UB infectious disease expert Timothy Murphy offers his assessment of what we’ve learned about transmission and prevention of the coronavirus.
Changing makeup of a specific protein has the potential to neutralize the virus.
Research led by UB faculty member Jonathan Lovell suggests that transforming a coronavirus protein into a nanoparticle could potentially neutralize the virus.
SUNY is requiring that on-campus students be tested within 10 days of a campus’ closing of in-person instruction for the fall semester.
Officials attribute the decrease to the campus community’s cooperation with UB’s health and safety guidelines, as well as surveillance testing.
UB students are very satisfied with instruction so far this semester, according to the results of a new survey from Academic Affairs.
These agents can stimulate the immune system to “take another look” at a foreign body.
From gross anatomy to pharmacy clinical rotations, students are gaining experience under heightened safety measures implemented by UB and the county health department.
Architecture students used their design skills to create comfortable, wearable devices that help the users maintain six feet of separation.
In his annual address, UB's president points to research accomplishments, scholarly productivity and heightened philanthropy amid the public health crisis.
Beginning on Oct. 13, the COVID-19 screening tool will feature text reminders, as well as a change in requirements for employees and others who do business with UB.
The White House Rose Garden event showed us what not to do, UB infectious disease specialist Thomas Russo says.