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COVID-19 UPDATES • 2/5/2021
Here is how our graduate faculty, students and researchers are making headlines at the University at Buffalo.
Providers should explore the concept of single case experimental designs, the purpose of which is to apply experimental methods to caring for individual patients in challenging cases, according to a new paper.
Variants may increase cases, but not dramatically with rising vaccination rates, so long as public health measures continue, data scientists say.
Jacobs School faculty mentor Kim Griswold talks with Syracuse clinicians about performing medical evaluations for asylum seekers.
A humble leader can boost team performance by reducing negative relationships in the group, according to a new School of Management study.
The U.S. Crystal Growing Competition — judged at UB — brought a bit of sparkle into children’s lives in an unusual year.
John Mascola will take an in-depth look at COVID-19 vaccines as the keynote speaker of the March 17 virtual forum.
UB is home to researchers whose scholarship explores the impact that Black people have had across the world, as well as examines their struggles for equality.
Working with the South Korean biotech company EuBiologics, Pop Biotechnologies developed the biotechnology that is the basis of the vaccine candidate.
“The Space Between” in downtown Buffalo provides an environment to explore new arts ideas and relationships.
Raven Baxter and Olivia Geneus talk about the online movements they founded to celebrate and elevate the voices of Black scientists.
UB Master of Public Health students are getting a real-life education about COVID-19 at Erie County Medical Center.
Researchers induce 'magnetic texture' in graphene, a quantum science advancement that could lead to more powerful semiconductors, computers.
The lab will work on a project, led by Michigan State, to develop online and physical exhibits of artwork created during the pandemic.
A new UB-led study explores the role the gene in human and mammalian pregnancy.