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Researchers will tackle climate change, chemical exposures among schoolchildren and developing more efficient semiconductors.


Marriage satisfaction helped soldiers better deal with trauma from combat and resulted in lower levels of alcohol problems.


Registered participants will learn how to recognize the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose, as well as how to properly administer naloxone.


UB's Pavani Ram is among the contributors to a Stanford-led study of children in poor regions of Bangladesh.


Designed for individuals who want to gain foundational public health knowledge in as little as one year, the program can be completed online or on campus on a full- or part-time basis.


Researchers are working with a sample of members of the Buffalo Police Department on a three-year $814,000 study being funded by the U.S. Department of Justice’s National Institute of Justice.


UB researchers played a key role in the development of new guidelines for managing fatigue in emergency medical services personnel.


Marianthi Markatou has been invited to speak at the 10th annual Sentinel Initiative Public Workshop on Feb. 7 in Bethesda, Maryland.


Sue Ann Sisto, the first physical therapist to be named a fellow of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, will join UB on Jan. 18.