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COVID-19 UPDATES • 11/30/2020
UB’s Center for Integrated Global Biomedical Sciences, led by director Gene Morse, will partner with CW Labs to further understanding of the therapeutic uses of cannabinoids.
The mRehab program provides users with feedback on their recovery and performance specifically pertaining to upper limb mobility.
Sarahmona Przybyla received a Special Recognition Award from NYS Health Commissioner Howard Zucker during World AIDS Day summit.
The UB neurologist's research on thymectomy was the basis for a major change in the guidance for caring for patients with myasthenia gravis.
The new federal contract funds the groundbreaking national study of health issues affecting postmenopausal women through 2027.
UB geologist Mary Alice Coffroth is part of a consortium that has created the first common framework for increasing comparability of research findings on coral bleaching.
UB scientists are working with startup Garwood Medical Devices to evaluate a medical device that utilizes UB-licensed technology and bring it a step closer to clinical use in amputees.
Researchers led by UB's Michael Russell argue the mucosal immune system is the initial point of infection for the coronavirus.
Taken together, the two papers send a powerful message: “Sit less, walk more for heart health,” says UB epidemiologist Michael LaMonte.
UB's Palah Light Lab takes a feminist and queer-centered approach in its mission of political engagement and social justice through instruction, poetry and gaming.
Eaton Lattman, Xiufeng Liu, Janet Morrow and Stefan Ruhl have been recognized for their scientifically or socially distinguished efforts to advance science.
UB researchers are turning to AI-guided robots and chemical recycling to make discarded plastic easier to reuse.