Growth in Many Directions: Global Health at the Larner College of Medicine

Written by Majid Sadigh, M.D., Christian J. Trefz Family Endowed Chair in Global Health
As we pass the five-year mark since the inception of our Western Connecticut Health Network/Larner College of Medicine Global Health Program in June of 2012, we celebrate the remarkable multidirectional growth that has transpired. We have been nationally and internationally recognized as one of the best programs of its kind in the country.

Neurocognitive Disorder in HIV Positive Adults: My Summer Research

Written by Katherine Clifford '19
When I received a 2016 Larner College of Medicine Summer Research Fellowship, I was thrilled to have the opportunity to return to the world of research. For my summer research fellowship, I worked at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Memory and Aging Center on a project investigating longitudinal brain atrophy rates in virally suppressed HIV-positive adults over the age of 60 compared to age-matched HIV-negative controls.

Notes from a First-Year Med Student: Active Learning Study Tips

Written by Jenna Dafgek '21
I just had my first real medical school exam this past Friday (*shriek*). I tried hard these past three weeks to utilize effective and efficient study methods that focused on active learning to help me prepare. With school just starting, it’s a great time to try out new methods and integrate them into your studying repertoire.