A new UB study examining COVID variants discusses the range of severity in the effects of MIS-C in children that suffered from Omicron as compared to Delta; structural health inequalities also played a role in how demographic data is analyzed as a result of this inquiry.
A multidisciplinary team consisting of UB researchers and administrators has been awarded a $1.5 million NSF grant to further the study of integrative learning methods that bolster STEM outcomes among underrepresented student bodies.
A new study co-authored by UB RENEW faculty member and Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Martin Trebbin, has led to the creation of a new device that concentrates aerosol movement. This research is being revered as an "important achievement in fluid dynamics and microfluidics."
UB takes pride in its many methods of community engagement, and a recent partnership between the Tool Library - a nonprofit tool sharing initiative - and the new Student Engagement work study program is showcasing the university's role in helping to empower our community.
UB Law Professor, Irus Braverman, discusses the interconnectivity of health among plants, animals, and humans in her new publication, "More-than-One Health: Humans, Animals, and the Environment Post-COVID."
UB has been chosen to receive a highly competitive National Science Foundation grant in an effort to create an institute that focuses on developing artificial intelligence systems that identify and facilitate treatment for children with speech and language issues.
UB Medicine students worked alongside UB Heals - the university's street medicine outreach initiative - to provide aid to those affected by the Holiday Blizzard of 2022. The volunteers were located at Buffalo's Greyhound station on Ellicott Street and supplied those in need with medical supplies, food, and clothing.
PhD candidate and first-generation college student Michelle Goulette is this year's recipient of the Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Research Scholars (HPRS) Fellowship for health equity research. She will use the money from this award to finance her research on health inequalities associated with cannabis legalization.