Jeff Martindale arrived by ambulance at UConn John Dempsey Hospital in March with a 102 fever and trouble breathing. Almost immediately, he was moved into intensive care and put on a ventilator.
Yale Professor Koichi Hamada was at a meeting when he began to feel ill. When he came out of the meeting, he realized that he couldn’t stand up.
Whelen Engineering Co. manufactures emergency lights and sirens for first responders, so when the pandemic hit, the company was eager to find a way to help protect these front line workers.
Philanthropic Grants Boost UConn’s Research Partnerships with Industries By Grace Merritt and Jessica McBride Deep in the woods behind Horsebarn Hill, UConn has its own forest lab.
Friends, patients, and alumni will celebrate UConn Health’s achievements and raise vital support at the 8th Annual White Coat Gala “Honoring Heroes and Healers” on Saturday, April 22, at the Con…
“Weeks of powerful chemotherapy had wiped out the cancer discovered in [UConn baseball pitcher Ryan] Radue’s knee and neck, with a month of radiation still to come.