Physicians in pediatric intensive care units aren’t using
the newest guidelines to diagnose acute kidney injury (AKI) in
critically ill children, according to research led by a UB
specialist in the field.
Two doctoral students in the Department of Pathology and
Anatomical Sciences presented their research on digital pathology
innovations at the Pathology Visions 2016 Conference, Oct. 23-25 in
A new preclinical study by researchers in the Department of
Pharmacology and Toxicology finds exercise, coupled with
methamphetamine, may help recovery of those addicted to the drug
and increase their odds of avoiding relapse.
Michael H. Farkas, PhD, who joined the Department of
Ophthalmology as an assistant professor in July, has been named a
2016 Emerging Vision Scientist by the National Alliance for Eye and
Vision Research (NAEVR).
A study published in Royal Society Open Science has
shed light on the phylogeny of large, ferocious-looking animals
called beardogs — neither bears nor dogs — that roamed
the northern hemisphere between about 40 and 5 million years
The Department of Family Medicine has been awarded a five-year,
$2.5 million federal grant to institute the Buffalo
Interprofessional Advanced Primary Care Training Program that will
create a new model for health care.
A team led by David M. Dietz, PhD, has discovered that a
protein in the brain’s reward center, the nucleus accumbens,
regulates genes that help drive the craving for cocaine after a
period of withdrawal.
Vinny Polsinelli — who first began conducting research in
Haiti following his first year of medical school — was one of
only 11 students nationwide selected for a 2016-17 fellowship from
the Sarnoff Cardiovascular Research Foundation.