News and views for UB faculty and staff
A UB-developed smartphone app may help people living with HIV
stay on their meds.
A new UB study found that fuzzy definitions of homelessness
complicate services to reduce HIV risk behaviors.
A new model developed by UB researchers could pave the way to
preventing secondary infections in people with the nfluenza A
Study confirms removal of the thymus from patients with
myasthenia gravis also provides significant benefit to those
without chest tumors.
Caseworkers should consider family history and stressors to
provide better outcomes for children, a UB study has found.
Dapagliflozin provides benefits in combination with insulin and
liraglutide, another drug for Type 2 diabetes, UB researchers have
Virtual SurgerySIM, a company led by an Ontario PhD student,
took the top prize at this year’s Buffalo Student
UB scientists have found that a protein in the brain’s
reward center regulates genes that help drive the craving for
cocaine after withdrawal.
A UB-led research team will develop light-harvesting films using
funds from the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative.
Buffalo Institute for Genomics and Data Analytics has signed a
$1.48 million contract with Garwood Medical Devices that will
create 40 jobs.
New book by UB political scientist James Campbell explains how a
moderate nation became divided.
The optics advancement may solve an approaching data bottleneck
by helping to boost computing power and information-transfer
UB SMART is funding five projects to develop next-gen
manufacturing technologies to bring products to market