Welcome to the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical
Sciences. Take these steps to promote your work to prospective
students, residents, fellows, collaborators, the media and other
A professional portrait makes your first positive impression on individuals we want to recruit to our school, helping them familiarize themselves with you before they come to campus for an interview or schedule an appointment at your office.
You can have your faculty portrait taken, for free, at the Office of Communications’ in-house portrait studio, located in 173 Biomedical Education Building.
Your online faculty profile is the authoritative source for
media as well as prospective students, residents and postdoctoral
fellows. Data you enter into the eCV database completes your
profile on the medical school’s website and, if you’re
a clinician and a member of the pratice plan, on the UBMD website,
Features in eCV also automatically create NIH
biosketches and CVs that meet the school’s requirements for
promotion and tenure.
The Office of Communications provides information and visual
guides to help you get the most out of your faculty profile:
Your faculty profile includes a biographical sketch of up to 300
words. Read through these guidelines and examples to create a
professional summary that coordinates your distinctive expertise
with the rest of your information in eCV:
When you have completed your faculty profile by entering data into eCV, create a professional signature block that includes hyperlinks to important information about you, your department and the school.
Key announcements, messages from the dean and the school newsletter come to your UB email address. Many university and school services, including UB Information Technology and the Office of Communications, can only respond to messages that originate from your UB email account. Use it consistently, and if you have other email accounts, check your UB email daily.
As a new faculty member, you will need to claim your
UBITName (username) to gain access to UB IT services. You
will need to verify your identity and provide answers to questions
to be used in case you need to reset your password.
The school’s URL is http://medicine.buffalo.edu. Bookmark it and make it your home page so that you can keep abreast of school news and events.
We want to tell stories about your work to the outside world. Let the Office of Communications know whenever you have news.