The University at Buffalo Department of Communicative Disorders
and Sciences will offer a number of creative and fun intensive
speech and language programs July 8 to Aug. 7 for school-age
children and adolescents who have any of a wide range of
As new treatments for hepatitis C virus (HCV) are approved,
biomedical scientists are exploring their mechanisms and what they
reveal about the virus. An online publication this month in
Hepatology is the first to report real-time tracking of viral decay
in the liver and blood in 15 patients with HCV.
Laurent Levy left the University at Buffalo in 1999 with a
dream: transforming his recently completed postdoctoral research on
nanomedicine into real-world products for patients battling cancer.
Today, the scientist-turned-entrepreneur is zeroing in on that
Leslie Ying is improving magnetic resonance imaging. Steven
Diver is developing a faster, more efficient way to synthesize
drugs. Both University at Buffalo researchers will receive $50,000
each from the statewide SUNY Technology Accelerator Fund (TAF),
which cultivates innovation by speeding the commercialization of
high-impact SUNY inventions.
Reducing binge drinking on campuses must be a priority in
addressing issues of college sexual assault, according to a new
Expert Summary from the University at Buffalo Research Institute on
BUFFALO, N.Y. – A preliminary study of the effects of
mushroom ingestion on health conducted by University at Buffalo
nutrition scientists and physiologists has found that healthy male
and female subjects who consumed mushrooms with glucose had a
significant decrease in glucose responses compared to those who
consumed glucose alone.
People who inject drugs and are enrolled in a drug treatment
program are receptive to education about, and treatment for,
hepatitis C virus, according to a study by researchers at several
institutions, including the University at Buffalo.
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