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medical students drawing a live model
12/23/14
During the University at Buffalo’s inaugural Humanities Day, first-year medical students explored diverse issues related to medical humanism — an approach to care that emphasizes compassionate, empathic doctor-patient relationships.
Bogdan K. Beirowski, MD, PhD
12/15/14
A University at Buffalo biochemist led the first study to identify the liver kinase B1 (LKB1) pathway as a possible therapeutic target for neuropathies, including diabetic neuropathy.
12/10/14
Twenty-five faculty members with diverse backgrounds and expertise have joined the school’s faculty during the past several months.
First-year medical student Sarah-Grace Carbrey and live model
12/23/14

As part of new curricula, first-year University at Buffalo medical students may participate in life drawing sessions, sketching muscle groups and skeletal structures from a nude model.

medical students drawing a live model
12/23/14
During the University at Buffalo’s inaugural Humanities Day, first-year medical students explored diverse issues related to medical humanism — an approach to care that emphasizes compassionate, empathic doctor-patient relationships.
Bogdan K. Beirowski, MD, PhD
12/15/14
A University at Buffalo biochemist led the first study to identify the liver kinase B1 (LKB1) pathway as a possible therapeutic target for neuropathies, including diabetic neuropathy.