COVID-19 UPDATES • 11/30/2021
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Lewis has guided the School of Nursing through 10 years of growth in its core mission of education, research and community service.
Cecil Foster’s “They Call Me George: The Untold Story of Black Train Porters and the Birth of Modern Canada” is the focus of an in-depth multimedia exhibition at the Myseum of Toronto.
A new study provides evidence that discontinuing medications in older and previously stable MS patients results in new disease worsening/progression.
In Science Advances, scientists report successfully freeze-drying specialized liposomes that could be developed for use in future vaccines.
The interdisciplinary project will focus on how Twitter users describe their locations during disasters.
UB researcher says his latest paper is another strike against the idea that whales sing to attract mates; findings indicate that whales echolocate, like dolphins and bats.
In a new study, genetically engineered E. coli eat glucose, then help turn it into molecules found in gasoline.
A national study has found that patients with mild to moderate COVID-19 who are treated with an inhaled steroid are significantly less likely to require emergency department care or hospitalization due to COVID-19 than those treated with placebo.
Under his leadership, the school has consistently ranked in the top 10% nationally across various major school and MBA rankings.
Researchers have revealed the biological mechanisms behind a key risk gene that plays a role in a number of brain diseases, including autism spectrum disorder.
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