UB Law dean named to panel
He makes stock trades look like child's play.
UB researchers trade needles for nasal spray in the dental
Teens' lingering problems may not be due to concussion at
It was the best decision I ever made, she says.
Even after strategically abusing co-workers, they receive
positive evaluations from their supervisors.
You can make sure your tactics are aligned with your strategies
and that all of it is working to achieve goals
Estrogen helps block negative effects on the brain.
Bros get wasted; girls get tipsy: Why boozy talk matters.
In the battle of the sexes, a new study places females in the
lead -- concluding that they respond better to repeated stress
thanks to estrogen.
Despite their behavior, many bullies receive positive
evaluations and achieve high levels of career success.
The structure designed is not a house but a beehive
It may be the difference between Detroit and towns with substantial university investment
They choose their victims carefully
Weight loss is a family problem, he says
The flu virus is the culprit
They consider Buffalo the quintessential college town
UB's new medical school and CTRC are helping to transform the
Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus
Department of Oral Biology
University at Buffalo
135 Foster Hall
Buffalo, NY 14214
Phone: (716) 829-2844
Fax: (716) 829-3942
Frank Scannapieco, DMD, PhD
Assistant to the Chair
Kurt Winter, PhD