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University at Buffalo Computing
 

Buffalo Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics
The Center combines computational science and high-throughput experimental biology to enable new medical treatments.

Buffalo Neuroimaging Analysis Center
BNAC is a computer center that performs quantitative analysis of MRI scans.

Center for Assistive Technology
CAS has Web based instruction development for people with disabilities and other research.

Center for Computational Research
CCR is a leading academic supercomputing site in the United States. It supports UB research groups and Western New York companies.

Center for Positron Emission Tomography
A clinical and research consortium utilizing PET in diagnostic and research questions, currently emphasizing areas of neurology, oncology and cardiology.

CIT Central Computing
CIT is responsible for managing and operating University at Buffalo central computing, networking and telecommunications systems. This site includes UB computing policy and a glossary.

Educational Technology Center
ETC assists faculty and other UB instructors to design instructional technology applications and to develop Web based and multimedia courses.

Health Professions IT Partnership (HPITP)
HPITP assists the health sciences schools in integrating IT across the schools and their affiliates. It assists professionals in utilizing IT in their educational, research and community and health care objectives.

National Center for Geographic Information & Analysis
NCGIA is an independent research consortium. Health research has included using geographic methods to discover connections between where people live and their health, such as breast cancer as well as angler fish consumption and health in WNY.

Office of Medical Computing
Office of Medical Computing
OMC supports computer services to students, faculty and staff including resolving computing problems and suggesting computing improvements.

OIR manages the Dental School computer networks, communications infrastructure, software development and training for students and faculty.

GCS is not responsible for the content or logon procedures of external internet sites