The School of Public Health and Health Professions recently announced its Annual Student Awards program. The awards celebrate and recognize the admirable accomplishments of hardworking students across all five departments.
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.
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.
The UB researchers who have changed the way concussions are treated have been awarded a grant to conduct a clinical trial to take their Buffalo Concussion Protocol and apply it to the military environment.