Older white patients in the U.S. have the highest rate of mortality from certain types of stroke among all racial and ethnic groups, a study by health researchers at the University at Albany finds. The study was published in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes.
University at Albany Professor of Criminal Justice David McDowall was recently appointed Distinguished Teaching Professor, the highest faculty honor bestowed by the State University of New York Board of Trustees.
The University at Albany’s School of Social Welfare has received a $10,000 grant -- half of it in the form of a challenge grant – from the Troy Savings Bank Charitable Foundation to continue its mission to train social workers to care for a burgeoning aging population.
UAlbany chemist Igor Lednev is attracting leading laboratories worldwide to collaborate on amyloid fibrils research as it relates to Alzheimer’s disease. Puerto Rican graduate students Manuel F. Rosario-Alomar and Tatiana Quiñones-Ruiz were here this summer working with Lednev.
The School of Education's Peter Shea leads “SUNY Games II,” a study among faculty and students from several SUNY schools investigating the use of guided inquiry-based, immersive games to promote enhanced understanding of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) content in K-12 settings.