Participating in orthopaedics research gives you opportunities to extend the frontiers of knowledge and work toward improving standards for patient care.
We’re proud to offer research opportunities — which hone skills in critical thinking, data collection, analysis and research presentation — to our medical students, residents and fellows.
As a trainee in our orthopaedics residency, you will have opportunities to participate in a variety of research endeavors during training.
With the guidance of our faculty, our fellows learn to design, implement and interpret research studies. If you’re a fellow in one of our programs, we’ll encourage you to participate in basic bench research, epidemiologic and clinical studies, translational research or clinical trials.
As a UB medical student, you can engage in an elective that trains you how to approach a research topic, conduct research and prepare your work for publication.
In addition to working on your own project, you’ll be exposed to a wide range of projects taking place in labs and hospital settings.