For African-Americans transitioning into adulthood, childhood communities and late-adolescent relationships play strong roles in shaping later views about the meaning and importance of marriage, much more so than family background.
From May 8-15, UB student volunteers will be stationed at three collection sites where resident students can dispose of items they no longer want, and which will be resold at a large yard sale in the fall.
"I think the new regulations will pose problems for smaller businesses that make e-cigarettes. These companies likely will not have the resources to deliver all the information the FDA is asking for," says UB tobacco expert Gary Giovino.
UB addictions expert Nancy Campbell-Heider calls on clinicians to screen for vaping among teens, who are either uninformed or misinformed about the dangers and risks associated with electronic cigarettes.
In "Where Are the Women Architects?" Despina Stratigakos uses the architectural profession as a lens to examine issues that affect women across male-dominated occupations, from a lack of female role models to unequal pay.
UB undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students will work in teams to develop social, economic, technological and public policy solutions to sanitation challenges faced by schoolchildren around the world.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Raymond V. Damadian, MD, an inventor of magnetic resonance imaging, will give a lecture on “MRI: A story of discovery in medicine” at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 17th in Room 5019 of the University at Buffalo’s Clinical and Translational Research Center, 875 Ellicott St., Buffalo.
Anna Smith has earned distinction around campus for her nontraditional career path. Smith ran her own makeup business in Paris and New York for five years before she decided that she wanted to be an engineer.
UB's Research Institute on Addictions will continue its critical research training and professional development of addiction researchers with the support of another five-year, $2 million grant for training postdoctoral associates.
UB-led project aims to create 100 megawatts of new solar energy that will be manufactured in Buffalo, connected by Western New York workers and installed on properties in Buffalo’s urban core and on several local college campuses.
World-renowned dental researchers will discuss pressing issues and advancements in dentistry at the upcoming School of Dental Medicine symposium, “Innovations and Controversies in Oral Health: Connecting the Dots from Research to Practice.”
More than 100 high school students from underrepresented and underserved groups will present their 2016 capstone projects on genomics and bioinformatics on Friday, May 20, in the Center for Tomorrow on UB’s North Campus.
To train future HIV researchers, the University at Buffalo and University of Zimbabwe have partnered to form the HIV Research Training Program, supported by a $1.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) John E. Fogarty International Center.
UB will host the 10th annual Pre-Seed Workshop for aspiring high-tech entrepreneurs on May 25-26 at UB’s New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences, 701 Ellicott St., Buffalo.
UB’s Bright Buffalo Niagara program will showcase the next wave of entrepreneurs and promising startup companies on June 15, and will include a keynote address by Bill Rancic, entrepreneur, investor and winner of “The Apprentice.”
A study led by University at Buffalo nursing researcher Carla Jungquist reveals that the vast majority of post-operative patients given opioid medications through intravenous infusions are not monitored often enough to detect respiratory depression, a potentially deadly result of overdose.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – One hundred and eighty-five newly minted MDs will mark a critical milestone in their professional lives on Tuesday, June 21, when they become medical residents at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo.