When you train with our faculty, we’ll augment your understanding of neurosurgery, providing you with essential knowledge that you’ll tap throughout your career.
Whether you are a medical student at the Jacobs School or a student from another institution, you are invited to spend time with us to become exposed to the field of neurosurgery through research projects, clinical rotations, along with clinical and operative shadowing experiences.
Medical students at the Jacobs School are welcome to visit our department to learn more about the field of neurosurgery. The following opportunities are available:
All branches of modern neurosurgery, including vascular surgery and pediatric neurosurgery, are practiced in the University-affiliated hospitals.
The teaching of undergraduate students emphasizes the recognition of the most common injuries and illnesses of the central nervous system with an elaboration of the appropriate diagnostic workup and the subsequent surgical procedures. Teaching is carried out in each of the affiliated hospitals (Buffalo General Medical Center, Oishei Children’s Hospital, Erie County Medical Center, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center).
There are a number of active research laboratories in the department, including endovascular, tumor biology, and movement disorders. Opportunities for clinical research exist as well.
Jeffrey Mullin, MD, MBA
Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery
40 George Karl Blvd, Suite 200
Williamsville, NY 14221
Phone: 716.218.1000 x7113
Coordinator of Medical Student Rotations:
Academic Coordinator, Department of Neurosurgery
Buffalo General Medical Center
100 High St., Suite B4
Buffalo, NY 14203
Phone: (716) 218-1000 x7354
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