UConn Health Minute: Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus
Normal pressure hydrocephalus is a brain disorder whose symptoms often mimic Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease. As neurologist Neha Prakash explains, UConn Health’s multidisciplinary team has the expertise to accurately diagnose this complex condition.
UConn Health Researcher Focuses on Enhanced N95 Mask Protection
A UConn Health researcher has won a federal grant to develop respirator masks that could help mitigate the spread of airborne illnesses like COVID-19
UConn Health Researcher Investigating RNA Molecule’s Role in Bone Formation, Weakening
Anne Delany's research will lead to a better understanding of glucocorticoid signaling necessary for developing new treatments to address glucocorticoid excess.
Laurencin is Only US Professor Chosen as Royal Academy Fellow
The UConn researcher is one of only 69 people elected this year from across the globe
Woodstock Academy Enlists UConn Sports Medicine Expertise
Athletes have access to sports medicine physicians, athletic trainers, physical therapists and other kinesiology specialists
First Residency Program in Connecticut for Rehabilitation Physicians Announced
A joint partnership with University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Hartford Hospital, Gaylord Hospital, and UConn Health
UConn Research Enterprise Funding Surges to Record Levels
For the first time in University history, faculty researchers have won more than $300 million in sponsored program awards
UConn Public Health Researcher Conducting Novel Pediatric Firearms Death Study
Amy Hunter is studying the racial and ethnic disparities associated with pediatric firearm deaths as well as the circumstances surrounding these incidents
Biomedical Science Research Day Goes Hybrid
More than 130 joined a limited in-person group in UConn Health's academic rotunda for the 38th annual Biomedical Science Program Graduate Student Research Day.