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UB partners with Roswell / U of Rochester for Empire Discovery Institute (EDI)

The new institute will streamline efforts to turn groundbreaking drug research into viable treatments and medicines, bringing new companies and new jobs.

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UB has innovative researchers who are passionate about their work and the university. Hear them talk about what sparks their imaginations, keeps them motivated and how they enjoy sharing with students and colleagues. Click on the still photos to hear more.

  • 4/11/17

    Improve Living Conditions.  Ipad, iPhone, study of clean water, need of clean air… exciting time to solve these challenges.

  • 6/4/18

    Wanted to leave industry and join a faculty to find and equate new knowledge that Challenged assumptions and to impact society and follow dreams.  UB offered that opportunity.

  • 8/9/17

    Developing and testing evidence based treatments for pain disorders.

  • 4/11/17

    Able to grasp concepts and solve problems involved with algorithms pretty easily. Motivated by the community of researchers and how they operate together.

  • 4/11/17

    Internships during school years in Canada led me to work experiences  all over world. These taught me I did not like “computer engineering” related lab work so I got masters in bio chem and from then on enjoyed every minute spent in the lab.

  • 4/11/17

    Professor of Biochemistry and Neurology, Research on Cells that make Mylin and how to repair mylin in disease.

  • 8/9/17

    Assistant Professor, Dept. of Medicine, Division of Nephrology.  Research Kidney Disease and how to halt its progression.

  • 4/11/17

    To combine interests and strengths of Math and Science and Curiosity to find out things people don’t know.

  • 8/9/17

    Unique lab consortiums, reknowned physicians and scientists working on diseases.  Get to pic brains to get other perspective.

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