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To help families discard their old or unwanted medicine, the UB
School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and Mallinckrodt
Pharmaceuticals will partner to distribute 20,000 Deterra Drug
Deactivation Systems to the Western New York community.
Eight-week National Institute on Drug Abuse program introduces
undergraduate students to the field of substance abuse and
New UB School of Management research finds that when
male-dominated work groups foster collaboration and communication,
it’s women who are more likely to emerge as leaders.
The event aims to spur partnerships that lead to new and
Program encourages collaboration among researchers, while
serving as a springboard to external funding.
UB will hold a full-scale, “active shooter” training
exercise from 6-11 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 14, in and around Clemens
Hall on the UB North Campus.
Being homeless puts people at greater risk of HIV infection than
those with stable housing, but targeting services to reduce risk
behaviors is often complicated by fuzzy definitions of
The University at Buffalo takes its responsibilities on the
issue of sexual assaults on campus very seriously. Nothing is
more important than the safety and welfare of our students.
The week-long Miles for Smiles mission, led by UB
clinical dental professor Othman Shibly, brought oral
health care to student refugees who lacked access to treatment due
to the ongoing Syrian war.
A new study by UB researchers suggests that Child Protective
Services caseworkers may need to use a more all-encompassing
approach to improve how they respond to cases of chronic
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