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Research project involving 200 Buffalo police officers aims to characterize the physical, rather than psychological, health effects that are a result of police officers’ atypical work hours.


Two faculty members in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences are serving on New York State’s Maternal Mortality Advisory Council.


Women who consumed sofrito more than once per day had a 67% decrease in risk compared to women who never ate it.


Online program lets students take advantage of the same foundational public health education as the classroom-based individualized MPH.


UB's IPE curriculum will receive a Program of Merit award in October from the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions.


New study will examine the eating habits of emergency medical services workers, over 70% of whom are overweight or obese.


Results are based on an extensive, 18-year study involving more than 7,000 people and a detailed examination of the air pollution they encountered between 2000 and 2018.


Alex Ampadu, Jessica Kruger and Mark R. Marino are recipients of the SA award named in honor of the late, beloved UB history professor.


UB researchers have received a record 11 National Science Foundation CAREER awards in 2019, along with a U.S. presidential early career award.


Award is the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government to outstanding scientists and engineers who are beginning their independent research careers.