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COVID-19: UB Planning and Response • Updated 7/2/2020
While volunteering in New York City, UB addiction medicine physician Tildabeth Doscher sees its effects up close
Nursing scholar Yu-Ping Chang aims to change the way traditional primary care approaches mental health.
UB staff member Dan Ryan is lifting up his North Buffalo community with the sounds of his bagpipes.
A generation of Puerto Rican chemists has thrived in Buffalo, thanks to the mentorship of UB faculty member Luis Colón.
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.
Two UB urban planners suggest that calls for preserving architecturally significant low-income housing complexes may be forgetting those who matter most.
UB law professor Athena Mutua offers her thoughts on the police and other issues raised during the recent weeks of social protests.
UB emergency medicine physician Robert McCormack says guarding against dehydration is key, especially for the elderly and the very young.
UB biochemist Mark O'Brian says the severe scrutiny of two major papers on the coronavirus is part of science's normal process of self-correction.
Architecture professor Korydon Smith talks about the partnership to develop a DIY fabric mask that is not only protective, but affordable and scalable.
Law professor Mark Bartholomew talks about contact tracing, which may become routine as we move from shelter-in-place to a less-restricted life.
UB political scientist Jacob Neiheisel says the voting booth still serves a vital purpose, despite technological advancements and alternative voting.
The electrical engineer was recognized for outstanding contributions to the development and biomedical applications of fast MRI with sparse sampling.
UB’s retired vice provost for international education has been honored by NAFSA: Association of International Educators for his achievements in international education and exchange.
It's been a busy year for composer David Felder, who released three new recordings, as well as transitioned June in Buffalo to a virtual format.
The pharmacy school faculty member has been recognized by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.