COVID-19 UPDATES • 7/8/2021
Grant from the Windsong CARES Foundation is funding the study, which will add to researchers’ understanding of whether bacteria in breast tissue contribute to breast cancer.
The work centers on photoacoustic tomography, which uses laser light and ultrasound.
Twenty-two UB faculty members have been named recipients of the university’s 2021 Exceptional Scholar and Teaching Innovation Awards.
At a time when alcoholism is on the rise, the NIAAA grant allows UB to train pre-doctoral students in addition to postdocs.
A program in which Schomburg fellows mentor Honors College students aims to improve retention and ensure students' overall success.
The findings suggest the need for improved school-based mental health and substance use interventions for victims of sexual violence who are also sexual minorities.
Study is among the first to examine both barriers to and possible strategies for WIC shopping. Researchers have also partnered with Tops Markets on a pilot project to test out “bundling” of WIC items.
The Public Health Pathway Academy introduces 10th- and 11th-graders to the world of public health and career opportunities in the field.
The UB biostatistician has been recognized by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics for outstanding accomplishments in the field of statistical science.
Three soon-to-be UB graduates share their stories, who inspired them, and what they plan to do next.