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Community Outreach

Students and faculty in our school participate in a wide variety of outreach efforts in the community that foster lifelong learning and promote healthy lifestyles.

UB affiliated doctors at the Jefferson Family Medicine Center.

UB-affiliated physicians at the Jefferson Family Medicine Center.

Community Education

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The Mini-Medical School is the enormously popular community lecture series dealing with subjects traditionally covered in medical school, but geared to a general audience.

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 “Girl Scouts Go to Medical School” is an annual event led by UB medical students.
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This facility, also known as the Museum of Neuroanatomy, is a highly valued educational resource for the community. It features more than 80 elegantly displayed and carefully illuminated brain specimens that can be viewed by visitors from a variety of angles.

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The Robert L. Brown History of Medicine Collection in the Health Sciences Library includes instruments, monographs and journal volumes from the 19th century.

Clinical Services

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UB faculty, in partnership with Kaleida Health, operate a top-of-the-line facility to sustain medical treatment in a neighborhood where options are few and access is limited.

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This nonprofit, drop-in clinic provides free, routine health care and preventive services to uninsured patients on Buffalo’s East Side.

Workforce Training

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Workforce shortages in Western New York are being addressed by a UB program that fosters an interest in science careers among area high school students
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UB’s iSciWNY is a workforce-development program dedicated to preparing Western New Yorkers for new positions in Buffalo Niagara’s growing life-sciences industry.

How You Can Help

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The Anatomical Gift Program allows medical students, residents and others to gain skills they need to treat patients in clinical practice.

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