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COVID-19 UPDATES • 1/15/2021
A School of Management study finds the main concern is the absence of negative reviews.
The team’s experience is sending a message of hope during these trying times, UB sport law expert and avid Bills fan Helen “Nellie” Drew says.
A new computational method developed by UB scientists will provide the data needed to develop new cancer treatments.
The UB professor received the 2020 Distinguished Dental Editor Award from the American Association of Dental Editors & Journalists and the American Dental Association.
The grade from UB education researcher Jaekyung Lee assesses students' physical and emotional health, as well as academics.
A UB study shows the absence of a single interaction within a brain receptor reduces its activity, a discovery that advances understanding of how certain brain diseases arise.
UB faculty members Kelly Patterson and Michael Mwenso review the year and predict what's ahead for 2021.
The $3.1M NIH grant will support work to examine why patients treated with deep brain stimulation can have unpredictable speech after DBS surgery.
The research suggests that MLL4 controls the production of neurons that are vital to growth.
An NSF grant to UB psychologist Lora Park will focus on feedback strategies that may improve students’ confidence in classes such as intro calculus.
UB political scientist James Campbell likens invoking the amendment to remove President Trump from office to throwing gasoline on a bonfire.
UB faculty members from a variety of disciplines have something to say about the Jan. 6 siege by rioters on the U.S. Capitol.