Global Affairs in UConn Today

Raman Bahal has been awarded the Emerging Leader Award and Diane Burgess, the Alice E. Till Advancement of Women in Pharmaceutical Sciences Recognition.

Drugs that prevent HIV infection have evolved, but new UConn research shows the standard option is still top with patients

School of Pharmacy student, Selena Zhuo, attended the 68th Annual International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation (IPSF) World Congress Conference to collaborate on global health issues.

UConn has 34 residential and non-residential learning communities with more than 2,800 student participants

‘It’s exciting that a simple lifestyle intervention can be just as effective as structured exercise and some medications’

Dr. Ruth Lucas and Dr. Louise Reagan, two faculty from the UConn School of Nursing, will be Inducted as Fellows in the American Academy of Nursing.

Today there is little appetite among the international community to intervene in a way that would protect civilians

The program’s leader is UConn Health Hematologist/Oncologist Dr. Victoria Forbes of the Carole & Ray Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center who is working to ensure cancer care is available to all, no matter where they live.


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