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COVID-19: UB Planning and Response • Updated 7/24/2020
UB scientists offer data that show that if they're deployed widely, behaviors like mask-wearing can help avoid outbreaks like those in the South and West.
The UB-led study found that elevated heart rate in children with dilated cardiomyopathy increases their risk of dying or needing a heart transplant.
UB sociologist Christopher Dennison's research suggests factors contributing to one behavior are similar to those contributing to the other.
The UB-led study found the male hormone reversed the condition in one-third of men with Type 2 diabetes.
A comprehensive literature review by UB neurologist Gil Wolfe suggests the virus can cause and exacerbate neuromuscular symptoms in some patients.
The Stop Spinning My Wheels project combines treatment with research to help women.
UB scientists use advanced techniques to observe how a specific crystalline sponge changes shape as it loses water molecules.
Researchers in the UB School of Management have developed a new framework to make supply chains more resilient during a crisis like COVID-19.
Study found an average of 13 pollutants in each silicone wristband worn by a small sample of children in Montevideo, Uruguay.
When medical treatment for a loved one is on the line, people will more readily give up another person’s information, study finds.
The research adds to a body of work devoted to understanding the protein’s role in cell biology and health.
The project co-led by UB geologist Jason Briner could reveal when the ice last retreated, laying the foundation for better models of future sea level rise.