Clinical Research Consulting Lab

Brian Quigley (right).

Brian Quigley, PhD, (middle) from the Clinical Research Consulting Lab, judges a poster with Brahm Segal, MD, (right) at the Department of Medicine's 2018 Research Day.

We’ll help you carry out high-quality, high-impact research and share your findings with the widest possible audience.

Guided Research Support

Our Clinical Research Consulting Lab (CRCL) supports departmental residents, fellows and faculty with design, statistical and analytical services that will refine and accelerate every stage of your project.

We offer you expertise in:

  • Proposal Development
  • Problem and Hypothesis Formulation
  • Research Methods and Study Design
    • Survey Development
    • Sample Selection
    • Design Considerations
    • Statistical Power 
  • Statistical Analysis and Interpretation
  • Dissemination of Findings
    • Abstract Writing and Manuscript Development

Workshops to Amplify Your Skills

Whether you’re a trainee seeking to cultivate your skills or a faculty member looking to fine-tune your process, we also offer focused workshops that will take your research to the next level.  Workshops are scheduled frequently over the year and include the topics listed above as well as other topics such as how to read and write scientific paper and understanding/conducting systematic reviews/meta-analysis. Workshops are geared toward increasing the knowledge base of individuals with limited research experience.

Free Service for Unfunded Projects

We recommend that you contact us at least six weeks prior to your research deadlines. Briefly describe the project and include your contact information. A staff member will get back to you within two business days to schedule your consultation.

Schedule a Consultation

We recommend that you contact us at least six weeks prior to your research deadlines. Briefly describe the project and include your contact information. A staff member will get back to you within two business days to schedule your consultation.

It is always best to consult with us prior to conduction of a research study.

“To consult the statistician after an experiment is finished is often merely to ask him to conduct a post mortem examination. He can perhaps say what the experiment died of.”

-Sir Ronald Fisher (1890 – 1962)

CRCL Personnel

Gudleski, Gregory

Gregory Gudleski, PhD

Research Associate Professor and Director, Clinical Research Consulting Lab (CRCL)

F-117 DK Miller Bldg., ECMC, 462 Grider St. Buffalo, NY 14226

Phone: 716-898-6236; Fax: 716-898-3040

Email: gudleski@buffalo.edu

Lackner, Jeffrey

Jeffrey Lackner, PsyD

Professor of Medicine and Chief, Division of Behavioral Medicine

Erie County Medical Center, Behavioral Medicine Clinic, DK Miller Bldg, 462 Grider Street Buffalo, NY 14215

Phone: (716) 898-5671; Fax: (716) 898-3040

Email: lackner@buffalo.edu

Quigley, Brian

Brian Quigley, Ph.D.

Research Assistant Professor

Behavioral Medicine Clinic, DK Miller Building, ECMC, 462 Grider St. Buffalo, NY 14215

Phone: 716-898-5205; Fax: 716-898-3040

Email: bquigley@buffalo.edu

Reynolds, Jessica

Jessica Reynolds, PhD

Associate Professor

6075 CTRC, 875 Ellicott Street Buffalo, NY 14203

Phone: (716) 888-4777

Email: jlr8@buffalo.edu

Ann Marie Carosella, PhD

Phone: (716) 898-5671

Email: carosell@buffalo.edu

Rebecca S. Firth, MHA

Medicine

Erie County Medical Center, 462 Grider St, Buffalo, NY 14215

Phone: (716) 898-6254; Fax: (716) 898-3040

Email: rsfirth@buffalo.edu

Research Related Resources

If you are currently doing or planning on doing a research project you should consult the following resources first: