UConn Health

UConn Health Minute: Focusing on Foot Pain

It’s not uncommon for your feet to feel achy or painful after a long day of standing or walking. But as UConn Health podiatrists Drs. Karla and Michael Scanlon tell us, sometimes the foot problems you experience are signs of more severe conditions that should be checked out.

Cato December December

UConn’s Professor Cato T. Laurencin Co-Leads Historic Report on the Future of Engineering and Biology

Dr. Cato T. Laurencin co-lead a project investigating how the convergence of engineering and biology can help solve some of the biggest challenges facing humankind.

Dr. Leo Wolansky at UConn Health

UConn Radiology Chair Dr. Leo Wolansky Wins Best Abstract Award at the Radiologic Society of North America Annual Meeting

Dr. Leo Wolansky is the 2022 Kuo York Chynn Foundation Award recipient for the best abstract in neuroradiology research at RSNA 2022, one of the largest medical meetings in the world.

UConn Health Experts Weigh in on RSV Surge

Experts recommend continued vigilance to prevent spread of all respiratory illnesses, including influenza, COVID-19

Dr. Erica Chen presents a poster

Uncovering Brain Cancer’s Molecular Signature

UConn Health, The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine among few in the world able to analyze tumors with elite precision

Researchers Develop Strategy to Thermally Stabilize Microneedle Vaccine Technology

Researchers use sugar molecules to help eliminate the need for cold-chain storage, a common logistical hurdle for vaccine distribution

Dr. Laurencin in St. Lucia

UConn and Dr. Cato T. Laurencin Celebrated by St. Lucia

Dr. Cato T. Laurencin of UConn and UConn Health was honored this November by St. Lucian officials with high honors.

The Wilbur Cross Building on a sunny day.

Five UConn Professors Named to World’s Highly Cited Research List

The list uses both quantitative and qualitative analysis to identify individuals who have demonstrated significant and broad influence in their chosen field

Patient and Family Grateful for the Care Received at UConn Health that Saved Her Life

Last Thanksgiving Eve, Judy Krafcik was in the Emergency Department at UConn John Dempsey Hospital and her health situation was dire. She credits the staff at UConn Health for keeping her alive so she can make the turkey this Thanksgiving.

UConn Health Plans for Tomorrow with Clinical Trials Today for Better Treatment of Lung Cancer

Pat Davis, a Hospital Emergency Operator at UConn Health, credits Dr. Omar Ibrahim for saving her life when she was diagnosed and treated for lung cancer. She is now six years cancer free and her motto is "Just Say Yes to Life."