A registered medical assistant living out her mother’s mantra and a licensed dental/anesthesia assistant who overcame an “estranged household” are the latest alumni success stories recognized by UB’s Educational Opportunity Center.
Do you often wonder what the person next to you is thinking? You might be high in mind-reading motivation, a newly coined term for the practice of observing and interpreting bits of social information.
As a political issue, climate change splits mostly along ideological lines in the U.S. However, a new UB study suggests that tailoring the message might influence opinions toward the scientific consensus.
Some Buffalo teens are headed to camp this weekend, but it’s not your typical summer camp. Instead, 60 inner-city middle and high school students will spend June 11-12 at the Nor-Ton Red Jacket Club in North Tonawanda to learn how to better manage their asthma.
UB's Buffalo Institute for Genomics and Data Analytics is partnering with VCAMP to form a lean-startup health-care software venture accelerator that will assist in the university’s regional economic development efforts.
The University at Buffalo has established the Center for Integrated Global Biomedical Sciences, a new international hub for addressing global health challenges through pharmacological research and drug and vaccine development.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Leaky blood vessels in the brain called cerebral microbleeds are associated with increased physical and cognitive disability in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a new study by researchers in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo.
A new turf will be installed at UB Stadium this summer and Alumni Arena’s basketball court will be refinished – with both playing surfaces prominently featuring the new wordmark and new spirit mark for the UB Athletics department, as well as the interlocking UB logo.
David Castillo, a UB professor of Romance languages and literatures, has been named director of the university’s Humanities Institute, a multidisciplinary center established to promote innovative teaching, research and programs in the humanities.
With the support of State Sen. Catherine Young, the University at Buffalo S-Miles To Go Mobile Dental Program has received a nearly 50 percent increase in funding to continue expanding access to oral health care for underserved children in rural areas.