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Telehealth and Individuals with IDD: Challenges and Best-Practices

On October 21, the WITH Foundation announced a $50,000 award to the Institute on Disability for a one-year initiative to investigate best practices for offering telehealth care to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Read More

Recent Stories

  • Eelgrass in Great Bay Estuary
    - Giving Eelgrass an Edge
    UNH researchers received a new NOAA grant that aims to improve the health of eelgrass in Great Bay. Read More
  • Trailblazer
    - Trailblazer
    Steven Arias ‘16, a doctoral candidate in the department of physics and astronomy, has become the first UNH student to receive an award from the Department of Energy’s Office of... Read More
  • Side by side headshots of two male professors
    - Wound Healing Trailblazers
    Two chemical engineering professors have received a National Institutes of Health “Trailblazer” award for a project that aims to improve chronic wound healing. Read More
  • painting of man with thumbs up
    - Public Humanities Seed Funding
    Over $96,000 in seed funding is awarded to participants from the 2021 UNH Summer Institute in Public Humanities. Read More
  • Meghan Howey works with student archaeology students on a dig near Great Bay.
    - Unearthing Great Bay's Past
    Researchers have summarized their findings about Great Bay's social and ecological history in an online StoryMap.  Read More
  • Large black bear looks directly at a trail camera
    - Research Snapshot: Spying on Wildlife
    UNH researchers are using trail cameras to develop more efficient and accurate ways to monitor fur bearers in New Hampshire. Read More
  • Aerial photo of UNH campus in fall, with bright trees in front of T Hall
    - Record Funding
    UNH researchers brought in $260 million in competitive funding in FY21 for projects that improve life in New Hampshire and beyond. Read More
  • Aerial shot of UNH campus in summer, with T Hall in center
    - Interdisciplinary to the CoRE
    Fourteen teams of researchers have received funding for interdisciplinary projects through the Collaborative Research Excellence initiative Read More
  • Dairy products
    - Dietary Fats: Friend or Foe?
    UNH researchers have published their findings in the British Journal of Nutrition on the connection between cognitive function and dietary fat consumption in Hispanic/Latino... Read More
  • In a Class of Their Own
    - In a Class of Their Own
    Steve Frolking and Roy Torbert have been elected to the 2021 Class of Fellows of the American Geophysical Union.  Read More