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Teaching and Learning Facilities

Our modern facilities prepare you to meet tomorrow’s health care challenges.

4/19/17

Our state-of-the-art educational center brings together students from all five health sciences disciplines—medicine, nursing, pharmacy, public health and dentistry—to learn as members of a team.

A specimen on display at the Brain Museum.
4/19/17
Also known as the Museum of Neuroanatomy, this facility features more than 80 illuminated brain specimens that can be viewed from a variety of angles.
4/26/17
Our dedicated Clinical Competency Center prepares medical students for national competency exams with real-world interactive scenarios featuring standardized patients.
4/19/17
The Office of Medical Computing manages the school’s “smart” classrooms, maintains our computer labs, loans multimedia equipment and provides installation and support for university-related software and hardware.
Ray Kelleher, left, and Wade Sigurdson, middle, examine a sample with a student in the Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting facility.
4/19/17
Supporting both research and teaching, University at Buffalo shares core instrumentation facilities and a transgenic animal facility with its affiliated institutions.
Students at a demonstration in the Gross Anatomy lab
1/11/17
This lab supports anatomy instruction with 32 dissection tables and onsite specimen storage. Its adjacent lecture hall permits anatomical demonstrations for large groups.
Students using microscopes
6/19/14
Our fully equipped lab classrooms give basic sciences students hands-on experience with research tools and techniques.
Students in class in Butler Auditorium
9/29/14

Our classrooms, training facilities and lecture halls take full advantage of multimedia and electronic connectivity.

4/19/17
Our library system boasts an extensive collection of books, journals and databases including Medline, ClinicalKey and Evidence Based Medicine Reviews. We also offer access to a wide variety of clinical resources through HUBNET.