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10/26/17

WCMU Radio reports on research by UB hydrology expert Chris Lowry, who is enlisting citizens to help create forecasts of river conditions.

10/26/17

An article in the Buffalo News reports UB President Satish K. Tripathi traveled to Washington, D.C., with SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson, academic colleagues, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and other lawmakers on Wednesday to push for a bill that would allow 800,000 undocumented aliens – “dreamers” – who came to the U.S. as children to stay here.

10/24/17

WBFO-FM reported on For-Robin, a UB startup company that is showing strong progress in developing a new and effective cancer treatment that it hopes to begin testing in humans.

10/24/17
A WBFO-FM story covered a UB medical school program, a collaboration with Physicians for Human Rights, to train health care providers in physical, gynecological and psychological forensic evaluation for asylum seekers in Buffalo. 
10/23/17

An article in WalletHub concerning which states are most vulnerable to identity theft and fraud, and how to avoid being hacked, quotes UB computer science professor Shambhu Upadhyaya.

10/19/17

In a segment on Capitol Pressroom, Michael Cain, vice president for health sciences and dean of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, was interviewed about the construction of the school’s new building downtown and the 25 percent increase in enrollment in the school this year to help address the regional and national physician shortage.

10/13/17

Vice Impact published a Q&A with UB's Estelle Chaussard, who describes how satellites can be used to monitor precious underground water reserves.

10/7/17

An article in the Buffalo News titled "Doctor Reinforcements" provides an in-depth look at how UB's medical residents and fellows boost health care in Western New York.

10/6/17

An article in the Buffalo News covered the visit to UB of a top leader of the nation's largest health promotion foundation.

10/6/17

Fox News talks to Mark Bartholomew about a lawyer who is trying to make tech giants like Facebook, Twitter and Google liable for allegedly providing “material support” to followers of terror groups who commit mass murder.