CSA’s mission is to conduct community-responsive research among UB faculty and its community partners to solve challenges facing older adults.
An innovative stroke recovery system landed the UB team in the finals of the Aging Innovation Challenge.
Event will feature a wheelchair obstacle course, adaptive sports equipment demonstrations, panel discussions and adaptive yoga and wheelchair basketball, rugby and lacrosse.
For UB's DPT and BS/MS candidates, the hooding ceremony may be more meaningful than graduation.
Study looked at 46 women across two different age ranges, 60-74 and 75-90, to learn how physical activity affects frailty differently in the two groups
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.
Funding from the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation will enable researchers and occupational therapy students to develop a program that aims to ease some of the burden on Western New Yorkers providing care for frail older adults who have dementia.
Research team is taking what they’ve learned through lab simulations on UB's South Campus and applying the findings to the NFTA’s fleet of buses.
Assisted by University at Buffalo research, Coolture seeks to expand beyond the medical device market.
All 52 UB occupational therapy graduates who took the 2016 National Board for Certification of Occupational Therapists (NBCOT) exam within a year of graduation passed the test.
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.
Organizations in Buffalo and Long Island, as well as North Carolina, Massachusetts and Ohio, will start or expand their operations as part of UB research project.
SUNY FACT2 Excellence in Instruction Award is one of several honors Kruger has received over the past year.
UB researchers’ insights into a target that succeeded in animals but failed in humans reveal a new paradigm for screening Alzheimer’s drugs.