Lauren M. Lamberti Corso, PhD, MLS (ACSP)CM
Assistant Professor in Residence
Koons Hall, Room 210
Dr. Lauren Corso is an Assistant Professor in Residence in Allied Health Sciences and the Medical Laboratory Sciences Program at UConn. She came to UConn in 2007 where she was a student-athlete on the varsity women’s volleyball team and completed a B.S. in Medical Laboratory Science. Dr. Corso is an American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) certified medical laboratory scientist with ten years’ experience working in a clinical laboratory. She also holds a M.S. in Kinesiology and PhD in Health Promotion Sciences from UConn. Her research interests include the physiologic mechanisms of chronic health conditions such as cardiovascular disease, type II diabetes and obesity, physiologic biomarkers and/or predictors of chronic disease risk, and the effect of different interventions (e.g., exercise) to influence health outcomes.