Success Stories

12/15/15
Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest cancers: in the United States, only 7 percent of patients survive five years after diagnosis.
6/23/15
August 26, 2014, Dr. Chong Cheng was awarded with a collaborative grant from the Macromolecular, Supramolecular and Nanochemistry (MSN) program of the National Science Foundation. 
8/6/15
Study will lay foundation for research on oral microbiome and chronic diseases of aging
7/28/16
Scientists are using machine learning to identify important sequences of DNA within the mosquito genome that regulate how the insect’s cells develop and behave.
8/6/15
The University at Buffalo (UB) is a premier research-intensive public university with innovative faculty and students who introduce new technologies to improve people’s daily lives.
8/19/15

A new way to generate oligodendrocytes has potential to enhance treatments for brain injury, MS, Alzheimer’s and more.

6/23/15
Sentient Science and the CMI faculty were recently awarded funding from the U.S. Navy Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) for their proposed Bioelectronic Fusion Sensor System. 
8/6/15
To explore the proteomics of the SLOS rat model, the UB researchers, led by co-corresponding author Jun Qu, used ion-current-based proteomic profiling, a relatively new and sophisticated methodology for studying proteins.
6/23/15
Carnegie/DOE Alliance Center Academic Partner and UB Associate Professor, Eva Zurek wins the international "Promising Young Scientist Award" given to young scientists for outstanding achievements in chemistry and physics.
9/17/15
Stephen Koury and his colleagues in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, received the grant to educate regional high school teachers and recruit high school students to pursue careers in STEM fields.