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8/27/18

John R. Fudyma, MD, clinical associate professor of medicine and chief of general internal medicine, was honored with the Laureate Award from the New York Chapter of the American College of Physicians (ACP).

8/24/18

The condition shares characteristics with Parkinson’s disease, which may also be affected by manganese levels in the brain.

8/22/18

Imagine a pathogen that infects completely healthy people and can cause blindness in one day and flesh-eating infections, brain abscesses and death in just a few days. Now imagine that this pathogen is also resistant to all antibiotics.

8/16/18

Twelve projects and their researchers were recognized as best in their respective categories during the Department of Medicine’s sixth annual Research Day.

8/14/18

A new class of drug targets that has attracted attention for its potential to treat psychiatric and other diseases has now been shown to curb drug-seeking behaviors.

8/10/18

Researchers in the Department of Medicine’s Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine have found that low levels of vitamin D may impair stamina and performance over time.

8/10/18

Twelve faculty members with varied research and clinical expertise — representing four medical school departments — have joined the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences over the past several months.

8/9/18

University at Buffalo researchers have received a five-year, $3 million grant from the Troup Fund of the Kaleida Health Foundation to apply the power of big data to enhance liver health in the region.

8/7/18
BUFFALO, N.Y. —New University at Buffalo research is adding important information to the body of knowledge about the cognitive and behavioral status of a group of retired professional athletes who spent their careers in contact sports.
8/1/18
Nearly everyone remembers the kind and gentle presence of Fred Rogers and “Mister Rogers Neighborhood.” It was an educational show that was a mainstay for children for more than three decades, always opening with the iconic “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” theme.