12/5/19

The UB biochemist will lead the Council of Faculty and Academic Societies of the Association of American Medical Colleges.

12/5/19

UB historian David Herzberg says the government has tried to harness a profit-driven drug industry to serve public health before.

12/5/19

Two aspiring ER doctors draw inspiration from an avid sports fan and guest lecturer who taught them about his degenerative disease.

12/4/19

The trained psychiatric epidemiologist studies substance use and mental health.

12/4/19

“Into the Blue” is another vehicle for sharing the many stories about the university and its people.

12/4/19

UB-led research finds that antiretroviral therapy given to pregnant mothers with HIV puts their exposed but uninfected babies at risk for heart damage.

12/3/19

Social Work researcher Annahita Ball and graduate students helped youth become thoughtful leaders in racial understanding and social justice.

12/3/19

Schlaich Bergermann Partner will design a replacement bridge over the I-190 connecting 4th St. Park to Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Centennial Park.

12/2/19

The UB forensic scientist has published the first novel in a Buffalo-based crime series.  

12/2/19

The portable photoacoustic system developed by a UB-led research team could improve early cancer detection in women with dense breast tissue.

12/2/19

The perforated metal facade, first applied in Light/Station, a new facility for Torn Space Theater, was recognized by Architect’s Newspaper.

12/2/19

For the second straight year, UB is going to a bowl game and will take on the Charlotte 49ers in the Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl on Dec 20.

CSE Kids’ Day

Aspiring computer scientists turned out for the annual CSE Kids’ Day, sponsored by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. The event, organized by UB students and held in Davis Hall, offered a variety of interactive, kid-friendly activities designed to promote computer science. Photos: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki

Published December 10, 2019

The new UB Community Health Equity Research Institute will conduct research to understand the root causes of the health disparities that exist on Buffalo’s East Side while developing and testing innovative solutions to address these pressing problems in the community.

Solving health disparities

The new UB Community Health Equity Research Institute will conduct research to understand the root causes of the health disparities that exist on Buffalo’s East Side while developing and testing innovative solutions to address these pressing problems in the community.

Snow piles up on the roof of the Center for the Art's atrium skylights.

Piling up

Falling snow creates some interesting shadows on windows in the Center for the Arts atrium. Photo: Douglas Levere

Published December 12, 2019

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