With omicron surging, UB infectious disease expert Thomas Russo says all masks are not created equal.
UB's updated policy aligns with public health guidelines and will take effect Jan. 17.
Don’t be misled by reports of “mild omicron,” UB researchers caution.
Work underway at UB’s CBLS has been key to the effort that sequences and analyzes as many as 1,000 viral samples every week.
UB physicians urge anyone who is pregnant or trying to conceive to get all three doses of the vaccine — two doses and the booster.
UB’s updated policy will take effect Jan. 1. Children 5 through 11 will be required to have at least the first dose of the vaccine to attend all athletic events at UB.
UB experts Timothy Murphy and Teresa Quattrin talk about the importance of booster shots and vaccinations for children ages 5-11.
All things considered, the fall semester turned out well for many UB students who didn’t quite know what to expect five months ago.
UB officials and infectious disease experts are keeping a close watch on the latest developments regarding the new COVID-19 variant of concern.
Conducted in late 2020, the UB-led study of ciclesonide was one of the first to look at steroids in patients with mild to moderate disease.
Look no further. UB physician Nancy Nielsen has some answers.
Although boosters are not mandatory for students, they are expected to play a key role in reducing breakthrough infections.