COVID-19 UPDATES • 10/14/2021
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UB’s ISS office works diligently to avoid terminating students and has made many proactive attempts to educate new students about the process.
Allison Brashear, dean of the UC Davis School of Medicine, has been appointed vice president for health sciences at UB and dean of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
The global race to develop new stem cell-based COVID-19 treatments during the pandemic was filled with violations of government regulations, inflated medical claims and distorted public communication, say the authors of a new perspective.
The advancement could help improve experimental drug testing, artificial organs and more.
New algorithm searches historic documents to discover noteworthy people.
Zodiaque, UB’s premier resident student dance company, will be back on stage at the UB Center for the Arts to create the diverse works for the 47th fall season.
The research found that patients who used drugs prescribed to treat heartburn, acid reflux and ulcers were more likely to have smaller probing depths in the gums (the gap between teeth and gums).
Data from the research could facilitate efforts to prevent and treat adverse pregnancy outcomes, showing the importance of evolutionary medicine.
Sahn-Wook Huh, associate professor of finance, will hold the Fulbright Canada Distinguished Research Chair in Entrepreneurship at Carleton University.
A new paper explores how the opinions of an electorate may be reflected in a mathematical model ‘inspired by models of simple magnetic systems.'
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