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Stem Cell Biologist Explores a New RNA Code to Thwart Degenerative Disease

RNA Institute Scientist Bijan K. Dey and his lab team are using a new NIH grant to look the role at epitranscriptomics in skeletal muscle stem cell biology so to find a therapeutic platform to combat childhood muscle degenerative disease.

Racial and Ethnic Disparities Persist in HIV Diagnoses

While HIV infection rates are declining, a recent study done in partnership with the University shows that racial and ethnic disparities remain in HIV diagnoses among heterosexually active adults in the United States.

Images of Togetherness Win the 2021 Holiday Card Contest

A graduating math major, an MFA student and a senior psychology major took the top three prizes in this year's Holiday Card Contest.

Mock Trial Returns to In-Person Competition

The third annual Capital Region Clash Mock Trial Invitational, a collaboration with Albany Law School, hosted 14 mock trial teams from around the Northeast.

A Grad Student Literary Journal Grabs International Attention

UAlbany's Barzakh draws writers and visual artists from around the world, and the world is paying attention.

Graduate Student Helps Improve Local Services to Victims of Elder Abuse

A School of Public Health and School of Social Welfare student assisted in developing multi-disciplinary teams designed to fight elder abuse in the Capital Region — teams that monitor and track services provided to victims, identify gaps in service and work to create systemic change.

UAlbany Readies for Ferocious Weekend of Basketball

Basketball will take center stage at UAlbany this weekend as both the men’s and women’s teams prepare to welcome foes to SEFCU Arena for important games as important traditions make a return to the Capital Region.