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Children can enroll in a clinical study of Pfizer’s new Lyme disease vaccine run through the Department of Pediatrics at UB.
A School of Management study finds the ideal balance of performance and energy use.
UB surgeon Liise Kayler’s collaborative research program has dramatically improved access to kidney transplants, particularly in Buffalo’s underserved communities.
Jacobs School Dean Allison Brashear, the international expert on rapid-onset dystonia-parkinsonism and related disorders, is leading the NIH-funded study.
The UB School of Social Work researcher has been honored for her accomplishments and leadership on issues of social work practice and policy.
The winning research project in the prestigious competition focuses on helping to solve the opioid crisis in the U.S.
The UB-developed website helped tens of thousands of people get COVID-19 vaccinations, especially early on when demand was high and the vaccine was relatively scarce.
The keys to severe disability are cortical, deep gray matter and spinal cord damage, rather than lesions, a UB study shows.
A UB-led study has found that gene variations for immune and metabolic conditions have persisted in humans for more than 700,000 years.
The partnership will help scientists better identify and monitor new pathogens, as well as analyze how known viruses are changing.
Two new UB studies build knowledge upon how the embroyonic gene NANOG “rewires” metabolic networks.