GME Red Phone: Confidential Patient Safety, Duty Hour and Resident Concern Reporting

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University at Buffalo
Office of Graduate Medical Education

Got Parking? Tell us more!

Are you experiencing parking issues when coming to the downtown campus? GME is interested in your feedback to identify patterns and collect data that can be used to alleviate the situation. Are there specific days and times that are more difficult to obtain parking than others? Which parking lots?

Complete this brief survey.  The survey is anonymous. However, there is an option for you to enter your contact information if you would like to further discuss the issue with a GME staff member.

Thank you in advance for partnering with GME to find a solution!

Buffalo's Tradition of Discovery

Buffalo's primary medical research institutions are home to a critical mass of world-class researchers in both basic and applied sciences. From the Nobel Prize-winning scientist who first made protein structure determination possible, to the development of cutting-edge disciplines such as pharmacogenomics, Buffalo researchers have been - and continue to be - pioneers in fields of biomedical science.

Some noted biomedical advances from Buffalo include:

  • The PSA test
  • AVONEX®, the interferon treatment for multiple sclerosis
  • Genetic diagnostics
  • First automated structural determination of Gramicidin A
  • Fetal viability test
  • Patented high-throughput crystallization method
  • Timed-release insulin therapy
  • Anti-arrhythmia therapy made from tarantula venom
  • Artificial blood
  • Liquid ventilation, LiquiVent®
  • Photodynamic therapy
  • Surfactant therapy for newborns, Infasurf®,
    that has reduced preterm mortality
  • Platinum coil for inoperable cranial aneurysms
  • The internal pacemaker
  • The methodology to screen infants for phenylketonuria (PKU)
  • "Lippes Loop" - intrauterine contraceptive device
  • "Smart Pill" for assessing gastrointestinal motility