CAS academic adviser Joe Syracuse took first place in this year's Step Challenge, recording more than 1.6 million steps during the month of April.
Ekaterina Noyes was honored by the Association for Clinical and Translational Science.
The dual biostatistics and health and human services major is one of 62 undergraduates chosen for the prestigious scholarships.
People who maintained their drinking habits had lower prevalence of mental health issues compared to those who abstained or whose drinking patterns changed.
UB public health students aim to improve the quality of life for persons with blood disorders through an Innovation Sprint hosted by WNY BloodCare.
The unit will be based in Buffalo’s Seneca Babcock neighborhood and will also operate in other medically underserved communities in WNY.
UB researchers who study what makes people buy and eat healthy foods are teaming up with Instacart to test nutrition intervention programs for families at higher risk for obesity.
Ahmed Soliman plans to study the impact of proton pump inhibitors on the cardiovascular health of postmenopausal women.
Training program is intended to help students from underrepresented backgrounds finance advancing their public health education.