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The forum, “Comrade Sisters and The Leadership of Black Women Organizers,” will take place from 5 to 6 p.m. on Monday, March 27.
Study suggests that light therapy may be effective at slowing cardiovascular aging.
The exhibit is based on the book “Louise Blanchard Bethune: Every Woman Her Own Architect,” by Kelly Hayes McAlonie, the first biography to thoroughly explore Bethune’s life and accomplishments.
The speaker, Devon W. Carbado, is a renowned scholar of constitutional law, criminal procedure and critical race theory.
A UB physician who specializes in caring for newborns will receive the Physician of the Year Award from The Western New York Perinatal Bereavement Network, Inc. (WNYPBN).
A veritable who’s who of impactful community organizations will be sharing their wisdom on Thursday, March 23, when the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences hosts its first Community Engagement Fair.
The study is being run through the Department of Pediatrics in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
New study explores factors that increase adoption of AI in teams.
The National Science Foundation grant will support work that maximizes learning and job opportunities, Rep. Brian Higgins says.
Along with Roswell Park, For-Robin and USC, UB has secured $3.5 million to create a ‘liquid biopsy’ could help spot cancer sooner, improve treatment.
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