Norma Nowak, PhD, deputy director and director of science,
technology, NYS Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics & Life
Sciences, is a recognized leader in human genomics. She's helping
guide the Buffalo Institute for Genomics and Data
Watching US - Cuba Unfold
Henry Louis Taylor Jr., PhD, professor of urban and regional
planning: He believes the U.S. made it tough for Cuba but now may
be what makes it better for the country and its people.
Decoding Faked Expressions of Pain
Mark Frank, PhD, professor of communication: "Even after
training, humans were accurate only 55 percent of the time. The
computer ... 85 percent of the time."
Frank says computers know better whether it's real or faked
Entrepreneur and professor of biotechnical and clinical
laboratory sciences Kate Rittenhouse-Olson says additional funding
for her company - For-Robin - brings them one step closer to a
promising treatment for breast and other types of cancer.
Michal Stachowiak, professor of pathology and anatomical
sciences: "The idea that a single protein could bind thousands of
genes and organize them into a hierarchy, that was unknown. Nobody
SUNY Distinguished Professor Paras Prasad honored for his
"discoveries in nanomedicine ... could lead to breakthroughs in
terms of detecting, diagnosing and treating cancer,”
says VPRED Venu Govindaraju.