UConn Health Journal is produced in print three times per year by the Office of University Communications at the University of Connecticut. It is distributed to 8,000+ physicians and UConn School of Medicine and School of Dental Medicine alumni throughout the state of Connecticut. Our health journal strives to illuminate UConn Health’s scientific discoveries and demonstrate how they translate to value for health professionals and patients.
Vice President for Communications: Tysen Kendig Chief Communications Officer, UConn Health: Chris Hyers Editor: Julie Bartucca Art Director: Yesenia Carrero Photographers: Janine Gelineau, Peter Morenus Lead Science/Health Writers: Kim Krieger, Lauren Woods
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We maintain a deep well of potential story ideas throughout the year. Please feel free to submit your story ideas related to UConn Health for consideration by emailing our staff using the form below. We may contact you to obtain more information regarding your story pitch.
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UConn Health Journal welcomes letters to the editor submitted via the form below. Letters to the editor must include your name and should not run beyond 300 words. Letters are included on the magazine site at the editor’s discretion and may be edited for style, grammar, typographical errors, content, and length.
Submit an Item for ‘Honor Roll’
UConn Health faculty and professionals deserve recognition for their accomplishments. If you or someone you know has been named to a prestigious position or board, has received an award, or has achieved something else you think should be shared, submit it via the form below and we may publish the news in our ‘Honor Roll’ section.
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