UB students and faculty are applying their knowledge to a
diversity of projects addressing local and global challenges. The
research we do touches lives around the world and drives the growth
of the Buffalo-Niagara and New York State economies.
UB researchers have recreated the brain oscillations that
characterize Parkinson's disease, a breakthrough that could speed
the development of new treatments or even a cure.
Postmenopausal women who have the highest genetic risk for
fracture benefit the most from hormone therapy, according to a new
study led by UB researchers.
Diverse immigrant populations do more than enhance a city's
cultural fabric; according to a study led by UB geographers, they
also boost wages.