Our work gets us noticed. UBMD physicians make headlines for raising the bar on clinical care, leading community health initatives and conducting groundbreaking research, among other advancements and accomplishments.

Symptoms of cervical myelopathy may appear in different ways. Some may feel pain in the neck, others have pain or numbness elsewhere in the body at/below the compressed area of the spinal cord, or some may experience both.

Recent FDA approval of a fast-acting insulin for children with diabetes mellitus came about with the help of UB, UBMD Pediatrics and Oishei Children’s Hospital, and some highly committed Western New York families.


Researchers' aim was to determine the effect of a person’s blood lipids on the major arteries outside the skull.

Urologists play an integral role in health care, providing complete urological care for men and women, as well as reproductive care for men. In addition, urologists also diagnose and treat 25 percent of all cancer cases.
Diagnosing and treating craniofacial abnormalities can be a challenging time for parents. Renée Reynolds, MD discusses this group of disorders and what leads to successful treatment outcomes.

Innovative program exposes aspiring doctors to important new health care tool.


UB faculty experts offer tips on how to eat right, move more and stress less.

Staying warm and safe in the winter season is paramount for every one, but especially for children. Dennis Kuo, MD, MHS has winter safety tips to keep the family safe. 

E. Brooke Lerner directs research to improve treatment before a child arrives at the hospital.

Menopause is a natural transition. While it may not be the same for everyone, Vanessa Barnabei, MD, PhD provides an overview of the timing in which menopause may begin, as well as some of the signs.