Pathobiology

Awards and accolades for CAHNR

The Massachusetts Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) reported that they awarded animal science student Erin Norris the $500 Gregory Finn Scholarship, which is given in honor of the bureau’s former information and public relations director. MFBF President, Ed Davidian, said, “Erin is a deserving applicant for our scholarship.” Norris, who is a native of Massachusetts, was […]

CAHNR in the news

UConn Today reported on research into a drug delivery system, which could target diseases at the genetic level. One of the projects in the study has Assistant Professor Steven Szczepanek as a collaborator.  Szczepanek, who is part of pathobiology and veterinary science, will be involved in testing the system. FreshFruitPortal.com included comments by John Bovay on […]

CAHNR in the news

Time to Eat the Dogs podcast interviewed Department of Kinesiology Associate Professor Beth Taylor about running, health and long distance athletes. It drew on some of UConn’s research. WSHU public radio broadcast an article about a retrofitted boat called the Research Vessel (R/V) Connecticut. It will collect data and map the floor of Long Island […]

CAHNR in the news

Nature published a study called “Creation of forest edges has a global impact on forest vertebrates.” Among the 30 researchers on the project is the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment Visiting Assistant Professor Laura Cisneros. See also UConn Today for a video and article. The Day mentioned Tessa Getchis and her role in […]

CAHNR in the news

WTNH aired a video about the Connecticut Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory’s tick testing. Technical Assistant Maureen Sims and Holly McGinnis were shown doing their work. The video also included footage of Associate Extension Professor Tom Worthley from the Department of Extension in Middlesex County. He described how a large amount of ticks crawled onto and […]