News and views for UB faculty and staff
Colleagues of the late nursing researcher Ellen Volpe are
continuing her work on a promising treatment for PTSD among urban
UB's IDeA Center is working with the NFTA to make public
transportation more accessible.
UB engineering grads launch Mogabi to offer a new engagement
tool to mid-sized businesses.
A new UB study interviewed first responders for insight into how
advance care planning can help people with intellectual
The social work professor will use the Robert Wood Johnson
Foundation grant to conduct a literature review on recurrent
The UB-led study highlights the benefits of equipping first
responders with a supply of the opioid overdose drug.
UB has been named a Center of Academic Excellence by two federal
agencies with an interest in building U.S. expertise in the
Elevated bile acids in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver
disease point to novel interventions, such as personalized
A UB study will look at how misinformation spread on Twitter
during Harvey and Irma to improve response to false rumors during
UB has received a NSF grant to establish an I-Corps program to
develop scientific and engineering discoveries into useful
A new study is the first to find that cell volume can influence
if stem cells become pre-bone cells or pre-fat cells.
A UB ecologist is developing a new mapping tool that could help
us understand how global warming will impact plant and animal
A new non-contact, remote biometric tool could be the next
advance in computer security.