Category Archives: UB

Mini Med Series: Infectious Diseases

UB Mini Med School

Presented by the UB Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Covering infectious diseases, vaccines and leading research
on prevention techniques

Measles as a Metaphor
Alan J. Lesse, MD
Sr. Associate Dean for Medical Curriculum
Chief of Infectious Disease, VA WNY Healthcare System

Vaccines: Challenges and Options
Kenyani S. Davis, MD
UBMD Internal Medicine

Tuesday, Oct 3 • 6-8 p.m.
150 Farber Hall (Butler Auditorium)
UB South Campus

Combating Infections
Anthony A. Campagnari, PhD
Professor of Microbiology/Immunology and Medicine

The Microbiome and Oral Biology
Robert J. Genco, PhD, DDS
Director, UB Microbiome Center
Distinguished Professor of Oral Biology, Periodontics and Microbiology

Tuesday, Oct. 10 ​6-8 p.m.
150 Farber Hall (Butler Auditorium)
UB South Campus

UB’s Mini Med School series is a public service offered to anyone 16
and older interested in learning about the latest advancements in medicine and healthcare.

Cost is $5 per session or free for students with a valid ID.

New for this year is a “Series Subscriber” ticket, which includes access
to each of the 10 lectures in 2017-18, reserved premium seating, recognition as a series subscriber and a future tour of the new medical school campus in downtown Buffalo. If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Alexander J. Eadie

To register click here.

For more information about the series, please visit the Mini Med School website.

Questions? Contact Alexander J. Eadie, 716-829-2971.

UB welcomes largest-ever medical school class

They volunteer at food pantries and suicide hotlines, work with the homeless and refugees, and assist at hospice and Meals on Wheels. They’ve done research on cancer, diabetes and geriatrics, and worked on medical missions all over the globe.

They are the 180 students of the Class of 2021 at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, who received their white coats at a ceremony on Friday in the Mainstage theater in the Center for the Arts.

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MAPS Officers for 2017-18

Congratulations to the newly elected officers of the Minority Association of Pre-med Students for 2017-18!

President – Amber Palmer

Vice President – Zaakirah Barry

Treasurer – Desiree Majekford

Secretary – Vaughnessa Alexander

 

Mini Med Series: More Than Our Share – Diseases of WNY

UB Mini Medical School
Sponsored in part by UBMD

More Than Our Share – Diseases of Western New York
Presented by the UB Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Covering diabetes, multiple sclerosis and more.

Tuesday, June 6 • 6-8 p.m.
Tuesday, June 13 ​6-8 p.m.

150 Farber Hall (Butler Auditorium)
UB South Campus

UB’s Mini Medical School series is a public service offered to those
ages 16 and older. Anyone interested in learning about the latest advancements in medicine and healthcare is encouraged to attend.

Cost is $5 per session or free for students with a valid ID. Parking is
available in the Sherman Road lot, directly off Bailey Avenue next
to Farber Hall.

To register, click here.

For more information about the series, please visit
the Mini Medical School website.

Questions? Contact Jennifer Britton at
jlobaugh@buffalo.edu or 716-829-2773.

PDA Officers for 2017-18

Congratulations to the newly elected officers of the Pre-Dental Association for 2017-18!

President:  Christina Aponte

Vice President:  Monica Ghobrial

Secretary:  Nicole Walawander

Treasurer:  Jake Graca

Philanthropy/Shadowing Chair:  Ryan Kaminsky

Public Relations:  Sajani Patel

SA Liaison:  Caroline Pippin

Historian:  Longjie Chen

 

APMS Officers for 2017-18

Congratulations to the newly elected officers of the Association of Pre-Med Students for 2017-18!

President: Stephanie Parmeter

Vice President: Justin Harvey

Treasurer: Sammi Borsellino

Secretary: Katie O’Donnell

Chief Shadowing Coordinator: Madeleine Carroll

ER Shadowing Coordinator: Marissa Catanzaro

Volunteer Coordinator: Sarah Hosking

Habitat Coordinator: Cameron Williams

Public Relations: Julienne Zhou