Study is the first to examine law enforcement deaths from COVID-19 on a national level, demonstrating the widespread risk from COVID that officers face in their work.
Rehabilitation psychologist Marcia J. Scherer says finding the right fit and knowing the user are the keys to truly helpful assistive technology.
Zuo-Feng Zhang discussed COVID-19 and non-communicable disease epidemiology.
On June 4, Drew Weissman will visit UB to tell the truly amazing story of how he and his research partner co-developed the mRNA technology that made the COVID-19 vaccines possible.
Research on postmenopausal women identifies associations between commonly eaten foods and the diversity and composition of oral bacteria.
More than a dozen professional schools and programs rose in the latest rankings released Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report.
The focus of this year’s conference — the first being hosted by UB — is on how the statistical sciences serve as a foundation for knowledge, discovery and innovation.
The award will support Kexin Zhu's research on the impact of outdoor temperature and air pollution on blood pressure levels and hypertension.
This is the fourth year for the summit, which brings together mobile produce market operators, researchers and funders from around the country.
Health professionals should strive to improve access to compassionate, evidence-based and patient-centered care in order to fight weight stigma and end diet culture.