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COVID-19 UPDATES • 2/5/2021
Manoj J. Mammen is one of 43 clinicians who co-authored the newest global guidelines on treating patients with severe illness from COVID-19.
John Mascola will take an in-depth look at COVID-19 vaccines as the keynote speaker of the March 17 virtual forum.
UB is home to researchers whose scholarship explores the impact that Black people have had across the world, as well as examines their struggles for equality.
Working with the South Korean biotech company EuBiologics, Pop Biotechnologies developed the biotechnology that is the basis of the vaccine candidate.
The lab will work on a project, led by Michigan State, to develop online and physical exhibits of artwork created during the pandemic.
A new UB-led study explores the role the gene in human and mammalian pregnancy.
An ancient bone fragment supports the theory that the animals may have traveled with people along a coastal route.
The book by civil engineering professor Cemal Basaran is the No. 1 new release on Amazon among books in the category of thermodynamics.
The project, funded by an $8.2M grant, aims to improve options for people with disabilities, those in low-income neighborhoods and older adults.
UB biostatistics researcher Marianthi Markatou is heading a project to develop new methods to monitor adverse reactions in medical products, including vaccines.
A study led by UB psychologist Eduardo Mercado questions the widely held belief that humpback whales learn their songs from one another.
CTSI Director Timothy Murphy shares some important information about the vaccines and why they are so vital in the fight against the virus.