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.

While providing primary and specialty care, UBMD physicians are training the healthcare team of the future for Western New York and beyond.

Western New York BloodCare has awarded the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences a second grant aimed at addressing a shortage of physicians in the region who specialize in treating non-malignant blood disorders.

Springtime allergies are just getting started and adults and children alike can be affected.

Commission cites trial led by Paresh Dandona in announcing approval for Type 1 diabetes.

While the pelvic floor might not be commonly talked about, when concerns and symptoms arise, they can have a major impact on your quality of life.

A medical device under development aims to reduce the number of joint replacement infections by using electrical stimulation.

The largest medical group in WNY, UBMD Physicians' Group is 500+ physicians strong, all working towards advancing the health of our community.

Researchers from UB and Moscow State University are collaborating to determine how a biomarker for metastatic prostate cancer might best be detected. 


With a view overlooking the city, University at Buffalo medical students who matched into UB residency programs were honored at a reception hosted by Graduate Medical Education in collaboration with the Office of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement.


NIH has awarded $2 million to UB’s Hunter James Kelly Research Institute to pursue a new direction in understanding and curing the disease.