Preclinical research in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences that investigated the origins of pain sensation has led to the development of a novel and durable treatment for inflammatory pain that could be a promising alternative to opioids.
Four medical residents, three medical students and one postdoctoral associate earned honors for outstanding poster presentations at the Office of Graduate Medical Education’s third annual Celebration of Scholarship.
One year after University at Buffalo scientists demonstrated that it was possible to produce millions of mature human cells in a mouse embryo, they have published a detailed description of the method so that other laboratories can duplicate the procedure.
The University at Buffalo has a number of successful programs that provide career and professional development and opportunities for underrepresented students to develop into successful scientists and health professionals.
The Office of Research and Graduate Education conducted its fifth annual white coat ceremony to recognize 19 students from the Class of 2020-2021 — 15 students in the PhD Program in Biomedical Sciences (PPBS) and four MD-PhD students — who are matching to their doctoral laboratories.
A trainee in the doctoral program in neuroscience is one of 18 young researchers across the United States selected for an award that supports for up to six years a defined pathway across career stages for outstanding graduate students from diverse backgrounds underrepresented in neuroscience research.