• Medical students gathered around a digital 3D simulation patient of UConn Health
  • Portrait of a doctor in the UConn School of Medicine
  • Nurse, Courtney Hurlbert with a patient at UConn Health
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  • Upon medicine students working in the lab at UConn Health

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Make Their Doctors Your Doctors.

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At UConn Health, the Orthopedic & Sports Medicine doctors for the UConn Huskies can also be the doctors for you. Our doctors are putting the power of possible to work for you, whether it takes state-of-the-art, minimally invasive robotic spine surgery or just setting a broken
bone. Learn more and make an appointment.

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Creating the medicine of tomorrow, today.

Dr. Cato T. Laurencin

Our job isn’t just to make you better – although we do that exceptionally well. Our job is to make medicine better. UConn has launched the H.E.A.L. Project (Hartford Engineering a Limb), a grand research challenge with the mission of regenerating a human knee in seven years and a human limb by 2030. It is the brainchild of orthopaedic surgeon-scientist and regenerative engineering expert Dr. Cato T. Laurencin, building upon his innovative laboratory research of growing human bone and knee ligaments.

Discover what’s possible.

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