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Pregnant woman experiencing hyperemesis gravidarum
7/17/14

The School of Nursing has received a grant to study post-follow-up coordination between patients and their primary care physician.

Genome research moves forward
7/18/14

State economic development officials have approved spending $48 million to create a genome research center in Buffalo, part of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s Buffalo Billion initiative.

Tonawanda Health Study planned
7/18/14

UB researchers are preparing to conduct a major study that analyzes how Tonawanda Coke plant emissions have affected the health of area residents and employees.

Selected for prestigious forum
7/17/14

UB Law faculty members Matthew Steilen and Michael Boucai took part in the Harvard/Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum, which fosters scholarship by young scholars and enables them to present papers on cutting-edge topics in the law. 

The magic of music
7/17/14

UB education researchers are continuing their work to use music to help preschools learn language by developing a curriculum they will test on children enrolled in Head Start. 

AHRQ grant to fund study of hospital readmissions
7/17/14

The School of Nursing has received a grant to study post-follow-up coordination between patients and their primary care physician.

Humanities Institute names fellows
7/17/14

Eight faculty members whose research spans the full range of the humanities disciplines have been named Humanities Institute Faculty Research Fellows for 2014-15.

UB to host session on global HIV research
7/17/14

For the fifth straight year, UB faculty member Gene D. Morse has been invited to lead a session on research capacity building at an international conference.

Cartwright takes part in AAU panel
7/10/14

UB’s Alexander N. Cartwright joined nine other senior research officers from major U.S. universities in Washington, D.C., yesterday for a panel discussion on science, economic development and U.S. global competitiveness.

An eco-friendly alternative
7/10/14

A pilot program offering free Metro Rail use to members of the UB community helped participants reduce their carbon footprints and explore new places, a study has found.

Adding cognitive measures into surgical training
7/10/14

Researchers at UB and Roswell Park Cancer Institute have found that cognitive assessment can help measure the expertise of surgeons who perform robot-assisted surgery.