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The training program funded by a grant to the School of Nursing will help better predict the functional decline, mortality and sleep of patients.
Being a good neighbor can have a powerful effect even in disadvantaged communities, according to results of new UB research.
The novel drug developed by UB researchers is moving closer to use in humans with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
UB works with electronic health records databases and an NIH consortium to better respond to the community’s health needs.
Thousands of Western New Yorkers are enrolling in studies and receiving the newest and best medical care.
The Center for Computational Research will provide computing and data storage support for Roswell's ‘moonshot’ project.
Two UB-led court-ordered studies will examine how pollutants emitted by the company affected the health and environment of WNY communities.
Unintended exclusion on social media may be linked to inhibited thought and negative emotions, a new UB study suggests
A new UB study is adding critical nuance toward better understanding the association between breastfeeding and infant health.
The consortium led by UB will continue its groundbreaking work capturing critical biological processes at the atomic level using X-ray lasers.
A new study outlines a new model that includes dew point temperatures, which researchers say presents a more accurate view.
We need to take a step back from ourselves to see maximum benefits when facing stressors, according to results of a UB-led study.
After years of work, Beata Csatho and Tony Schenk attended the launch of the ICESat-2 satellite, which was carried into orbit by the last Delta II rocket.