CLIMB, an innovative and comprehensive diversity program at the University at Buffalo that provides intensive mentoring experiences for biosciences students from undergraduate through postdoctoral levels, has received an award from INSIGHT into Diversity magazine.
Celebrating Halloween during the pandemic needs to be different this year, but it’s still possible to have fun while staying safe, according to pediatrics infectious diseases specialists at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
The findings from a recent study by a Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences researcher and others could prove to be a game-changer for men with Type 2 diabetes and the syndrome of hypogonadism.
Research led by Zhen Yan, PhD, SUNY Distinguished Professor of physiology and biophysics, describes a sensitive and reliable new protocol for assessing social deficits in animal models of autism and certain psychiatric conditions.
A startup company with roots at the University at Buffalo is setting a new course that could eventually help organizations around the world better navigate return-to-work plans amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Along with international co-authors, Praveen K. Chandrasekharan, MD, has outlined the best approaches for handling the delivery of newborns in cases where the mother tests positive for COVID-19 or is suspected of having the virus.
The Department of Surgery has reported that Titan SGS stapling technology from Standard Bariatrics Inc., which features the longest continuous stapler cutline (23 centimeters), has been successful in an ongoing clinical trial at Buffalo General Medical Center (BGMC).
New research reveals that certain studies — clinical trials on drugs that appeared not to benefit patients with Alzheimer’s disease — should now be reanalyzed in light of recent discoveries about a gene called CHRFAM7A.
Women whose partners are problem drinkers are the focus of a clinical trial being conducted by principal investigator Robert G. Rychtarik, PhD, senior research scientist in the Department of Psychiatry.
New research reveals for the first time that despite the fragility of axons, Schwann cells — which surround axons within nerves like a glove covers a hand — can come to the assistance of injured axons.
Bianca Weinstock-Guttman, MD, professor of neurology and director of the Jacobs Multiple Sclerosis Center for Treatment and Research, has received the 2020 Stockton Kimball Award for outstanding scientific achievement and service.
Seventeen faculty members with a variety of clinical and research experience — representing six medical school departments — have joined the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences over the past several months.
Three Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences faculty members have been recognized by the University at Buffalo undergraduate Student Association for their commitment and dedication to students.
A paper published in the Journal of the American Heart Association has found that children with dilated cardiomyopathy — a common cause of heart failure in children — who have an elevated heart rate are at a higher risk of death than children with the condition who do not have an elevated heart rate.