The new study by UB's Research Institute on Addictions suggests that treating substance abuse at the outset is more likely to reduce violent acts by people with severe mental illness.
Researchers hope new drug can slow the muscle deterioration that marks Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
The behavior of a mother who takes cocaine can have a psychological impact on her child, according to new research by Rina Das Eiden, senior research scientist in UB's Research Institute on Addictions.
Independent Health CEO succeeds Gerald Lippes on UB's primary oversight and advisory body.
Professor and students in civil, structural and environmental engineering an inexpensive solution.
The evidence shows that Ebola viruses are profoundly ancient, splitting off from other viral lineages 20 million years ago.
A link to a fly-through video of the new medical school is available as well.
The article quoted President Satish K. Tripathi as saying, "We will make Buffalo a national model for how to transform a Rust Belt region into a vibrant, world-class destination.”
UB's James Garder said, "They want a completely unregulated political market. And they seem not to be too concerned when people get turned away from the polls."
Victoria Wolcott indicates that it comes down to a question of how the media covers race.
Buffalo’s population of young, college–educated adults rose by 33.5 percent between 2000 and 2012.
They will be added to the 16 companies that have already been accepted.
The family of viruses that Ebola belongs to may have existed longer than researchers thought—which may help in the development of a new vaccine to treat the infection.
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