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COVID-19 UPDATES • 4/20/2021
A pioneering new study by UB psychologist Michael Poulin examines the social effects of mindfulness.
Noted vaccine researcher John R. Mascola outlined the development of the COVID-19 vaccines and looked ahead to the future in his keynote adress at the CTSI Annual Forum.
Patients with mild or moderate symptoms are needed for the NIH-funded study of drugs that received emergency use authorizations early in the pandemic.
The UB researcher is being honored for her lifetime contributions to research and her mentoring of future nurse researchers.
Developed by a team from the School of Management, Vaccinehound.org is a one-stop shop that lists appointment openings throughout the region.
With SUNY funding, UB teams are working on wastewater surveillance of disease and automated cloth mask production.
But this support did not have the same effect for female students being bullied at boarding schools, according to results of a UB-led study.
Confirmation that variants are circulating locally points to the need for continued public health measures and more vaccinations, researchers say.
The annual event is part of the School of Public Health and Health Professions' celebration of National Public Health Week.
The grant to oral biologist Keith Kirkwood would support work to reprogram white blood cells to help lower chronic inflammation and immunosuppression.
Two papers by UB researchers reveal important new findings as to how regeneration of myelin in multiple sclerosis fails and, potentially, more efficient ways to treat it.
A new $2.2 million project will explore how water moves through Helheim Glacier, influencing how fast the glacier sheds ice into the sea.
The annual conference connects students, faculty and others with some of the nation’s top scholars of computational and data-enabled science.