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National Accolade for UConn Health’s Dr. Lauren Geaney

American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society recognizes UConn Orthopaedic Residency Program director for her leadership in breaking down gender barriers.

UConn Researcher Wins Competitive Worldwide Interstellar Initiative Alumni Program

Paola Vera-Licona, Ph.D. of UConn School of Medicine and research collaborators are 2022 winners of the Interstellar Initiative Alumni Program of the New York Academy of Sciences and Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development.

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Podcast: Pandemic Challenges to Women’s Health

Dr. Shontreal Cooper, UConn Health maternal-fetal medicine physician, shares her observations on women's health over the course of the pandemic.

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Tech-assisted Spine Surgery Likened to ‘X-Ray Vision’

UConn Health’s leadership in minimally invasive spine surgery continues with central Connecticut’s first ‘augmented reality’ procedure.

A Small Spot of Skin Cancer Can have a Big Impact

It's skin cancer awareness month and Ken Jones was fortunate to find melanoma early and have it treated. Ken shared his story with us and Dr. Hao Feng tells us how much sunscreen we really need and how often you should see a dermatologist for a skin check.

Jenna Bartley, a UConn researcher on aging and health, stands in a hallway at UConn Health, wearing a white lab coat.

Science in Seconds: Healthy Aging

Getting a broad picture of how aging affects the whole body, and how older adults can be healthier for longer

Class of 2022 UConn School of Medicine Student & Faculty Awards

The UConn School of Medicine Class of 2022 Senior Awards Luncheon was held on May 6. Find out which graduating medical students and faculty were awarded.

UConn Health 51st Commencement Adds 260 to Health Care Workforce

More than 260 new physicians, dentists, scientists, and public health professionals graduated at UConn Health's 51st Commencement on May 9 and are ready to enter the state and nation's health care workforce.

BE FAST – When it Comes to a Stroke

Know the warning signs and symptoms of stroke so that you can act fast if you or someone you know might be having a stroke. The chances of survival are greater when emergency treatment begins quickly.

UConn Health Epilepsy Center Receives Distinction from National Association of Epilepsy Centers

The UConn Health Epilepsy Center has received the distinction of a Level 3 Epilepsy Center by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC).