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5/16/17

New research on myelination by UB scientists reveals a pathway and a possible therapeutic option.

5/10/17

Many contributors to patient satisfaction are beyond the physician’s control, a UB study found.

5/10/17

Analyzing 80 genomes of the iconic tree uncovered genetic secrets that are of value to the wood and paper industries.

5/9/17

Job seekers who stay in the search longer or see their peers getting hired are more likely to falsify their résumés, a UB study has found.

5/8/17

The UB study of “long-term nonprogressors” — those who survive without therapy — could lead to new meds for people with the virus.

5/8/17

A study by UB researcher Matthew Grizzard helps explain why we feel good about fictional characters who do bad things.

5/4/17

The breakthrough by UB physicists involves controlling energy levels between electron valleys in 2-D semiconductors.

5/3/17

UB researchers have reproduced brain oscillations that characterize the disease, a breakthrough that could speed development of new treatments.

5/2/17

People who link their self-worth to financial success are more vulnerable to negative psychological consequences, a UB study has found.

5/1/17

Selective exposure to political ideas increases political polarization, UB communication prof Ivan Dylko says.

4/27/17

Experiencing worst-case scenarios before hospital discharge helps reduce anxiety in parents of premature babies, a UB study has found.

4/26/17

A UB-led study of postmenopausal women finds that those at highest genetic risk of broken bones benefit most from hormone therapy.

4/25/17

An editorial by UB professor Andrew Talal describes innovations in HCV treatment among people with substance abuse disorders.