Research News

Alison Treichel in the lab
7/17/18

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

6/8/18

Narcissists are more likely to donate to charity when they can imagine themselves in a victim’s situation, according to new UB research.

6/8/18

UB biologist Shermali Gunawardena studies “traffic jams” in brain cells, a new approach that aims to unravel the origins of the disease.

6/8/18

Climate researchers from across the globe came to Buffalo to talk about how ice responds to climate change.

6/7/18

For patients with prostate cancer, dysfunction due to treatment side effects results in increased emotional distress — and vice versa

6/6/18

At the Eric Bloch Symposium, SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson talked about the importance of commercializing faculty research.

6/6/18

The UB-led research highlights the importance of remaining physically active, even after age 70.

6/6/18

The proposed biometric system measures brainwaves to create a ‘brain password’ that could be reset if hacked.

6/5/18

The research projects — funded by the Great Lakes Research Consortium — explore important questions about the health of area waterways.

6/5/18

New findings from UB studies could alter how doctors predict whose disease will become more severe.

6/4/18

Lego-like chemical building blocks assemble themselves to create the new material, which could replace expensive platinum catalysts in hydrogen cars.

6/1/18

New biotechnology could reduce the time and cost of developing medicine for this deadly lung disease.

6/1/18

New research by RIA has found that daily aerobic exercise alters the brain's dopamine system, which plays a key role in reward, motivation and learning.