News and Announcements

6/27/17
Professor Gene D Morse will be presenting at the United Nations hosted Caribbean Action 2030 Conference in Kingston, Jamaica.
6/9/17

Building the Zimbabwe Pharmaceutical Industry: A Model Established by the University of Zimbabwe and University at Buffalo, SUNY Partnership - Presentation given at the National Innovations Systems for Competitive Industries International Experiences in Harare, Zimbabwe

5/3/17

Five upcoming STEM events the WNY community can participate in with various interactive activities. See inside for links and additional details on how to get involved.

5/3/17
Two exciting speakers will be talking at Hayes Hall this week sponsored by the UB Community of Excellence in Global Health Equity:
5/2/17
A STEAM-tech camp for teens, Powered by AT&T.
4/25/17
Dr. Hilliard Kutscher has been selected to receive the University of Buffalo CSTEP Distinguished Research Faculty Mentor Award.  
4/7/17
Katarzyna Kordas, PhD Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Environmental Health Will be Presenting on Connections Between Diet and Metal Exposures in Urban Uruguayan Children
3/21/17
The HIV Research Trust Trustees have selected Dr. Waheed Adeola Adedeji from the University of Ibadan in Ibadan, Nigeria for a scholarship award to complete clinical pharmacology and drug development training at UB's Center for Integrated Global Biomedical Sciences. Dr. Adedeji is a physician scientist in the Department of Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology.
3/9/17
Dr. Robert Gallo, Director of the Global Virus Network, visited the University at Buffalo to participate in the launch event for the UB GVN Center of Excellence in HIV and HCV Clinical Pharmacology.
2/28/17
Professor James G. Hakim, a member of the Center's Scientific Leadership Committee, delivered the N'Galy-Mann Lecture during the opening session at the 2017 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Seattle, Washington, USA. Read more here  
12/20/16

Dhaval Shah is working with 43North winner Oncolinx on a molecule that can target cancer cells directly, eliminating chemotherapy's toxic side effects.

12/5/16

UB faculty member Michel Bruneau has published four books while maintaining a career as a leading expert in earthquake engineering.

11/21/16

From dodging dog bites to photographing Michael Phelps, UB staffer Ken Smith spends his nights and weekends volunteering with his camera.

11/10/16

The Department of Electrical Engineering is helping UB become a premier public research university. 

11/3/16

Bill Ford, Jerry Jacobs Jr. and Mark Tercek talked about how their organizations are working to create a future based on sustainability.