Learn about bone tumors and gain experience with histology slides in our orthopaedic bone pathology lab.
Our bone lab processes tumors dissected from orthopaedic oncology cases. We process the tumors so they can be studied for diagnosis.
Orthopaedic residents at all levels of training spend time in our bone lab. Working with an orthopaedic oncology physician, trainees:
Residents can also benefit from the research support of our bone lab technician — who can assist in the process of creating histology slides — and a research associate, who can assist in data collection and preparation for clinical studies.
Our lab is furnished with a digital, computerized orthopaedic oncology archive with thousands of patient case histories.
We work with chemicals and equipment necessary for processing the tumors, such as saws, diamond cutters, chemicals, microscopes and a computer to catalog specimens.
Specifically, our equipment includes:
Eighth floor, Building C
Buffalo General Medical Center
100 High Street, Buffalo NY 14203