In a year of unrelenting challenges, members of the UB community have worked tirelessly to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pharmacy faculty Karl Fiebelkorn and Christopher Daly say Cuomo's order removing the 90-day delay allows UB pharmacy students to play an active role in distributing the vaccine.
Successes and lessons learned from the fall helped the university improve plans for the spring.
UB’s Janet Yang says Biden’s appeal to sympathy and solidarity can influence people’s support for scientifically grounded response measures.
UB architecture students developed illustrations to build awareness of COVID-19 safety guidelines among residents of multifamily housing.
Researchers led by UB's Michael Russell argue the mucosal immune system is the initial point of infection for the coronavirus.
A UB program helped students from around the world examine their experiences during the pandemic by creating COVID-themed comics.
A paper by UB's Lucia Leone reflects on how the pandemic has changed food retail, and offers suggestions for studying that impact on retail and on consumer behavior.
UB librarians have repeatedly answered the call to rapidly and accurately inform the public, both on campus and on the frontlines.
The testing was triggered by parts of Erie County meeting New York State's “yellow zone” metrics for increases in COVID-19 positivity rates, cases and hospital admissions.
The university will be prepared to implement all aspects of SUNY’s reopening guidance for the spring semester.
The university will run testing sites at Alumni Arena, Harriman Hall and the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences through Nov. 18.