CAHNR in the news

National Aquarium Waterblog mentioned the aquariums’ work with UConn in gathering data and samples from grey seals in order to better understand their health and behavior. Assistant Research Professor Milton Levin‘s lab has been involved in the study for six years. Levin is on the faculty of pathobiology. Center for Academic Programs Update announced that […]

CAHNR in the news

Navy Times depicted students in the Sports Optimization and Rehabilitation (SOAR) laboratory testing a wearable technology device they developed. It is designed to detect when a sailor may be fatigued and at risk for injury.  Assistant Professor Kristin Morgan, who is a primary investigator at SOAR, is quoted. Morgan has a dual appointment in kinesiology […]

Senior honors student conducts research in MIT cancer research lab

Senior honors student Justin Patten was selected to participate in the prestigious Amgen Scholars Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology during the summer of 2018. In May 2019, Patten, who is from Derby, Connecticut, will complete dual degrees in pathobiology and molecular and cell biology. The Amgen Scholars Program provides experiential undergraduate summer research […]

Former dean mentors future veterinarians, physicians and researchers

It has been said that if you find a job you love, then you will never work a day in your life. Perhaps Professor Kirklyn Kerr can speak to the truth of this adage. Kerr continues to enjoy his role as a professor in the Department of Pathobiology and Veterinary Science (PVS). After stepping down […]