Many estimable epidemiologists are among the leaders in the field who have been affiliated with UB Epidemiology and Environmental Health as students, faculty or both.
The Department of Epidemiology and Environmental Health is celebrating its history while looking to the future at a time of rapidly changing public health challenges.
The UB faculty member shared the successes of his program that uses telemedicine to treat hepatitis C virus patients who are in opioid treatment programs.
The project partners for the redesign of LaSalle Park say the groundwork laid by UB’s Regional Institute has been critical to the project.
UB chemist Diana Aga works with partners including the WHO to understand how antimicrobial drugs are finding their way into rivers and lakes.
The Jacobs School senior associate dean will serve on the National Board of Medical Examiners, which oversees the licensing exams for physicians.
For international manufacturers looking to invest in an efficient supply chain, the culture of the country where you invest can impact the bottom line.
The public health researcher will develop position stands for the American Heart Association in the areas of physical activity, sendentary behavior and cardiovascular disease.
The UB history professor will use the prestigious award from the American Council of Learned Societies to work on his second book project.
The Pakistani Student Association’s Mock Shaadi offers students a chance to show pride in their heritage through a traditional Pakistani wedding.
“Now What?!” documents the often-overlooked history of the architecture and design community as part of larger social and political movements over the last 50 years.
Comprehensive report details the opportunities, challenges and key considerations surrounding five subsectors of clean energy.
UB students' sustainable burger alternative impresses judges at the World's Challenge Challenge Global Finals.
UB scientists have been awarded $1.8 million to develop membranes that can separate carbon dioxide from other emissions.
UB researchers stress the importance of improving primary doctors' understanding of adolescent substance use to better address health needs.
We love having options, but when we're actually forced to choose, the process goes south, UB psychology researchers say.
For several UB faculty members, competitive badminton is a great way to stay in shape — and relieve some frustration.
GSE faculty member Ji-Won Son is again conducting the Summer Math Program for 5th- through 8th-grade girls.
The findings of a study led by UB's Jack Tseng fill an important gap in scientists’ knowledge of how hyenas reached North America.
Researchers cite marketing efforts geared toward African Americans as being among the reasons why these smokers are 12% less likely to quit.