Using artificial intelligence, a team of UB researchers has developed a novel system that uses metabolic and cardiovascular biomarkers to model health status and disease risks across a patient’s lifespan.
Overlap of age at diagnosis of breast cancer and age with high consumption of caffeine, and inconsistent findings from previous studies, motivated researchers to study whether caffeine could affect breast cancer risk.
International experiences—professional and otherwise—seem to be in Denis Tuttle’s blood. Perhaps that’s one of the reasons he was a natural fit for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, the prestigious national competition that provides grants for individually designed study/research projects.
The School of Public Health and Health Professions recently held its Fifth Annual Student Awards Reception. The reception celebrates and recognizes the admirable accomplishments of hardworking students across all five departments.
The International Chinese Statistical Association (ICSA) has named Guan Yu, PhD, Department of Biostatistics in the School of Public Health and Health Professions, as its 2020 ICSA Young Outstanding Researcher Award. The ICSA gives the award to an early-career researcher in recognition of outstanding work in statistical theory, methodology and/or applications. Yu received his award during the recent ICSA Applied Symposium.
The University at Buffalo’s Collaborating Centre on Health in Housing has been re-designated as a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre for Research on Healthy Settings. More than 800 collaborating centers globally work with WHO on areas such as nursing, occupational health, communicable diseases, chronic diseases, emergency response, e-health and more.