Research & Facilities

David Hojnacki, MD, and computer displays of neurological images.

David Hojnacki, MD, one of our outstanding physician-scientists exploring key neurological issues, specializes in diagnostic neuroimaging and multiple sclerosis research.

We are a national and international leader in increasing the understanding of neurological disease and improving diagnosis and treatment.

  • Areas of Research
    Our department makes significant contributions to research in many areas of neurology, exploring novel treatments, disease processes and genetic factors of neurological conditions.
  • Research Highlights
    UB Department of Neurology research scientists and physician-scientists have made important and internationally recognized contributions to medical science, including patents, discoveries and treatment advances.
  • Recent Faculty Publications
    View a listing of our faculty’s most recent publications.
  • Recent Research Funding
    Faculty secure several million dollars annually for their research from various public and private sources, including the National Institutes of Health, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, foundations and pharmaceutical firms.
  • Research Opportunities for Students, Residents and Fellows
    Research skills form a key component of a successful, responsive clinical practice, as well as founding your academic career.
  • Research Centers
    Our program encourages collaborative, multidisciplinary research in well-established centers where you can work with faculty across departmental boundaries.
  • Clinical Trials & Research
    The clinical trials our faculty conduct build knowledge about a wide spectrum of conditions and improve the quality of care for people in Western New York and around the globe.
  • Dr. Michael E. Cohen Resident Research Day
    Beginning in your second year of neurology residency, you will share the latest information about your research project while celebrating your accomplishments during this annual event.