Panelists at the virtual session update faculty and staff about the protocol changes in the wake of the pandemic.
A comprehensive literature review by UB neurologist Gil Wolfe suggests the virus can cause and exacerbate neuromuscular symptoms in some patients.
UB scientists offer data that show that if they're deployed widely, behaviors like mask-wearing can help avoid outbreaks like those in the South and West.
Campus Dining and Shops will follow safety regulations and provide up-to-the-minute information to ensure a safe experience for diners on campus.
With cases surging in the South and West, the group founded by a UB medical resident has moved its focus from overseas conflict zones to the U.S.
When she’s not at the clinic, Student Health Services nurse practitioner Theresa Betz can be found at her sewing machine.
The guidelines were informed by recommendations from the CDC, NYS Department of Health, SUNY and UB faculty experts.
Several studies are focused on data collection that can be used to better understand how to combat COVID-19.
UB biochemist Mark O'Brian says the severe scrutiny of two major papers on the coronavirus is part of science's normal process of self-correction.
Pediatrics researchers also have been tapped to establish patient registries and develop guidelines for treating children with COVID-19.
Tristan Lynn and Joseph Crane have formed a tight bond through the shared experience of treating COVID-19 patients.
A limited return to facilities, along with ongoing remote operations, allows time-sensitive research to resume while focusing on the health and safety of employees.