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UB research could lead to treatments for pregnant mothers at
risk for bearing children with the disease.
UB officials offer statement following the rollback of federal
guidelines on transgender students’ rights.
Czarnecki joined the UB Council in 2004, and most recently
served as vice chair.
Using a $500,000 grant, researchers will work teachers to
improve how sexual abuse is recognized, reported and prevented.
The book was written by James Campbell, UB Distinguished
Professor of Political Science.
Projects by Erkin Özay and Miguel Guitart received 2017
Architectural Education awards.
The program also includes the Secret Service, New York State
Police and U.S. Attorney's Office.
The keynote speaker was Stefan Doyno, a UB alumnus and producer
for ABC's “Nightline."
SPHHP's Markatou is key player in study assessing methadone
pharmacokinetics as function of liver fibrosis.
Hundreds of BPS students will learn about personalized medicine
at Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus on Thursday.
The beginnings of operational excellence lie in 13 business
process and systems improvements initiatives.
The visit by Robert Gallo coincided with UB joining the Global
Virus Network, a prestigious international research community.
The videos, featuring faculty discussing their research in two
minutes, roll out weekly.
NY's second highest ranking official encouraged students to
continue breaking down barriers in male-dominated fields.
The artist will create a permanent mural on Buffalo's East Side
as part of her Creative Arts Initiative residency.
Results suggest product satisfaction, perceived harm or danger,
and product type all work together to promote use or avoidance.
UB scientist Katarzyna Kordas says more studies are needed to
support dietary recommendations for children with elevated blood
A pilot program emphasizes the importance of digital media
literacy to enhance the employment opportunities for UB
GSE professor Greg Fabiano's parenting workshops for ADHD kids
focus on catching good behavior, rather than bad.
The nine semifinalists for the prestigious award are the largest
number ever for the university.
interactiveX's Classavo technology platform helps profs convert
their paper-based courses into online experiences.
Results of the UB-led study brings us closer to understanding
which older adults with MS may be at higher risk of getting
University of Michigan scholar Timothy McKay will address how
students learn amid the flood of technology.
Speakers at UB's second annual Shared Governance Day stressed
the importance of open communication in achieving larger
The conference will address the legal challenges posed by
climate change from both a Buffalo and global perspective.
ensemble mise-en, a rising contemporary classical music
collective based in NYC, will perform a concert of works by
The UB dental school offered dental screenings to children and
adults with special needs, an overlooked population in dental
UB will create and test workflow innovations using a standard
vocabulary and set of categories to support digital
Epidemiologist Jo Freudenheim presented the paper at
the American Society of Preventive Oncology Conference.
Buffalo eighth-graders gathered on the Buffalo Niagara Medical
Campus for a program designed to encourage them to pursue careers
in STEM fields.
UB faculty responses to the national COACHE survey will help
advance initiatives to enhance diversity and inclusion on
Not likely, according to a UB researcher who cites the
shortcomings of studies that appear to link e-cigs to later
Since taking part in the inaugural SPHHP Step Challenge last
year, UB staff member Michael May has lost more than 80 pounds.
Debra Thompson has been named associate executive director of
the UB Educational Opportunity Center.
Several UB graduate and professional degree programs have been
cited as among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World
The lecture by Jerome McGann, a founder of the field of digital
humanities, honors the work of the longtime UB faculty member.
An assessment tool under development by a UB team could reduce
chronic pain, prevent economic losses and improve surgical
The UB Women’s Club Ice Hockey team overcomes the odds to
compete in its national tournament this week.
Funding and tax incentives are extended to WIN's partner
incubator companies until 2021.
The $75,000 gift will increase support by UB's Women in Science
and Engineering program for women in STEM.
A UB study yields neural crest cells from adult skin cells, and
could lead to new treatments for Parkinson’s and other brain
Architecture professors Brian Carter and Annette LeCuyer have
been honored by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.
Refugees and immigrant families are welcome to attend the Naw
Ruz celebration of food, dancing and music.
Foxtrot or tango? On the biological dance floor, careful
choreography may decide how well a suitor is able to woo a
A UB team is developing a tool that uses MP3 principles to
alleviate the problem of multiple alarms blending together and
failing to alert caregivers to emergencies.
Penn faculty member Peggy Compton will discuss opioid abuse in
chronic pain patients at the UB Nursing lecture.
Talks on glacial ice and global warming at the 47th annual
International Arctic Workshop are open to the public.
The renowned string quartet will perform UB composer David
Felder's “Netivot” in a concert March 31 at UB.
A UB study aims to evaluate the role of pharmacists in patients'
transition from hospital to home.
The UB Libraries presents an exhibit that explores the year that
helped to define the university.
The annual event on the North Campus provides high-achieving
high school students with a glimpse of a “big college”
SUNY Distinguished Professor Marilyn E. Morris has been named
chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The UB-led study is based on the virtual actions of more than
80,000 players of the role-playing video game ArcheAge.
The keynote speaker at UB's annual conference will offer advice
for women pursuing STEM careers.
More than $110,000 in funding will support pilot studies on a
superbug, psoriasis and eczema, and three deadly fungi.
UB architect Jin Young Song’s Emboss Tower design was a
finalist in an international competition focused on more
The second phase of the Heart of the Campus project will
consolidate essential student services in one convenient
More than 200 African studies specialists will visit UB for the
annual meeting of the New York African Studies Association.
A UB researcher's streamlined analysis may provide additional
tools to treat a variety of psychological disorders.
Practitioners from across UB shared expertise, untangled
challenges and learned best practices during UB's inaugural
CIRTL@UB aims to improve the teaching skills and increase the
diversity of future university faculty in STEM fields.
The new HiTOP model addresses what the authors say are
limitations to the traditional models like DSM-5.
The Center for Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness'
conference will focus on social innovation and
She is an expert in commercial law, insurance law, regulation of
financial entities and legal ethics.
Illness and other unexpected events can lead to political
polarization, pushing moderates toward extremism.
Study provides evidence that climate change can both stall and
promote invasive species growth.
Faculty are encouraged to weigh in on UB practices, policies and
working conditions by taking the COACHE survey.
Children with Type 2 diabetes tend to have poorer oral health
than children who don't, study finds.
Researchers from UB’s Center for Literacy and Reading
Instruction will take a closer look at gender in an after-school
Grant will be used for materials science research that aims to
make next generation vehicles carbon-neutral.
Refugee Health Summit and Global Innovation Challenge highlight
offerings organized by two global-focused offices at UB.
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NPR’s The Takeaway talks to Matthew
Grizzard, assistant professor of communication, about the
debate over whether the public should have access to footage of
An article in The Atlantic about artificial intelligence
and the potential to use facial scans to infer personality traits
and behaviors interviews Mark Frank, professor of
communication, about this controversial area of research.