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The training program funded by a grant to the School of Nursing will help better predict the functional decline, mortality and sleep of patients.
Patients benefit as UB surgeons bring minimally invasive surgery techniques to clinical sites in the region.
Artificial intelligence expert David Doermann was recruited to Buffalo to serve as UBuffalo.AI’s inaugural director.
The UB study also raises important questions about access to pain-management options.
The $359,000 grant from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s “Get Screened, No Excuses” initiative will support research on the role of the microbiome in breast cancer.
Drug makers tend to increase their ad budgets when stock market returns are higher than expected, new UB research shows.
Funding from the Hemophilia Center of WNY will help the Jacobs School address a shortage of physicians to treat non-malignant blood disorders.
Receipt of a $1.45M NSF grant comes as the field marks its latest big discovery: the observation of the Higgs boson’s most common mode of decay.
The frst-of-its-kind study shows the federally mandated pressure ulcer quality indicator is a valuable measure of care.
A study by UB researcher Michael LaMonte is first to show an association between increased physical activity and lower risk of two subtypes of heart failure in older women.
Faculty member James Campbell's forecasting model sees Democrats picking up 44 House seats in the mid-term elections while the GOP adds 2 in the Senate.
UB has received a $2.39 million NSF grant to train the next generation of experts who will protect the U.S. from cyberattacks.
The SUNY ZAP! program helps scientists and engineers like UB’s Natesh Parashurama move their research from the lab to the marketplace.