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UB pharmacy researchers awarded more than $10 million – UB Now: News and views for UB faculty and staff – University at Buffalo Reporter

Researchers in the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences will lead four grants totaling more than $ 10 million to examine the effects of drug toxicity on cognitive disorders in older adults with HIV, develop urgent therapies to life-threatening infections, explore the disease of obesity, and craft new treatments for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).… Read More »

AI improves value in radiology, but needs more clinical evidence

Ever since the movement surrounding value-based healthcare started, radiologists have understood the potential of showing their contribution in patient care, from disease prediction to follow-up. These are figures from the 4G age. GSMA has published a new report on the ‘Future of Devices in the age of 5G networks’ in January 2020, and it identifies… Read More »

Resveratrol Protects Against Vascular Dementia and More

Until a few years ago, research had pointed to resveratrol’s neuroprotective effects against Alzheimer’s, but not against other types of dementia. However, a Chinese study with rats in 2013 found that resveratrol may also lower the risk for vascular dementia.1 Other studies since then not only support this research,2 but show that resveratrol also activates… Read More »