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New UB research has found evidence that behavioral symptoms may
be alleviated by targeting a set of genes involved in the
RIA scientist Samir Haj-Dahmane has discovered how certain
neurotransmitters are transported and reach their targets in the
Hispanics who were homeless, under 19 or had U.S. citizenship
shared a preference for English, UB research has found.
A UB study finds support from online forums improves self-care
for HIV patients, but excessive amounts can be overwhelming.
The absence of TTP, a protein critical to the control of
inflammation, may lead to rapid and severe bone loss, according to
a new UB study.
Expressive writing about bias is not always a beneficial
exercise, research by UB professor Melanie Green has found.
The coveted award will support the UB chemist's work creating
research tools to speed development of new materials.
A study by social work researcher Elizabeth Bowen explores why
people are hungry, despite food pantries and SNAP.
The grants to four faculty members will be used to advance drug
safety for the elderly and improve treatments for COPD and
Reality TV played a key role in Donald Trump winning the
presidency in 2016, a study by UB psychologist Shira Gabriel has
A new imaging method developed by UB's Thomas Grant will
dramatically improve how scientists “see inside”
molecular structures in solution.
UB's Pavani Ram is among the contributors to a Stanford-led
study of children in poor regions of Bangladesh.