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MATTERS, an opioid treatment and referral service, is expanding its services throughout New York State and beyond.
Study aims to fill a gap by investigating socio-economic, racial and ethnic disparities in children’s health and development from birth through the first year of life.
New research published in Nature Neuroscience published on January 19, reveals how differentiation of similar memories occurs on a cellular level.
The hope for the partnership is to encourage exchanges of faculty and students and create opportunities to develop joint research projects.
The funding, awarded to Neurovascular Diagnostics, comes from the National Institutes of Health.
Foundation recently awarded School of Dental Medicine $350,000 to serve rural and city residents, low-income older adults and more.
The Mother Cabrini Health Foundation has awarded Leslie Bisson a $300,000 grant to address barriers to bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation/automated external defibrillator (CPR/AED) training in underserved communities in Buffalo.
From harnessing AI to help children with speech and language impairments to drilling through 1,600 feet of ice, UB's list of accomplishments in 2023 was nothing short of spectacular.
E-cigarette use is rising among pregnant adolescents, according to a UB study published Dec. 13 in JAMA Network Open.
QAS.AI awarded $1 million National Science Foundation grant for clinical evaluation in Buffalo, Florida.
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