Media Coverage

Wesley L. Hicks, MD, professor of otolaryngology, received the Professional Award at the 56th annual Sojourner Truth Award and Founder’s Day Luncheon held by the Buffalo Club of the National Association of the Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs.
Wesley L. Hicks, MD, professor of otolaryngology, has been honored for his significant contributions to the community by the Mary B. Talbert Civic and Cultural Club.
Physicians with the UB School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences — including urology residents, otolaryngology faculty and an obstetrics and gynecology trainee — discuss the financial, regulatory and customer-service challenges that young physicians encounter in their practices.
Jens U. Ponikau, MD, of the Department of Otolaryngology, discusses the cause behind the painful middle-ear pressure that travelers often experience while flying on airplanes.  
UB researchers who discovered that a protein causes chronic rhinosinusitis have now developed a test that physicians can use to diagnose it.
After discerning the cause of chronic rhinosinusitis, two UB otolaryngologists led research that will allow physicians to definitively diagnose this common condition for the first time.
Democrats in the Erie County Legislature plan to recommend Wesley L. Hicks, MD, professor of otolaryngology and a head and neck surgeon, to serve as a Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority commissioner.