Senescent Cell Tissue Mapping Will Facilitate Study of Aging and Chronic Diseases
UConn Health and The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine assume key roles, share in $13.5 million NIH grant with top medical centers
UConn Immunology Researcher Unraveling Relationship Between Cytokines and Colorectal Cancer
Kepeng Wang is paving the way to better colorectal cancer treatments by interrogating the multifaceted relationship between cytokines and colon tumors.
UConn Health Recognized Nationally for Digital Advances in Ambulatory Tools
UConn Health’s successful deployment of technologies and strategies is being recognized nationally, and reflects meaningful clinical and efficiency outcomes.
Breast Cancer Patient Shares Her Journey to Help Others
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is designated as a time is to support those who have been through and are going through, the difficult breast cancer journey. In addition, it has a goal of raising awareness of ways in which this deadly disease can be avoided and found earlier.
Training the Next Generation of Health Providers and Scientists in Aging and Geroscience
National Institutes on Aging award reflects the growth and maturity of UConn's multidisciplinary aging research efforts and leadership in geroscience
Article Published in Nature Aging Journal Features Work by UConn Center on Aging Researchers
Article documents studies on the biology of aging and longevity, examining aging at a biological level and exploring efforts at harnessing those biological processes to prolong life span and health span.
Stress Pushes Brain Cancer Cells to Adapt
Glioblastoma multiformes are aggressive brain tumors with evasive properties. UConn Health is collaborating with The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine to study them, and have published evidence that potentially could provide insight leading to more effective treatment.
‘No Brain, No Pain’: UConn Researcher Develops Novel Neural Stimulation Protocol for Treating Chronic Pain
With the goal of relieving chronic pain symptoms, Bin Feng has developed a novel method of using electrical stimulation to block pain signals to the brain.