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GSE's Open Education Research Lab will support SUNY's efforts to promote the use of open or free educational materials.
UB research identifying M3R receptor as a promising drug target helps lay the foundation for future clinical trials.
Alison Treichel is the first UB medical student to receive a Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Clinical Research Mentorship program award.
UB researcher Catherine Cook-Cottone hopes her work will pave the way for health care insurers to cover therapeutic yoga.
Social work researcher Noelle St. Vil’s analysis uncovers barriers women face when entering new relationships.
A $3 million implementation science grant will support the work of faculty scholars who will help ensure medical innovations reach the patient.
UB psychologist Jamie Ostrov says recognizing the difference may mean new directions for interventions.
A companion paper calls the UB discovery “a major step forward” in defining hypervirulent Klebsiella pneumoniae.
In a larger study, patients with Type 1 diabetes also saw improvement in blood sugars and body weight.
UB’s Business and Entrepreneur Partnership team’s first annual impact study highlights the university’s role in WNY economic development.
A UB study finds the grain used to make beer and soup is an ideal and safe contrast agent for diagnosing swallowing disorders.
The UB-led study will examine the impacts of plant emissions and other pollutants on the health of nearby communities.