7/1/20

Jian Feng is principal investigator on the $2.2 million NIH grant to develop a method to diagnose Parkinson’s disease before clinical symptoms are present.

7/1/20

Marlyce Godoy and Ahmed Saleh are further evidence of the EOC’s legacy of transforming lives.

6/30/20

Urban studies expert Henry Louis Taylor Jr. says this moment in history calls for a broad reimagining of societal institutions.

6/30/20

Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul visited the Jacobs School to talk about the importance of all New Yorkers wearing face masks to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus.

 

6/29/20

The study also found that EMS-attended deaths have doubled, indicating that when EMS calls were made, they often involved a far more serious emergency.

6/26/20

UB scientist Steven Fliesler and his colleagues report findings that challenge what was previously believed to cause a form of retinitis pigmentosa.

6/26/20

UB economist Joanne Song McLaughlin says older women faces with the possibility of both age and gender discrimination are "falling through the cracks."

6/26/20

The much-needed protective equipment is being given free to local practices as they return to providing oral health care.

6/25/20

The digital version of Name, the English department’s undergraduate literature and arts magazine, continues to build literary community.

6/25/20

The Creative Research Lab, led by UB alum Alan Zweibel, adapted to a virtual format to produce a video variety show inspired by Zweibel's SNL career.

6/24/20

These bubble-like structures called vesicles — crafted without traditional lipid building blocks — could potentially be engineered to deliver drugs, scientists say.  

6/24/20

Roberto Pili will develop and expand oncology programs to offer new treatment options for patients in Western New York and beyond.

Editor's note: New UB Seen items may become less frequent as activity on campus declines with implementation of telecommuting for staff and distance learning for faculty and students.

Kudos to the graduates!

While the COVID-19 pandemic has derailed traditional high school graduation ceremonies this year, graduates had the opportunity to take part in a different kind of celebration at a Drive-Thru Graduation held June 6 on the UB South Campus. Photos: Douglas Levere

Published June 12, 2020

In support of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) and our local chapter, Jacobs School SNMA members and faculty have created a video pledging their sincere determination acknowledge and address racism as a public health issue and to take action against the deleterious effects of systemic racism on minority populations.

Racism is a public health issue

In support of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) and UB's local chapter, Jacobs School SNMA members and faculty have created a video pledging their strong commitment to acknowledging and addressing racism as a public health issue and to taking action against the destructive effects of systemic racism on minority populations.

A Parking and Transportation Services staff member disinfects the interior of a shuttle fleet using an electrostatic fogging machine.

Parking and Transportation Services routinely disinfects the UB shuttle fleet using an electrostatic fogging machine. All touch points railings, arm rests and seat handles ─ on the shuttle are sprayed with a dissolved solution composed of effervescent disinfectant tablets. The driver’s cabin is disinfected before and after each use. Photo: Douglas Levere

Published June 29, 2020

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