Research News

Pregnant African women sitting in a circle with pregnant women of other races and nationalities.
3/20/19

The UB-led study found that the refugee women have healthier pregnancies than women born in the U.S., despite receiving less prenatal care.

3/21/19

The UB study examined 190,000 patients over 15 years and found that acid reflux drugs increase the risk of kidney disease by 20 percent.

3/21/19

New research led by biologist Omer Gokcumen uncovers a complex story that hints at how adaptable — yet delicate — humans are as a species.

3/20/19

The UB-led study found that the refugee women have healthier pregnancies than women born in the U.S., despite receiving less prenatal care.

3/18/19

Though it’s easy to hear a singer hit a bad note, what’s contributing to that inaccuracy might actually be inaudible, according to the results of a new UB-led study.

3/15/19

The UB-led study is believed to be the first to look at temperament traits as they relate to childhood obesity risks in infants whose mothers had gestational diabetes.

3/15/19

Telephone-based counseling to recently discharged patients led to a more than 60 percent decline in 30-day hospital readmissions.

3/15/19

Light physical activity like folding clothes might be enough to significantly lower the risk of cardiovascular disease in older women, a new study has found.

3/14/19

UB engineer James Chen is laying the groundwork for quieter, more efficient and safer supersonic flight.

3/14/19

The new use guidelines on polymyxins were drawn up by an international panel that was co-led by UB pharmacy faculty member Brian Tsuji.

3/13/19

UB dental researchers have received an NIH grant to develop online intervention to improve oral health in dental patients.

3/13/19

Researchers are developing a device that delivers low-voltage to the joint replacement, creating an antibacterial environment that stops infections.

3/11/19

Online data can tell us a lot about the places where we live — if we can develop ways to analyze it, UB researchers say.