The University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine and Jericho Road Community Health Center have partnered to begin a pilot program to provide critically needed dental care to the immigrant and refugee populations on Buffalo’s West Side.
BUFFALO, N.Y. —Four ambitious University at Buffalo health sciences students have been awarded a prestigious, national grant to develop an innovative, local solution to address a key factor in the ever-growing cost of health care: “superutilizers” of the health care system.
It’s one thing to just cook food. But if it just ends there, the whole experience falls flat. The real meaningful and lasting food experiences come when you plug into the relationship with the people doing the eating. That’s when the possibilities start to blossom.
The decision by a federal judge to overturn New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for deflating footballs is “highly unusual, especially within the NFL’s collective bargaining context,” according to UB's Nellie Drew.
Most people don’t give much thought to their liver until something goes wrong. University at Buffalo faculty are trying to change that with an event they’re holding on Sept. 15 called “Love Your Liver: The Latest Strategies and Clinical Developments.”
Researchers struggle to detect toxic flame retardants found on common electronics and fabrics because current testing methods are inefficient or expensive. However, the new “one-shot” analysis has quickened the identification of flame retardants by five times.
UB today submitted an exhaustive report on sustainability efforts at the university. It is designed to be certified “gold” as part of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education’s (AASHE) Sustainability, Tracking, Assessment & Rating System, or STARS.
The descendants of former slaves will gather at UB for a groundbreaking workshop to reconnect participants with their ancestors, further reveal their family histories and bring new voice to rich historical stories often silenced by the difficulties of tracing obscure and hard-to-follow genealogical paths.
Interactions between brain cells hold the key to healthy brain function and cognition, but many of those interactions are notoriously difficult to study. Now, University at Buffalo researchers and their colleagues at other institutions have developed a new method to more precisely capture how brain cells interact.
The University at Buffalo is a community that strongly values inclusiveness and diversity. Faculty, staff and students from all backgrounds and cultures challenge and inspire each other to explore, discover and expand their world view.
To celebrate Banned Books Week, the University at Buffalo Libraries will hold their first Read-Out, where students, faculty and staff are invited to share short passages from a banned book of their choice.