's ENT/allergy expert Dr. Todd Falcone shares how spring allergies to pollen can lead to your sneezes, but also sometimes just simply sunlight too.

Imhotep Connecticut National Medical Association Society Relaunches

Thanks to UConn School of Medicine's faculty The Imhotep Connecticut National Medical Association Society (CT NMA) has been relaunched. President of the CT NMA is Dr. Cato T. Laurencin and vice president is Dr. Marja Hurley of UConn’s medical school.

Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgical Division at UConn Health Helping Heal Those With Endometriosis

Dr. Amanda Ulrich is the newest member of the Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgical Division (MIGS) at UConn Health’s Women Center. The team focuses on the care and treatment of women with endometriosis, uterine fibroids, abnormal uterine bleeding, infertility, chronic pelvic pain, and all gynecologic conditions.

Match Day 2021

It’s a Match for 100+ Doctors-to-Be in UConn Medical School’s 50th Graduating Class

Not even the pandemic could stop the excitement of the annual Match Day tradition, as students learned virtually where they'll be spending the next three to seven years as doctors in training

UConn Health Minute: Psoriasis Care

Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition that can cause inflamed, dry, cracked skin and can be difficult to treat. The Psoriasis Center at UConn Health helps patients deal with all facets of this common but complex skin condition.