Business First by Tracey Drury, Buffalo Business First Reporter
An “unbelievable” $15.8 million commitment for new equipment and support from Toshiba Corp. will allow the University at Buffalo to expand its Toshiba Stroke Research Center this spring.
The commitment from Toshiba. includes $7 million in new imaging equipment, plus service and research support for 10 years valued at $8.8 million.
“This package is almost unbelievable, in terms of all the cool stuff that’s happening here,” says Dr. L. Nelson Hopkins, co-director of the center and chairman of the neurosurgery department in UB’s School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. “When people come from other places to see it, it knocks ...