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Children can enroll in a clinical study of Pfizer’s new Lyme disease vaccine run through the Department of Pediatrics at UB.
Building upon a popular problem-solving model, researchers find an upshot to miscommunication.
The White House cites the project as an example of how to combat nutrition insecurity and diet-related disease.
A new study suggests light therapy may be effective at slowing cardiovascular aging.
A new School of Management study explores the factors that increase adoption of artificial intelligence in teams.
Along with Roswell Park, For-Robin and USC, UB has secured $3.5 million to create a “liquid biopsy” that could help spot cancer sooner and improve treatment.
This often-forgotten group is key to ensuring research discoveries improve health for all, CTSI researchers say.
The UB medical anthropologist has been recognized by the Society for Applied Anthropology.
Kelly Hayes McAlonie is launching her book about Louise Blanchard Bethune at the Hotel Lafayette, the historic building designed by Bethune.
Ahmed Soliman plans to study the impact of proton pump inhibitors on the cardiovascular health of postmenopausal women.