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The School of Public Health and Health Professions recently held its Fifth Annual Student Awards Reception. The reception celebrates and recognizes the admirable accomplishments of hardworking students across all five departments.


Several UB graduate schools and programs have been cited by U.S. News & World Report in its 2021 ranking of “America’s Best Graduate Schools.”


UB has been awarded a five-year, $21.7 million Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences of the National Institutes of Health in recognition of the dramatic progress the university and its partners have made since 2015 when UB first received the CTSA.


A unique collaboration among faculty from UB and SUNY Erie, and a Roswell surgeon is helping medical students understand food and health in a new way.


Conference is set for March 24-25 and builds off the success of last year’s event, the nation’s first-ever gathering of mobile produce market representatives.


Michael LaMonte, PhD, MPH, received the American Heart Association's Paul Dudley White International Scholar Award, recognizing the highest ranked abstract in the United States submitted to the AHA Epidemiology and Prevention Council/Lifestyle and Cardiometabolic Health Council.


A winter break trip to Jamaica opens a new world for students examining behavior-driven diseases.

After another record number of applications, UB has placed 11 students in the semifinals of the Fulbright scholarship competition.

Aubree Jones, a graduate student in the School of Public Health and Health Professions (SPHHP) Master of Public Health program, is one of 2019’s Students Who Rocked Public Health.


Master of public health students and recent graduates earned the Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Foundations micro-credential, proof of their skills in working collaboratively with other health professionals.


Jason Niu will use the funding to study the association between early-life secondhand smoke exposure and cardiovascular issues in midlife and beyond.


The award recognizes UB’s progress in bringing the benefits of clinical and translational science to patients, including the tripling of clinical trials since 2015.


The annual Undergraduate Winter Institute for Biostatistics provides students an opportunity to learn more about the topic and career opportunities in the field.


Not quite, says a new study that highlights the discrepancy between cannabis enthusiasts’ beliefs about the medicinal and health uses of marijuana and the empirical evidence.


Researchers surveyed cannabis users about beliefs on marijuana's effectiveness in treating certain medical conditions. The results reveal a big discrepancy.


Technology called MindEye uses infrared camera to detect subtle changes in pupil dilation and eye movement.


The UB School of Dental Medicine will welcome hundreds of Western New York children who lack access to dental care to receive free oral health care, hearing and vision exams, and other health services. 


Participants in the Aging Innovation Challenge developed prototype products and hacked the issues that aging New Yorkers face every day.


Writing in the New England Journal of Medicine, researchers identify vitamin E acetate as likely culprit.


UB faculty experts offer tips on how to eat right, move more and stress less.