News Releases


UB and others call upon the social media company to take greater responsibility in addressing racism on its platforms.


Guidelines for evaluating and treating children infected with COVID-19 and key issues in health care that the pandemic has brought to light are covered in recent publications by UB pediatrics researchers. 


Reliably measuring recovery capital is the first step to advancing the science of better understanding how different sources of capital facilitate recovery. 


Protégé of the Year honorees Cassandra Ott, Teshiko Payton, Nicole Davis and Jittaun Hutchinson were among the entrepreneurs honored at a virtual graduation for the Allstate Minority and Women Emerging Entrepreneurs program.


Faculty Experts


David Herzberg

Associate Professor of History

Expertise: opioid epidemic; history of prescription drugs, street drugs and other psychoactive substances; drug wars; drugs and popular culture

Phone: 716-645-8416



Trevor Krabbenhoft

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

Expertise: fish ecology (especially in rivers and lakes), genomics, evolutionary biology, invasive species, climate change, Great Lakes

Phone: 716-645-4934



UB in the News


Business Insider quoted Thomas Russo in a report on the safety of new cleaning requirements for Airbnb hosts. 



The Boston Globe reported on a UB study authored by E. Brooke Learner that found that 911 calls for emergency medical services (EMS) have dropped 26% since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, but EMS-attended deaths have doubled. 


Bustle interviewed Mark Frank in an article on managing anxiety while returning to work amid the COVID-19 pandemic.


USA Today quoted Yotam Ophir in an article fact-checking the claim that several politicians and celebrities were under house arrest for sex trafficking.

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