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March Madness bracket
4/17/14

A 7-ton magnetic resonance imaging scanner that will make possible groundbreaking research into multiple sclerosis, stroke and other diseases was delivered to UB’s Clinical and Translational Research Center last week.

MRI scanner hoisted into CTRC
4/17/14

A 7-ton magnetic resonance imaging scanner that will make possible groundbreaking research into multiple sclerosis, stroke and other diseases was delivered to UB’s Clinical and Translational Research Center last week.

Reed-Danahay receives NEH grant
4/17/14

Anthropologist Deborah Reed-Danahay has received an award from the National Endowment for the Humanities to complete the draft manuscript of her fifth book.

Police cars
4/17/14

Guns aren’t the only thing killing police officers, a new book by UB faculty member John Violanti maintains.

Improving alcohol treatment strategies
4/17/14

Making alcohol treatment more efficient and effective is the long-term goal of a $2.7 million grant to UB’s Research Institute on Addictions.

How best to prevent child sex abu
4/14/14

A new book by UB faculty member Charles Patrick Ewing examines
the ways adults have tried to protect children from sexual abuse.

Tackling challenges of aging population
4/10/14

The School of Social Work's Institute of Innovative Aging Policy and Practice aims to address the challenges faced by America's fastest-growing demographic.

New treatment for alcohol problems
4/10/14

A study published by UB’s Research Institute on Addictions suggests a new approach to help certain people stop drinking.

Showcasing undergraduate research
4/10/14

Three UB undergraduates joined their peers from across the SUNY system in presenting original research at the Innovative Exploration Forum, a celebration of undergraduate research held April 1 in Albany.

Low-dose aspirin won’t prevent pregnancy loss
4/10/14

The Effects of Aspirin in Gestation and Reproduction (EAGeR) medical trial has found that, in general, low-dose aspirin is not beneficial for future pregnancy outcomes in women with prior pregnancy loss.

Determining deception
4/7/14

A new study co-authored by UB researcher Mark Frank has found that a computer system can spot real or faked expressions of pain better than humans.