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3/24/20

UB psychiatry resident Erik Radick says pro athletes with CTE are shown to be more likely to take their own lives.

4/1/20

Manoj Mammen is among clinicians from around the world who took part in the accelerated effort to develop guidelines to treat critically ill patients.

3/25/20

The study by nursing researchers found “significant association” between alcohol or marijuana use and insufficient sleep in high school students.

3/24/20

UB psychiatry resident Erik Radick says pro athletes with CTE are shown to be more likely to take their own lives.

3/19/20

But UB marine biologist Howard Lasker says one species can't simply replace another.

3/18/20

New research targets high-frequency noises that may damage health — even if you can’t hear them.

3/12/20

The Heartline Study will explore whether iPhones and Apple Watches can detect AFib — a major cause of stroke — earlier, leading to improved health outcomes.

3/11/20

UB medical residents at a safety net clinic dramatically reduced inappropriate prescriptions for proton pump inhibitors from 80% to 30%.

3/10/20

Narrative affects the perception of the person who is delivering the message, according to research by UB communication professor Melanie Green.

3/6/20

At Saturday sessions at the Canalside museum, UB students will use playful experiments to share child development knowledge with parents.

3/6/20

UB researchers have published the first study comparing brain changes in patients who have MS or other neurological diseases, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

3/2/20

A meeting at UB aims to create a set of definitions to allow computer programs to communicate across different operating and software systems.  

2/19/20

The NSF-supported research that uses “spacetime-varying metamaterials” could have implications in communications, medicine and other fields.