We invite you to learn more about the events and programs we offer for alumni, faculty and students.
Reunion Weekend is held each year in conjunction with Spring Clinical Day. Alumni gather from across the country to reconnect with classmates and to participate in activities sponsored by the MAA.
This event is held each year during Reunion Weekend. It addresses a theme relevant to medical education, biomedical research or clinical care and features expert speakers, a luncheon and poster presentations by UB residents as part of their Scholarly Exchange Research Day.
These awards are presented each spring to graduates (medical and biomedical), residents and volunteers who are recognized by their peers for outstanding contributions to medicine, science and our community.
The Gold Humanism Honor Society is a steadfast advocate for humanism and honors medical students, residents, role-model physician teachers and other exemplars recognized for “demonstrated excellence in clinical care, leadership, compassion and dedication to service."
This annual event celebrates our donors' loyalty and generosity to the school.
The Medical Alumni Association presents the UB DoctHERS Symposium each year. Join us for a morning of networking, information on leadership development, and support for women physicians, scientists, faculty, residents, students and healthcare professionals.
Alumni are invited to attend the White Coat Ceremony in August, where members of the incoming class receive their white coat.
The MAA supports our graduating class and wishes them well on this very important day. We present each graduate with a letter opener when they learn where they have been accepted to residency.
The MAA president speaks on behalf of all alumni on Graduation Day and welcomes our graduates to our special network.
The president of Polity is a guest member on the MAA governing board. The board also supports select student conferences and meetings.
Members of the MAA Governing Board attend various events throughout the week and meet the incoming first-year class.
The UB HOST Program, sponsored by the Medical Alumni Association, offers medical students and residents the opportunity to connect and network with alumni volunteers while away from campus.