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Jeff Morse shows UConn Health orthopedic surgeon Robert Arciero his pickleball medal

Pickleball Champ Credits UConn Health for Success

UConn Health orthopedic surgeon Robert Arciero and his team rebuilt and stabilized Morse's knee which he says has helped him achieve his pickleball success

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Breaking Down Barriers for Those Living With HIV

UConn Health’s Ryan White Program offers treatment adherence and supportive resources

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Researchers Explain How Bacterial Products Get Inside Human Cells

The discovery may explain a mechanism by which bacteria can affect our health

Courage is the ability to do something difficult even when there’s risk.

UConn Health is full of courageous, inspiring, and truly incredible people no matter what their job is here,” - Katherine Wollenberg, firefighter/paramedic, UConn Fire Department.

UConn Prosthodontist Wins Top Honors at Annual Meeting

Dr. Avinash Bidra was recognized for his contributions as a dental educator.

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UConn Startup Earns Small Business Grant to Commercialize Voltage-Sensitive Dyes

A team of UConn Health researchers has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to commercialize their voltage-sensitive dyes

A Black woman calculates home heating costs with her calculator and laptop.

Study Says Black Households Pay Higher Heating Costs, Seek Cold-Related Medical Care More Often

'People who are unlikely to have heat are in areas that have been chronically disinvested in and under-resourced'

New Inpatient Palliative Care Program Launched at UConn John Dempsey Hospital

November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month and a new palliative care inpatient program has been launched at UConn John Dempsey Hospital to enhance patient’s current care by focusing on the quality of life for them and their family.

Julia Levin, is a second-year medical student and new award recipient of the Primary Care Incentive and Scholarship Program at UConn School of Medicine. Her giving back to her Connecticut community has even included the public service of going door-to-door in Hartford to give COVID-19 vaccinations.

UConn Making Future Careers in Primary Care Possible

This Thanksgiving UConn-trained future primary care physicians are sharing their gratitude for the Primary Care Incentive and Scholarship Program. "This program is the ultimate way for UConn and our medical trainees to give back to Connecticut,” shares Dr. Anton M. Alerte, associate dean for primary care at UConn School of Medicine.

Grateful Patient Survives Lung Cancer Due to Early Detection

“UConn is my hospital of choice, and I cannot say enough about Dr. Ibrahim and his team.” - Chris Ambrose