Using our state-of-the-art research facilities, our faculty and
students are making groundbreaking discoveries in health, energy
and the environment
The images above show, from left to right, functioning stem cells, stem cells no longer functioning due to Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria syndrome (HGPS), and stem cells previously not functioning due to HGPS that were rebooted by the embryonic stem cell gene Nanog. Credit: Stelios Andreadis.
Scientists at the University at Buffalo have extensive access to
laboratories and research facilities across campuses, the
community, and New York State, enabling some of the most
groundbreaking research in the country.