UB researchers found that more than 90 % of those in the telemedicine arm at an opioid treatment program were cured of HCV infection compared to 35.2% of participants referred to an offsite specialist.
The past five years have seen significant advancements in diagnosing and treating multiple sclerosis, but challenges remain — especially among patients who are living longer — according to a new paper in Lancet by University at Buffalo researchers.
Lindsey Alico, a Western New York native who, until recently, was co-director of the genetic counseling program at Sarah Lawrence College, has been hired to implement and direct the genetic counseling program at UB.
The Oct. 7 attack on Israel dramatically changed everything in that country. But for the Haroush family, living in central Israel, life had begun to change prior to that date but for very different reasons.
The University at Buffalo (UB) Center for Integrated Global Biomedical Sciences (CIGBS) has announced plans to launch, Stop Diabetes Progression, a new health initiative, focusing on the creation of community-based education networks in Western New York, Jamaica and Zimbabwe to engage individuals with pre-diabetes and those with an established diagnosis of diabetes mellitus. The goal of this new initiative is to stop the progression of the disease for both groups.
Improving maternal health outcomes is the focus of “A Mother Pearl Young Legacy Forum on Hope and Healing: Advancing Key Maternal Health Policies,” which will take place from noon to 2 p.m. Sept. 29 at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
New hires present unprecedented opportunity to move the university’s long-range Top 25 Ambition forward and grow the faculty ranks in four key interdisciplinary areas of university strength and global importance.