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COVID-19 UPDATES • 7/8/2021
Scientists looked at the intergenerational relationship between parents and children over time, while balancing factors that could influence an aging parent’s health.
UB's Communities of Excellence initiative has helped set the stage for researchers and community partners to pivot quickly to address new challenges.
New book by Jacobs School surgery professor aims to better educate medical providers about the differences in vascular disease presentation and outcomes in women.
Numbers in Need, developed by the UB Regional Institute with The John R. Oishei Foundation, looks at local trends in poverty and its distribution across vulnerable populations.
The number far surpasses the Buffalo Institute of Genomics and Data Analytics’ commitment to create 250 jobs by next February.
A UB study found that media played an unwitting role in the growth of fake Russian Twitter accounts created to spread disinformation during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign.
A new mouse model reveals the hormone directly affects several key physiological functions.
UB neurologist Melissa Rayhill, who co-authored an editorial on the topic in JAMA, says a new approach could transform treatment for the debilitating condition.
Field biologists and NASA planes will document the distribution and function of species and ecosystems in the region.
A stock appears riskier when its prices are presented in an animated line graph rather than a traditional static line graph, according to new UB research.