Teaching and Learning Facilities

When you join our clinical neurophysiology fellowship program, you enjoy access to learning facilities you won’t find anywhere else.

Our clinical neurophysiology fellowship curriculum is the only one we know of that features dedicated lecture-demonstrations in a gross anatomy lab.

In UB’s Gross Anatomy Lab, you’ll review the innervations of muscles and their actions and the anatomy of the peripheral nervous system from prosected cadavers and torsos. Our fellows consistently find this training an invaluable preparation for conducting EMG studies.

You’ll also have time to explore the the United States’ only museum dedicated exclusively to the brain.

This renowned UB resource — featuring nearly 100 elegantly displayed brain specimens — gives you an unparalleled view of central nervous system anatomy.

  • Brain Museum
    Also known as the Museum of Neuroanatomy, this facility features more than 80 illuminated brain specimens that can be viewed from a variety of angles.
  • Gross Anatomy Lab
    This lab supports anatomy instruction with 32 dissection tables and onsite specimen storage. A lecture hall nearby permits anatomical demonstrations for large groups.
  • University Libraries
    Our library system boasts an extensive collection of books, journals and databases including Medline, ClinicalKey and Evidence Based Medicine Reviews. We also offer access to a wide variety of clinical resources.