Research News

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10/16/18

The training program funded by a grant to the School of Nursing will help better predict the functional decline, mortality and sleep of patients.

9/20/18

Patients benefit as UB surgeons bring minimally invasive surgery techniques to clinical sites in the region.

9/19/18

Artificial intelligence expert David Doermann was recruited to Buffalo to serve as UBuffalo.AI’s inaugural director.

9/17/18

The UB study also raises important questions about access to pain-management options.

9/14/18

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.  

9/11/18

Drug makers tend to increase their ad budgets when stock market returns are higher than expected, new UB research shows.

9/10/18

Funding from the Hemophilia Center of WNY will help the Jacobs School address a shortage of physicians to treat non-malignant blood disorders.

9/7/18

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.

9/6/18

The frst-of-its-kind study shows the federally mandated pressure ulcer quality indicator is a valuable measure of care.

9/6/18

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.

 

9/5/18

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.

9/5/18

UB has received a $2.39 million NSF grant to train the next generation of experts who will protect the U.S. from cyberattacks.

9/4/18

The SUNY ZAP! program helps scientists and engineers like UB’s Natesh Parashurama move their research from the lab to the marketplace.