Eighty-four student-scientists presented projects during the Ninth Annual Buffalo Summer Research Conference, an interdisciplinary forum marking the culmination of their summer research in Buffalo.
Just about everything is going wireless these days — including efforts to reprogram the human genome.
Advanced technologies are making gross human anatomy — already considered by many doctors the most meaningful course they took in medical school — even better.
Two faculty members, two medical fellows, one medical student and one postdoctoral associate earned honors for outstanding poster presentations at the first General Medical Education Celebration of Scholarship (formerly Scholarly Exchange Day).
A study by first author Jack Tseng, PhD, has reported that two enigmatic fossil teeth found in Canada are the first known fossils of hyenas from the Arctic.
Two residents, a fellow and a medical student have been awarded a trio of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences’ most prestigious awards.
Fifteen oral presentations were given and 36 poster presentations were on display during the Department of Surgery’s 15th annual Research Day.
Eight medical school teachers, a fellow, four residents and three medical students received 2019 Louis A. and Ruth Siegel Awards or honorable mentions for excellence in teaching.
National Biomechanics Day activities at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences were dedicated to education about how bones and joints in the body — human and otherwise — do their work.
Two teams of researchers — one led by Stuart D. Inglis, PhD; and one co-led by Richard L. Lamb, PhD — have been awarded SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grants (IITG).