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About UB's Graduate Medical Education


The University at Buffalo Medical School annually trains more than 700 residents and fellows to become clinicians, researchers, teachers, and leaders in their fields by:

 

  • providing approximately 60 accredited residency programs in academically stimulating and nurturing environments
  • exposing residents to patients with diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds
  • providing a range of collaborative clinical learning environments, unequaled in any single medical institution
  • fostering values that emphasize evidence-based medicine, patient safety, health care quality, professionalism, and overcoming health-care disparities
  • supporting trainees' personal growth and development through interdisciplinary and interprofessional collaboration

vascular institute and research center on the Buffalo-Niagara Medical CampusBuffalo's Tradition of Discovery

Buffalo's primary medical research institutions are home to a critical mass of world-class researchers in both basic and applied sciences. From the Nobel Prize-winning scientist who first made protein structure determination possible, to the development of cutting-edge disciplines such as pharmacogenomics, Buffalo researchers have been - and continue to be - pioneers in fields of biomedical science.


Some noted biomedical advances from Buffalo include:

  • The PSA test
  • AVONEX®, the interferon treatment for multiple sclerosis
  • Genetic diagnostics
  • First automated structural determination of Gramicidin A
  • Fetal viability test
  • Patented high-throughput crystallization method
  • Timed-release insulin therapy
  • Anti-arrhythmia therapy made from tarantula venom
  • Artificial blood
  • Liquid ventilation, LiquiVent®
  • Photodynamic therapy
  • Surfactant therapy for newborns, Infasurf®,
    that has reduced preterm mortality
  • Platinum coil for inoperable cranial aneurysms
  • The internal pacemaker
  • The methodology to screen infants for phenylketonuria (PKU)
  • "Lippes Loop" - intrauterine contraceptive device
  • "Smart Pill" for assessing gastrointestinal motility

Calendar and Events

5/30/2015

18th Annual Scholarly Exchange Day

The 18th Annual Scholarly Exchange at Spring Clinical Day on Saturday, May 30, 2015 recognizes the breadth of resident, fellow and faculty educational researcher investigations, encourages resident/faculty interaction across specialties, and provides researchers with much needed feedback on their work. It will take place at Statler City, Buffalo. Abstract submission for the 18th Annual Scholarly Exchange at Spring Clinical Day is now open at http://survey.med.buffalo.edu/sed/ ! Application is open to all of our UB residents, fellows and faculty educational researchers in accredited programs. The application deadline is Monday, April 13, 2015.

Time: 7:30am

Location: Statler City, Buffalo, NY

Contact: Alicia Blodgett at 716-829-3711

Sponsor: Office of Graduate Medical Education

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