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Dr. Cato T. Laurencin (right) welcomes Dr. Gualberto Ruaño, invited from Hartford Hospital to give the keynote address on personalized medicine at the CICATS mini-retreat.

Mini-Retreat Looks Toward CICATS’ Future

The Connecticut Institute for Clinical and Translational Science brings regional research partners together, with personalized medicine among the points of focus.

School of Dental Medicine Doctor Receives Leadership Award

Dr. Sarita Arteaga is honored by Hispanic Dental Association.

Collection Keeps Meds Out of Water Supply, Off the Streets

More than 100 cars passed through the UConn Health Center’s medication disposal program Saturday, leaving behind pills, patches, bottles and inhalers.

Flu Shot Friday at the Health Center

Employee Health Service will give flu vaccinations for employees, students, residents and volunteers.

Photo of a fireplace and a banner that says caution

Lights Out? Know This About CO Poisoning

Dozens of people have called the Poison Control Center with questions about carbon monoxide poisoning.


Working with Heart

Dr. Bruce Liang is making a difference in the field of cardiology and in the Health Center’s future.

The Jackson Lab will eventually feature 250,000 square feet of state-of-the-art lab space on the Health Center campus. (Image provided by State of Connecticut)

State Legislature Approves Jackson Lab Project

The institute for personalized medicine will be built on 17 acres on the lower campus of the Health Center.

Marc Lalande (far right), senior associate dean for research and planning, talks with legislators during a lab tour of the Cell and Genome Sciences building on October 24, 2011. (Tina Encarnacion/UConn Health Center Photo)

State Legislators Tour Health Center

Lawmakers met with UConn President Susan Herbst and Health Center officials yesterday to learn more about Bioscience Connecticut.

A UConn Health Center lab technician pulling stem cells out of a tank of liquid nitrogen.

Developing Stem Cells to Repair Joint Cartilage

UConn Health Center researchers are developing stem cell therapies to repair joint cartilage, an example of the type of job-creating, cure-promoting project that will flourish under Bioscience Connecticut.

Physicians at University-McCook Hospital see and hear colleagues at U.S.Veterans Administration Hospital in Newington via the first two-way, hospital-to-hospital, closed circuit TV link in the state. (UConn Health Center Archives)

UConn Health Center – A Technology Leader

The past 50 years have seen rapid advances in information technology and communications.