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UB researcher to study whether cultural influences play a role in new moms placing babies in unsafe sleep positions.


Paramedics and emergency medical technicians (EMTs) are trained to save lives. But they sometimes enter situations where a dying patient’s end-of-life wishes contradict their professional code.


It's not surprising that the media and the public are so interested in Quaaludes after Bill Cosby put the drug back in the spotlight, says UB's David Herzberg.

BUFFALO, N.Y. – A University at Buffalo law professor who has devoted her professional life to promoting child welfare has been chosen to head the nation’s oldest public-interest law firm for children.

Teams of local high school students participating in a unique and intensive UB informatics workshop will present their findings on ways to use hospital and patient treatment databases to improve the overall patient experience at a program to be held beginning at 9:30 a.m. on July 10.


New research will focus on increasing diver safety, building mission endurance.


Newborn sleep, insomnia and nutrition interventions are under the microscope as eight undergraduate students conduct summer research in the University at Buffalo School of Nursing.


The top elementary principal in New York State this year is a graduate of the University at Buffalo’s LIFTS administrative education-and-mentoring program, the second consecutive year a LIFTS graduate has been honored as principal of the year.


The program is sponsorsed by the National Science Foundation, the National Security Agency and Time Warner Cable.


Introducing minority high school students to career opportunities in the accounting profession.