School of Medicine
$10 Million for National Early Childhood Intervention Personnel Development Equity Center Awarded to UConn
'At UConn inclusion and belonging is woven into everything we do'
UConn Research Seeds 17 Projects through New CRISP Funding Initiative
The funding program, which encourages interdisciplinary research among clinical faculty at UConn and UConn Health, is awarding a total of $729,000
Dr. Linda Barry, A Black Woman Surgeon Moving the Needle Closer to Health Equity
Meet Dr. Linda Barry, a UConn School of Medicine leader who serves as associate professor of surgery, interim associate dean of the Office of Multicultural and Community Affairs, and interim director of the UConn Health Disparities Institute.
UConn Health Gives First US Dose of New Drug Offering Hope to Those with Multiple Myeloma
UConn Health was the first in the US to administer a new drug approved by the FDA to treat patients with multiple myeloma who have exhausted other treatment options
UConn Health Students and Trainees Power Hartford’s ‘Men’s Health is Community Health’ Free Screening Event
More than 100 local men received free health care screenings for blood glucose, blood pressure, prostate cancer, Sickle Cell Anemia, and oral health.
Beating Two Brain Aneurysms Thanks to UConn Health
UConn Health’s elite level of expertise in complex neurosurgical cases helps a patient recover from a ruptured aneurysm and positions her to survive a second aneurysm
UConn Health’s Dr. Gualberto Ruaño Appointed Chair of CASE’s Broadening Participation, Equity, and Inclusion Committee
For three decades Dr. Gualberto Ruaño has been an innovator in biotechnology and a pioneer in personalized medicine.
Mitochondria Linked to Major Depression in Older Adults
'One problem feeds into another, and make what began as a small issue into a much larger one'
Eye-Opening Early Residency Match for Two Future Doctors
Learn where these two future physicians are headed for their advanced ophthalmology residency program training after graduation this spring from UConn School of Medicine.
The Heart of the Matter: New Drug Reduces Inflammation During Coronary Catheterization
UConn Assistant Professor of Immunology Zhichao Fan and his collaborators were exploring a treatment for one condition when they happened on an entirely new use of the white-blood cell-inhibiting drug