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neurons
6/25/15

When you’re having trouble sleeping, light is the last thing you assume you need. But UB researchers say it may be the answer for lung cancer patients with insomnia.

Digging into the Sandbox
6/25/15

The innovative Buffalo Student Sandbox provides funding to eight student-led technology startups.

Shine the light
6/25/15

When you’re having trouble sleeping, light is the last thing you assume you need. But UB researchers say it may be the answer for lung cancer patients with insomnia.

Confederate flag debate
6/25/15

The emblem is a divisive symbol that should not be flown from public buildings, says UB Civil War historian Carole Emberton.

Benefits for front-runner
6/22/15

UB political scientist James Campbell says that having close to 20 Republican candidates in the presidential primary race actually could help the front-runner.

Sudit to lead sponsored programs
6/22/15

Moises Sudit, an entrepreneur, research professor and center director, has been appointed as UB’s associate vice president for sponsored programs.

New insights into cocaine addiction
6/18/15

UB researchers have discovered a previously unknown neural pathway that can regulate changes made in the brain due to cocaine use, providing new insight into the molecular basis of cocaine addiction.

Career honor
6/18/15

UB faculty member Venu Govindaraju, a globally recognized expert in machine learning and pattern recognition, has received the IAPR/ICDAR Outstanding Achievements Award from the International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR).

Tailored treatment
6/18/15

UB addiction experts have received a $3 million federal grant to explore whether treatments tailored to a person’s behavior before seeking help will result in better treatment outcomes.  

Survivors at risk for PTSD
6/18/15

UB faculty member Steven Dubovsky says the way survivors of the Charleston church shooting deal with the aftermath is critical to whether they will develop post-traumatic stress disorder.

Exceptional faculty
6/18/15

Eleven of UB’s best and brightest teachers and researchers have been named recipients of the university’s 2015 Exceptional Scholar and Teaching Innovation awards.