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4/10/18
The benefits of small classes help students and last longer than previous research indicated, according to a nationally respected expert on education, class size and school discipline.
4/10/18
A $1.9 million National Institutes of Health grant will enable University at Buffalo professor Myles S. Faith to test a family-based treatment for childhood obesity using innovative technology that allows study participants to be treated in their homes.
4/10/18
The University at Buffalo’s Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention will extend its mission to protect and advocate for children by administering a $500,000 grant to study how teachers and other school staff members can recognize and report sexual abuse.
4/10/18
The COACHES program takes on 10 families with children in need of some academic or behavioral improvement.
4/10/18
The four-year grant will admit up to 22 graduate students each year into the HRSA Behavioral Health/Substance Use Disorder Scholars Program, which will provide behavioral health education, stipends to offset living expenses, simulated training, and clinical placements in primary care settings in rural and vulnerable communities.
1/2/19
The multiyear, unprecedented, statewide initiative provides free and certified training on basic assessment and treatment of gambling disorders to licensed clinicians.
9/16/19
Parents can best help their children overcome obesity and develop heathy eating habits by adopting a “family treatment” approach to positive habits, including acting as a “champion” for good choices and being a healthy role model
9/16/19
UB faculty member Gregory Fabiano is continuing his nationally recognized work with ADHD children with a new study that will test how best to meet the special education goals of these children.