Our Fellows and Alumni


Addiction medicine almunus Tony Lin, MD, with Sarah Abdelsayed, MD,  Program Director.

Current Fellows

Matthew Doyle

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine


Our graduates enjoy rewarding careers as academic and community leaders as they help fill the critical need for specialized treatment providers.

Afrayem Morgan 

Addiction Medicine and Psychiatry Faculty Physician, Atrium Health Charlotte, NC


Tony Lin 

Addiction Medicine Faculty Physician, UBMD Family Medicine 


Scott Matthews

VA Interprofessional Advanced Fellowship in Addiction Treatment-Yale


Bryan Danzi

Addiction Medicine Physician, Rochester Regional Health


Robert McMorrow

Addiction Medicine Physician, MidMichigan Community Health Services Substance Use Disorder and Addiction Program


Christine Boxhorn

Assistant Professor, Medical College of Wisconsin, Addiction Medicine and Anesthesiology


Tildabeth Doscher

Former Program Director, University at Buffalo Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program 



Darren Alicandri

Attending Physician, UBMD Family Medicine Addiction Medicine


Sarah Abdelsayed

Program Director, University at Buffalo Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program 


From Our Graduates

“I’m convinced this is the best Addiction Medicine fellowship in the US.  I haven’t found any program that can match the variety of clinical experiences, quality of instruction, and opportunities to practice compassionate, comprehensive medicine available at SUNY Buffalo. I graduated from the fellowship prepared to handle any addiction medicine patient and confident what I had learned would enrich the rest of my career.” - Scott Matthews, MD, Class of 2021

“I had completed the UB Addiction Medicine fellowship from 2019-2020- and I did this completely switching specialties from Pathology. After finishing my Pathology residency, I did not have any clinical experience- as Pathology did not involve direct patient care. The faculty at UB not only gave me a chance to fall in love with this specialty, but they have prepared me very well for practicing medicine again with direct patient care. I cannot say enough how knowledgeable, caring and helpful the faculty are — overall it was an excellent experience!” - Bryan Danzi, DO, Class of 2020