Doctors Academy at UConn Health Making Dreams Come True
Graduates of the Health Career Opportunity Programs were celebrated at its annual closing ceremony. Mark Manson, a senior at Bloomfield High School, has dreamed of becoming a doctor since he was four years old and is now UConn bound to earn both his undergraduate and medical degrees.
Educational Passport to Dentistry Event Held for Boys and Girls Club of Hartford
The UConn School of Dental Medicine recently hosted an educational event, referred to as a Passport to Dentistry, for participants of the Boys and Girls Club of Hartford. The event was an opportunity for students of the Boys and Girls Club to become familiar with opportunities in the field of dental medicine.
Preventing Foot Problems for Runners
A foot exam, a good pair of well-fitting running shoes and the correct socks can help prevent some of the issues that happen to your feet when running long distances.
Podcast: Education as a Diabetes Management Tool
Hear from UConn Health diabetes care experts about the importance of recognizing early signs of diabetes and, once diagnosed, managing it with the benefit of education
UConn Students Help Thousands by Surveying Patients for Social Determinants of Health in Waiting Rooms
The UConn Health Leaders Program, co-founded by Dr. Henry Siccardi '23 MD/MPH, who is remaining at UConn Health for internal medicine residency training, has been a success in just three years
Capital Area Health Consortium Honors UConn Health Nurse, Fellow, Resident
Community Service Awards for Drs. Jasmin Hundal and Joselyn Miller; scholarship for Elizabeth Haskell
UConn Health Minute: Melanoma
More people are developing melanoma, the deadliest skin cancer, than ever before. As UConn Health dermatologist and Mohs surgeon Dr. Maritza Perez explains, having regular skin exams is key in helping to find and remove the melanoma before it becomes lethal.
SPARKing Invention: Internal Funding Program Celebrates Advancements
A cohort of awardees have formed a supportive community as they bring life-changing technology to the marketplace
American Geriatric Healthcare Professionals Award Victoria Kozar with the Edward Henderson Student Award
Victoria "Tia" Kozar, a third-year medical student at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, is this year’s recipient of the Edward Henderson Student Award given by the American Geriatric Healthcare Professionals in recognition of her extensive community involvement, significant leadership skills, record of academic excellence, and strong commitment to geriatrics care.
UConn Health’s 52nd Commencement Celebrates Hundreds of New Doctors
UConn Health Graduates are Ready to Enter the Health Care Workforce for Connecticut and the Nation