The care will be delivered through the S-Miles To Go program using the School of Dental Medicine’s two state-of-the-art mobile dental clinics.
Data from Kaleida Health patients is being added to the i2b2 and TriNetX databases, increasing the amount and types of data available to researchers.
The UB architecture school and PUSH Buffalo have developed a workforce training program for jobs that pay a living wage for unemployed and underemployed persons.
In a new study, scientists detail how they coaxed excitatory neurons to release neurotransmitters usually produced by inhibitory neurons.
UB has received nearly $13 million from the NIH to lead a clinical pharmacology quality assurance program for sites conducting HIV and infectious disease research.
UB has received $4 million from NIAID to develop new treatments that block “hypermutated” strains of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
A reception and donor wall unveiling on June 9 celebrated those whose contributions helped made One World Café possible.
Jacobs School staff member and former roller derby queen Midori Ohtake spends her Summer Hours pursuing her passion for skating at local parks.
The creative course aims to increase scientific accessibility among students by focusing on genomic literacy and the practical elements of dance.
The project, made possible with funding from Gov. Kathy Hochul and state lawmakers, will help grow the STEM workforce and support UB’s top 25 ambition.