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UB researcher, Steven Fliesler, receives $2.2 million from NIH to study a rare disorder causing vision loss in young children.
UB ranked 59th among all U.S. universities for research and development activity and 39th among the nations public universities, making UB the highest-ranked public university in New York State.
UB graduates from outside the region are staying to pursue entrepreneurship, thanks to Buffalo's thriving startup economy.
From beaver-inspired robots to infection-fighting dentures, UB looks back on another year of discoveries that moved the needle and made the news.
UB has more academic degree opportunities than any other institution in New York. With over 300 programs, there are more chances for interdisciplinary work, better research and a greater global impact.
Graham Hammill moved to UB from the University of Notre Dame in 2008 and became vice provost for graduate education and dean of the Graduate School in August 2015.