The students are working with five county health departments to help them respond to the pandemic as quickly and efficiently as possible.


While volunteering in New York City, UB addiction medicine physician Tildabeth Doscher sees its effects up close


Western New Yorkers ─ including UB medical students and mentors, and a UB security guard ─ come together to make a video that sends that critical message.


UB infectious disease expert Thomas Russo offers some tips on what to look for to stay safe from the coronavirus while dining in a restaurant.


The reopening plan, which includes a phased return of employees, will align with Gov. Cuomo’s executive orders, including WNY’s progress with the state’s four-phased reopening.


Kang Sun has been awarded a $100,000 NASA grant to study air pollution in three regions of the world as it relates to COVID-19.


In a new Zoom interview, President Satish K. Tripathi and Provost A. Scott Weber talk about the plans being developed for the fall semester.


The UB faculty member’s testimony focuses on the strong community partnerships that are the basis of UB’s Community Health Equity Research Institute.


In the age of COVID-19, welcome bags for new UB residents and fellows include a homemade cloth face mask made by a local sewing group.


While stay-away orders haven't yet been lifted, now is the time to prepare for reopening labs, UB administrators stress at a virtual town hall.


Law professor Mark Bartholomew talks about contact tracing, which may become routine as we move from shelter-in-place to a less-restricted life.


A meeting in a Rite Aid parking lot secures the School of Nursing hundreds of surgical masks for its students.