Your questions about COVID-19, answered, with UNE expert Meghan May

Meghan May

From University of New England News For an expert’s view on the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, UNE’s Office of Communications recently consulted by phone with our very own professor of microbiology, Meghan May, Ph.D. With degrees in microbiology, pathobiology, and bacteriology, May’s research primarily focuses on virulence – that is, a pathogen’s ability to infect a … Read more

UNE study may explain why babies in the NICU are more likely to develop anxiety disorders

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

A study from researchers at the University of New England may help to explain why babies who spend time in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) are more likely to develop anxiety disorders later in life. The study, which was recently published in eNeuro, shows that a particular population of cells in the brain are … Read more