Research News

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8/8/18

A new UB study shows how heavy drinking affects diet.

7/31/18

Research led by Larry Hawk finds that stimulants improve short-term working memory and the ability to inhibit.

7/30/18

A UB field station gave scientists from around the world the rare chance to conduct controlled blasts at a larger scale than the lab can provide.

7/27/18

UB urban planner calls for the U.S., Canadian sides of the Falls to douse their nighttime lights to make visible this rare atmospheric occurrence.

7/26/18

Psychology professor has been named president-elect of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior.

7/25/18

A UB tobacco policy expert says 1980s warning labels failed to distinguish between the harms of cigarettes and smokeless tobacco.

7/25/18

The UB-led research suggests the gene may play a role in regulating the immune system’s response to threats.

7/18/18

UB research identifying M3R receptor as a promising drug target helps lay the foundation for future clinical trials.

7/17/18

Alison Treichel is the first UB medical student to receive a Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Clinical Research Mentorship program award.

7/17/18

GSE's Open Education Research Lab will support SUNY's efforts to promote the use of open or free educational materials.

7/16/18

UB researcher Catherine Cook-Cottone hopes her work will pave the way for health care insurers to cover therapeutic yoga.

7/13/18

Social work researcher Noelle St. Vil’s analysis uncovers barriers women face when entering new relationships.  

7/11/18

A $3 million implementation science grant will support the work of faculty scholars who will help ensure medical innovations reach the patient.