Research and Facilities

John Crane, MD PhD

Like much of the research in our divsion, John Crane’s studies on E. coli seek to improve our understanding of infectious disease transmission, treatment and prevention.

We investigate the pathogenesis, treatment and prevention of an array of infectious diseases—translational research with the potential for broad public application.

1/25/18
Faculty in our division investigate the pathogenesis, treatment and prevention of an array of infectious diseases—translational research with the potential for broad public application.
7/11/17
View a listing of our faculty’s most recent publications.
2/7/19
Faculty research is supported by extramural funding of more than $2 million annually. The majority of support is derived from national funding agencies such the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration.
2/7/19
In our division, you’ll collaborate with world-class physician-scientists on translational research projects investigating the pathogenesis, treatment and prevention of infectious diseases.
6/19/14
Our research facilities enable you to gain valuable experience with a broad range of clinical studies aimed at advancing knowledge of infectious diseases and identifying new treatments for them.
6/19/14
Our school’s shared core instrumentation and transgenic animal facilities support research by UB faculty and investigators at our affiliated institutions. These facilities not only house state-of-the-art equipment but in many cases also provide data analysis, training and grant writing consultation.
11/10/17
Our division maintains strong relationships with research centers, hospitals and medical institutes in the Buffalo area.