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, the center is accepting all patients, regardless of whether they have insurance.
New hires present unprecedented opportunity to move the university’s long-range Top 25 Ambition forward and grow the faculty ranks in four key interdisciplinary areas of university strength and global importance.
Kristina Young, a retired clinical faculty member in the School of Public Health and Health Professions who was instrumental in helping the school develop its master’s degree program in public health, died May 6 in Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital after a brief illness. She was 72.
SUNY Distinguished Professor of Epidemiology and Environmental Health Jo L. Freudenheim, PhD, MS, RD, has been selected as a member of the American Society for Nutrition Foundation (ASN) Class of 2023 Fellows.
Social work researcher's innovative project will explore how a person’s emotional changes during the early stages of recovery from alcohol use disorder can influence the potential success of their recovery.
Health sciences students and faculty supervisors will be providing free health information and screenings for community members of all ages, as well as sports physicals for K-12 students, at event in South Buffalo.
U.S. is lacking in the strict regulations for commercially produced baby foods that parents might expect, according to research team that outlined risk prevention strategies for parents and health care professionals.