Students will engage in mentored projects under the leadership of Dr. Stephanie Anzman-Frasca, conducting laboratory- and community-based studies in the area of children’s eating behavior and obesity prevention.
Seeking students to examine the ways in which religious texts and scholars circulated across Asia, assembling materials to be employed in a future graduate seminar on the history of translation in Asian religious traditions.
In this project, we will use a variety of pharmacological and sophisticated molecular techniques, including optogenetics, to determine which brain regions and neurotransmitters are responsible for the motivation to consume alcohol.
Students will contribute to the development of ongoing project: smart insole, extending the existing work for three new applications: human computer interface; ambulatory tracking; and timed up and go system.
Members of the UB and Buffalo communities have been traveling to Mara, Tanzania, since 2009, collaborating with partners in support of women’s empowerment and community development. You are invited to contribute your talents and expertise through related projects.