Research News

Faculty and staff of the UB Center for Integrated Global Biomedical Sciences
1/17/19

The partnership between UB's Center for Integrated Global Biomedical Sciences and The Center for Discovery supports the growth of translational research and innovation.

12/17/18

Public health researcher Gregory Homish has been awarded a $2.7 million NIH grant to continue his work examining health outcomes among members of the military.

12/14/18

The models of a patient's vascular system help surgeons better prepare for delicate operations for stroke, aneurysms and heart failure.

12/14/18

UB researchers have received a $2.2 million grant to test behavioral therapy as a remedy for insomnia in cancer survivors.

12/10/18

UB scientists are conducting explosive experiments with manmade lava to better understand lava-water interactions, which can make eruptions more dangerous.

12/7/18

Engineering prof Nirupam Aich and colleagues are looking at the effects of recycling and repairing electronics on residents' health.

12/7/18

The UB study found that women who had loss all their teeth had 20 percent higher risk of developing hypertension than women who still had natural teeth.

12/7/18

The university is No. 39 nationally and No. 1 statewide among public universities for research and development activity, according to new data from the NSF.

12/6/18

UB researchers have received a federal grant to develop a training program that teaches friends to protect one another from sexual assault on campus.

12/6/18

An innovative stroke recovery system landed the UB team in the finals of the Aging Innovation Challenge.

12/5/18

Haiti native Paolo Bourdeau plans to use the research he conducted during a LSAMP internship to make his home country more resilient to hurricanes.

12/5/18

Kemper Lewis, chair of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, will be the first professor of innovation.

12/4/18

A UB study finds that Army Reserve and National Guard soldiers who have negative emotions about not being deployed are more likely to misuse alcohol.