A 250-foot crane soars over the future site of the medical
school building, as work progresses daily.
"How do you grieve when you probably won't have any remains?"
says UB's Nancy Smyth.
Who fared best in the first GOP debate? Marco Rubio, John Kasich
and Mike Huckabee, according to UB's James Campbell.
UB's Praveen Arany talks about how dental techniques have
changed -- and stayed the same -- over the years.
"We have a long road to the nomination," says UB's James
Campbell. "Trump is going to present more of a problem for the
Republicans than many thought."
The earthquake was so devastating, says UB's Andreas Stavridis,
not only because of its magnitude, but because of the quality of
It has come down to this: Tom Brady vs. Roger Goodell. Each side
knows what the other wants, says UB's Nellie Drew, and now they'll
see how likely it is that they'll get it.
When it comes to social stigma, says UB's Lance Rintamaki, those
with HIV are still walking through a social minefield.
The grant will speed the delivery of new drugs, diagnostics and
medical devices to patients.
Immoral behavior within a simulated environment -- such as a
video game -- could actually increase pro-social behavior,
according to a study led by UB's Matthew Grizzard
On the spate of movie theater shootings, UB's Daniel Antonius
says movies can represent symbols of whatever shooters are for or
Tom Russo, professor of medicine, weighs in on an Oklahoma
mother of two who lost all four of her limbs after contracting
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever from a tick bite.
The Northwestern football players may have lost the battle, but
they won the war, says UB's Nellie Drew.
UB's Adam Wilson discusses the dynamic nature of Wikipedia --
"At any point when you check it, it can be different from when you
check it the next time."
For African American, American Indian and Latino children, close
to one in three children live in poverty in the United States, says
UB's Annette Semanchin Jones.
It takes time for doctors to accurately diagnose hypoactive
sexual desire disorder, says UB's Vanessa Barnabei, and busy
ob-gyns don't want to spend that time.
UB's Vanessa Barnabei guesses that women are going to have to
work hard to find providers that are willing to cover this new
Buffalo began to grow its advanced manufacturing and medical
research about 15 years ago, and that construction includes the new
UB School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
The $16 million grant to UB from the National Institutes of
Health "helps magnify our national impact."
The content on Wikipedia is "obviously just vandalism" according
to UB's Adam Wilson.
UB's Nellie Drew says that the argument could be made that
certain college football programs are employment
The tech industry is a barometer of economic innovation, says
UB's Cristian Tiu, and therefore its success is an indicator of
general economic success.
UB's Michelle Benson says it's tough to know how credible any
agreement with North Korea is given the history of their
By making this costume, says UB's Jonathan Katz, there's a real
danger that a serious issue is trivialized.
The human logo symbolizes, for each student, joining together as
part of the UB community, says UB's Dennis Black.
If students sign up and take their academics seriously, they'll
finish in four years or we'll pay tuition for any additional
courses, says UB's Andrew Stott.
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
University at Buffalo, South Campus
Buffalo, NY 14215