UB experts are developing models to help local providers prepare for COVID-19 surge

Models are changing, but so far, they signal that social distancing is working in Western New York BUFFALO, N.Y. — As policymakers, health care providers and the general public struggle to make sense of the COVID-19 pandemic, the somewhat obscure field of health informatics has become a

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UB Grant – Anti-Bullying Program

UB receives $1.38 million grant to develop teen-driven, anti-bullying program centered on bystander intervention BUFFALO, N.Y. — The University at Buffalo’s Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention has earned a $1.38 million grant to develop and test an approach to reduce bullying and sexual harassment in high

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Powerful Opioid Treatment Developed at UB Goes Statewide

University of Buffalo Developed Opioid Treatment Program – Buffalo Matters Approximately 150 Western New York patients have been linked to care through Buffalo MATTERS BUFFALO, N.Y. — A program developed by University at Buffalo emergency medicine physicians to expedite patient access to comprehensive and effective opioid use

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ECMCC, University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning Announce Partnership to Guide Kensington Heights Community Visioning Process

Erie County Medical Center Corporation (ECMCC) and the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning have launched “Building Together,” a partnership to engage community input in the medical center’s redevelopment of the long vacant 17-acre Kensington Heights property. In 2018, ECMCC purchased the former Kensington Heights

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Is there an afterlife?

Templeton Prize-winning philosopher focuses on afterlife at UB conference John Martin Fischer, a professor who specializes in the metaphysics and ethics of life and death, will deliver a keynote at the annual Romanell Conference BUFFALO, N.Y. – John Martin Fischer, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University

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