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The UB forensic scientist has published the first novel in a Buffalo-based crime series.
Diane Christian and Bruce Jackson continue to teach, publish and collaborate after nearly 50 years of personal and professional togetherness.
A lifelong love of flight and airplanes has shaped the life and teaching of UB engineering professor Joseph Mollendorf.
The director of university events has had a front-row seat for events that have helped define the university for nearly 40 years.
Faculty experts weigh in on trending topics. Their views and opinions are based on their expertise and research, and do not represent the official positions of UB.
Although Pope Francis removed the papal secrecy rule, more barriers to justice remain for the victims, UB law professor Christine Bartholomew says.
UB historian David Herzberg says the government has tried to harness a profit-driven drug industry to serve public health before.
UB law professor Nicole Hallett says all parties could benefit from increasing the minimum wage for restaurant workers.
Social work researcher Gretchen Ely says the amendment hurts mostly young, poor women of color.
Law professor Errol Meidinger talks about his new book that examines a big-picture approach to improving climate change, agriculture and sports.
UBNow sat down with nursing dean Marsha Lewis to talk about a number of topics, including the school’s strategic plan and how it aligns with UB’s Top 25 ambition.
UBNow sat down with dental school dean Joseph Zambon to learn more about the school’s community service efforts and recent successes.
President Satish K. Tripathi sat down with UBNow to expand on some of the points he made during his eighth State of the University address.
The India-based Madras Diabetes Research Foundation will honor the SUNY Distinguished Professor with its 2020 Life Time Contribution Award.
Jennifer Read will lead the Epidemiology, Prevention and Behavior Research Review Group, a panel of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
The posthumous award recognizes the UB oral biologist for creating inventions that have made a tangible impact on society.
Michael W. Russell was recognized for his novel approaches to mucosal immunization, and the induction and function of secretory and serum IgA antibodies.