We are very pleased that you are considering The University at Buffalo for the next stage of your professional training. Our goal is to provide residents and fellows with the knowledge and clinical experience they need to become highly skilled physicians and leaders within the health care community.
The University at Buffalo is internationally recognized as a leader in education, research and patient care, with a long history of excellence in medical education that began in 1846. We have achieved this recognition by blending academic excellence, exceptional bedside clinical teaching and thoughtful innovation designed to meet the changing needs of future clinical practitioners.
Our Residency and Fellowship Programs offer physicians-in-training outstanding opportunities to learn from clinicians who are among the best in their fields.
This web page is designed to direct you to the individual programs of your interest.
The Office of Graduate Medical Education is dedicated to providing and supporting an inclusive culture. Faculty, residents, fellows, students and staff who bring diverse life experiences and perspectives enrich the learning environment and enhance patient care and research. We strive to foster a safe, welcoming space characterized by respect, and we value individual differences in race, ethnicity, gender/gender identity, age, religion, language, abilities/disabilities, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and veteran status.
We proudly uphold the motto of the United States, as cited by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in her remarks at the University of Buffalo in 2019:
“E pluribus unum - Out of many, one.”