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Surveys in the Great Lakes and Mississippi River watersheds show steady numbers of the imperiled mollusks, but other species are disappearing.
The discovery builds on decades of work on a family of proteins by UB's Richard Gronostajski.
UB sociologist Robert Adelman warns that the query would undercut the accuracy of the count and politicize the process.
Four researchers from the Clinical Research Institute on Addictions have received more than $4 million in grants from the NIH.
UB law professor Christine Bartholomew’s research finds a double standard when it comes to clergy divulging sensitive information.
UB's Clinical and Research Institute on Addictions will work with OASAS to assess what risks may occur for people with alcohol use disorder who use prescription painkillers.
The major interventional study being launched by UB scientists could help bring drugs used to treat Type 2 diabetes closer to FDA approval for Type 1.
The study is part of a concerted strategy to improve substance use disorder outcomes and decrease HIV infections.
The grants will fund work to study periodontal disease, Sjögren’s syndrome and bone loss.
UB researcher Sam Abramovich has secured a grant to study how patrons learn in the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library’s Launch Pad space.
UB education researcher Sameer Honward is using podcasts to align with Native Americans' traditional way of gathering knowledge through oral traditions.
Social factors also play a critical role in how people describe their communities, according to research by UB sociologist Shelley Kimelberg.