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Do the Drugs that Keep HIV Patients Alive Damage Their Brains?

Do the Drugs that Keep HIV Patients Alive Damage Their Brains?

URMC researchers are studying whether drugs used to keep HIV patients alive could be damaging their brains. Early results from their clinical study suggest that these drugs do not pose a threat to the brain - at least in the short-term. 

Nina Schor: Master Mentor for Under-Represented Scientists

Nina Schor: Master Mentor for Under-Represented Scientists

Learn what it takes to become a Master Mentor for the NIH’s National Research Mentoring Network, which connects trainees under-represented in the sciences to professionals who can offer mentorship and guidance.

Researchers Unite to Address Maternal and Child Health Issues

Researchers Unite to Address Maternal and Child Health Issues

Over 100 caregivers, researchers, students, and community partners from across Upstate NY attended the recent UNYTE Scientific Session focused on fostering maternal and child health.

Develop Radical Solutions to the Opioid Epidemic at “Innovation Lab Buffalo”

Develop Radical Solutions to the Opioid Epidemic at “Innovation Lab Buffalo”

The Innovation Lab to Drive Early Career Grants program will be held in Buffalo, NY from November 6th to 10th, 2017. Over those five days, early-career investigators will work with facilitators and mentors to develop sketches of impactful and novel grant proposals to address the opioid epidemic.

Boot Camp Gets Early Stage Faculty Off on the Right Foot

Boot Camp Gets Early Stage Faculty Off on the Right Foot

Register now for the Early Stage Faculty Boot Camp (formerly the Academic Core Curriculum for Junior Faculty), which will be held September 25 through 29. Interested faculty should register by September 1.