Graduate News

Here is how our graduate faculty, students and researchers are making headlines at the University at Buffalo.

8/7/20

Panelists at the virtual session update faculty and staff about the protocol changes in the wake of the pandemic.

8/7/20

The annual Igniting Hope conference will focus on the urgent challenges of addressing long-standing health disparities amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

8/7/20

The UB-led study found that elevated heart rate in children with dilated cardiomyopathy increases their risk of dying or needing a heart transplant.

8/6/20

Scientists exploring the nature of immunity after vaccination against Streptococcus pneumoniae have discovered that a type of white blood cell called neutrophils plays a more critical role than was previously known.

8/6/20

UB sociologist Christopher Dennison's research suggests factors contributing to one behavior are similar to those contributing to the other.

8/6/20

With its growth in popularity, the diversity of country music and its fans is becoming much more apparent, UB music professor Stephanie Vander Wel says.

8/5/20

UB sociologist’s research suggests that factors contributing to one behavior are similar to those contributing to the other.

8/5/20

The UB-led study found the male hormone reversed the condition in one-third of men with Type 2 diabetes.  

8/5/20

A comprehensive literature review by UB neurologist Gil Wolfe suggests the virus can cause and exacerbate neuromuscular symptoms in some patients.

8/4/20

Ensuring the health and safety of all members of the UB community, including visitors, is the top priority, President Satish K. Tripathi tells council members.

8/4/20

UB nursing PhD student Misol Kwon offers some tips for getting a good night's rest during the pandemic.

8/4/20

The Stop Spinning My Wheels project combines treatment with research to help women.

8/3/20

Children with dilated cardiomyopathy, a common cause of heart failure in children, who have an elevated heart rate are at a higher risk of death than children with the condition who do not have an elevated heart rate.

8/3/20

The phased re-opening is designed to ensure the health and safety of patrons.

8/3/20

The decision, which also includes honoring Mary Talbert, aligns with UB’s efforts to fight systemic racism and create a welcoming environment.