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Research Institutes

Faculty in the school conduct basic and clinical-translational research in a variety of settings
and collaborative work groups.

4/6/17

Hauptman-Woodward is an independent, not-for-profit, biomedical research facility committed to improving human health by conducting basic-science research aimed at determining how disease develops at the molecular level. The institute, whose president is Nobel Laureate Herbert Hauptman, is home to the UB Department of Structural Biology.

4/6/17

RPCI is a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center and a member of the prestigious National Comprehensive Cancer Network. Its campus spans 25 acres on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. For more than a century, physician-scientists at RPCI have made fundamental contributions to reduce the cancer burden and to help set the national standards for cancer care, research and education.

4/6/17

Director: Timothy F. Murphy, MD/Medicine

An integrated academic home for UB’s outstanding clinical research and translational science, and the hub of the Buffalo Translational Consortium. The CTRC provides innovative research tools, support, training, resources and coordination.

4/6/17

Executive Director: Norma J. Nowak, PhD

Home to more than 250 scientists and research staff with physical, biological and computational expertise who are engaged in interdisciplinary translational research collaborations.