News and views for UB faculty and staff
A 15-year, UB-led study has created a “looking
glass” into the genome of a key COPD pathogen and how to
Diet is not the sole factor in how skulls in the carnivoran
mammal group are shaped and function, new research has found.
Some GSE faculty members have started projects that aim to
benefit community education and the people most in need of the
The three companies will use awards of $225,000 to advance
technologies in health care and water purification.
A new study by UB vision researchers suggests that adding
antioxidant therapy to the standard-of-care prevents vision loss in
babies with SLOS.
Information from these reports benefits insiders — banks,
analysts and firms — according to UB-led research.
Research by UB scientists suggests these specialized cells help
rewire the addicted brain.
A UB-led advancement in ‘microchip plumbing’ could
aid developing countries, soldiers and chronic disease
GSE researchers say infants’ ability to recognize and
prefer certain music may help further understanding of other types
The COMPASS trial provides more evidence that aspiration-based
thrombectomy is a safe and effective alternative for patients with
acute ischemic stroke.
Two new books by RIA researchers will provide resources to help
people with alcohol use disorder manage their negative emotions and
Twice as many patients survive, thanks to a new protocol
implemented by UB physicians and American Medical Response.
UB-led research found the way mental health is assessed in the
juvenile justice system misses many problems, especially in youth