To address the increasingly urgent needs of the growing population of adults aged 65 years and older, UB will dedicate $4 million to aging-related research.
Crowdfunding event aims to raise microgrants for community organizations, with a theme this month of sustainability and environmental health education.
In a wide-ranging interview, Collins recalls how a malt liquor study got her interested in researching cannabis; why she’s an advocate for its legalization; and more about cannabis.
Perry lecturer Alan Jette believes radical change is needed in how the U.S. addresses preventing disabilities if there’s to be any improvement.
Douglas Landsittel, PhD, will join the Department of Biostatistics in the School of Public Health and Health Professions in February from Indiana University-Bloomington.
UB researchers have been awarded a $3.2 million grant to study the delivery of comprehensive asthma care to Buffalo Public Schools children with frequent asthma attacks.
Panel discussion at Grand Island High School was part of a chat series that explores AI for social good.
Educators will discuss how to best utilize artificial intelligence in the classroom.
Convened by the National Academies of Sciences, the group was tasked with examining approaches for improving the measurement of death by suicide among law enforcement personnel to build prevention strategies for the future.
UBMD Internal Medicine has opened Western New York’s first Long COVID Center, funded by a grant from the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation with support from UB.