Annual Report 2022: The Future of Medicine Starts Here
Connecticut’s future in medicine and its health care workforce are grown right here in Farmington, Connecticut, at UConn School of Medicine. As the state’s No. 1 producer of doctors and surgeons, as well as many scientists and public health experts, we take pride in our School’s leadership in diversity and innovation across academics, clinical care, and research. Year after year, our faculty and researchers are fueling record-breaking clinical care volumes and research funding. Together, UConn is making an incredible community impact on the lives of patients, the next generation of health care workers we train, and those we serve inside their neighborhoods.
Enjoy Reading the UConn School of Medicine’s 50th Anniversary Commemorative Report
We are proud of the many achievements and contributions our teams have made over the past half-century in advancing academic medicine and biomedical research. We are a vital part of the many communities we serve, and our exemplary faculty and students share a long track record of public service, community collaboration and patient care that is making a difference here in Connecticut and across the world.
Five Decades of Public Service to Connecticut
Hear more about the School of Medicine’s strong 50 year legacy from dean Dr. Bruce Liang.
CLIC Program: 25+ Years as Curriculum Cornerstone
Match Day for 50th Class
Hear from proud alumni and current faculty such as Dr. Marja M. Hurley, Class of 1976, the first woman of color to graduate the medical school.