BUFFALO, N.Y. – The University at Buffalo will share the history of arguably the most important woman in biomedical research, Henrietta Lacks, whose immortal cancer cells were used in research that led to hundreds of medical discoveries, including the development of the polio vaccine.
The UB Research Institute on Addictions will host its third Student Research in Addiction Sciences Open House on April 25 to showcase the collaborative addictions research work conducted across many disciplines at UB.
Ann Kolanowski, an internationally renowned expert on dementia and the complex care needs of the elderly, will be available to media tomorrow at the University at Buffalo to discuss the difficulties of delirium and caring for aging populations.
Bracha L. Ettinger, whose celebrated pieces have made her among the most prominent visual artists in France and Israel, will present the first-ever museum exhibition of her work in the U.S. as part of her residency in the UB’s Creative Arts Institute.
Expertise: alcohol, substance abuse and aggression; effects of substance use on marriage, families and relationships; interpersonal (domestic) violence; medical and recreational marijuana; prescription painkillers