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COVID-19: UB Planning and Response • Updated 7/2/2020
Pediatrics researchers also have been tapped to establish patient registries and develop guidelines for treating children with COVID-19.
Joseph Balthasar will use the $1.8 million grant to support work to improve delivery of targeted therapies against solid tumors.
Several studies are focused on data collection that can be used to better understand how to combat COVID-19.
The electrical engineer was recognized for outstanding contributions to the development and biomedical applications of fast MRI with sparse sampling.
Reliably measuring recovery capital is the first step to advancing the science of better understanding how different sources of capital facilitate recovery.
A limited return to facilities, along with ongoing remote operations, allows time-sensitive research to resume while focusing on the health and safety of employees.
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.
Urban studies expert Henry Louis Taylor Jr. says this moment in history calls for a broad reimagining of societal institutions.
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.
UB scientist Steven Fliesler and his colleagues report findings that challenge what was previously believed to cause a form of retinitis pigmentosa.
UB economist Joanne Song McLaughlin says older women faces with the possibility of both age and gender discrimination are "falling through the cracks."
These bubble-like structures called vesicles — crafted without traditional lipid building blocks — could potentially be engineered to deliver drugs, scientists say.