“Igniting Hope” brought faculty, staff and students from across the university together to examine the social determinants of health.
The Jacobs School faculty member has received the designation of master, one of the highest honors the organization bestows.
A UB-led study found that MS patients on the vegetable-rich Wahls diet experienced less fatigue.
The program in pharmacometrics and personalized pharmacotherapy is one of the few providing evidence-based instruction in drug therapy optimization.
Engineering and Theatre and Dance students combined their unique skills to build two sets for the Prague Quadrennial earlier this summer.
A new model of the blood clotting process will help improve presurgical planning and care for patients with certain bleeding disorders.
The book “Sofia Learns About Research” helps educate participants and their parents about how they can be part of medical breakthroughs in Buffalo.
UB researchers have received an NIH grant to develop a method to selectively ‘disarm’ specific pathogens.
Alex Ampadu, Jessica Kruger and Mark R. Marino are recipients of the SA award named in honor of the late, beloved UB history professor.
The exercise at the Jacobs School and at Roswell Park showed UB's ability to operate successfully with other emergency response agencies.
Everyday victories add up to a winning partnership!