Buffalo Research News CTSI.

Welcome to the community newsletter of UB’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute. Buffalo Research News is designed to create awareness around research, promote research opportunities in Western New York and beyond, and showcase the important roles the CTSI’s community partners play with research. Click here to see all Buffalo Research News articles.

  • Vol. 5, Issue 3
    June is National Cancer Survivors Month, and you can lend support by taking part in the Ride for Roswell and learning about recent cancer research.
  • Vol. 5, Issue 2
    UB's 2024 Step Challenge, running from April 1 to 30, offers all Western New Yorkers an opportunity to get active, feel better, and have fun.
  • Vol. 5, Issue 1
    University at Buffalo research coordinators discuss what is important for community members to know about study participation.
  • Vol. 4, Issue 6
    Discover how to go green this holiday season, learn about a new NIH designation for people with disabilities, and look back at 2023 events.
  • Vol. 4, Issue 5
    UB's Remi M. Adelaiye-Ogala, PhD, a CTSI K Scholar alumna, shares how she balances her work as a cancer researcher with her family life.
  • Vol. 4, Issue 4
    A new University at Buffalo study is exploring how parents can make feeding their children and teens easier and more exciting.
  • Vol. 4, Issue 3
    UB researchers are working on a new project that aims to make it easier for parents to make healthy choices while grocery shopping.
  • Vol. 4, Issue 2
    Check out 12 ways adults and children can connect with UB — from research to summer camps — and have fun doing it.  
  • Vol. 4, Issue 1
    Experts from the University at Buffalo share mental health recommendations and guidance for Western New Yorkers.
  • Vol. 3, Issue 5
    The CTSI offers healthy holiday season tips, shares details on a long COVID registry, and explores symptoms of colds, the flu and COVID-19.
  • Vol. 3, Issue 4
    The CTSI community newsletter looks at how parents can help kids deal with school anxiety, violence, and bullying.
  • Vol. 3, Issue 3
    The CTSI community newsletter shares community resources and support services, and highlights recent UB studies.
  • Vol. 3, Issue 2
    The CTSI community newsletter explores UB’s Brain Train, a program designed to help the community better understand brain health and disease.
  • Vol. 3, Issue 1
    UB’s CTSI community newsletter shares a UB researcher’s important message: “Protect yourself and your baby from COVID-19: Get vaccinated!”
  • Vol. 2, Issue 6
    The CTSI community newsletter shares the latest news on COVID-19 booster shots and on COVID vaccines for children ages 5 to 11.