A new study is one of the first to reveal that there were fewer cases of multi-system inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) during the omicron wave of the pandemic than the delta wave.
Award-winning fashion photographer Rick Guidotti and NBC’s “The Voice” finalist Joshua Vacanti will visit the UB Department of Pediatric and Community Dentistry.
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The research will investigate the effects of enzyme MMP-9 on multiple types of cells involved in the pulpal healing process.
In addition to increasing the risk of fractures, low bone mineral density impacts oral health, causing teeth to become loose and dental implants to fail.
The project aims to develop drugs that target cancer cells as well as drugs that may help prevent anti-cancer molecules from harming healthy cells.
Students can now expand their educational and career options through a new STEM pathway in the school’s Full-Time MBA program.
With assistance from local, state and federal law enforcement partners, UB Police continue to make progress in the investigation of the fatal stabbing case of SUNY Buffalo State University student Tyler Lewis.
University Police is moving into the final stages of our comprehensive investigation and expect the district attorney will take action on the case in the very near future.
UB plans to hire upward of 200 full-time faculty over the next two years.