Academic & Clinical Research

Buffalo is home to one of the most innovative and exciting neurosurgery residency training programs in the country, through University at Buffalo Neurosurgery. Our Endovascular Neurosurgery service is world-renowned for its innovation and advances in minimally invasive treatments for cerebrovascular disorders. Our spine fellowship provides fellows with abundant clinical and research experience in preparation for an academic or clinical career in spine surgery.

Our seven-year neurosurgery residency program is designed to provide progressive learning experiences and to encourage progressive responsibility. Structured rotations, including a three-month endovascular rotation, ensure that residents acquire the requisite knowledge and skills to diagnose and treat neurosurgical disorders, while educational conferences expose residents to the disciplines of neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neuropathology, neuropharmacology, and neurochemistry.

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Our faculty conduct clinical trials and studies in cutting-edge treatments and therapies.

The clinical trials our faculty conduct build knowledge about a wide spectrum of conditions and improve the quality of care for people in Western New York and around the globe.

UBNS academic residents and fellows take part in conducting research, gaining professional experience while working to extend the frontiers of medical knowledge. Our extensive experience in conducting trials helps us provide a well-developed, safe and medically sound infrastructure for investigative projects.

Adult Neurosurgery Locations

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  • Gates Vascular Institute

  • Summit Medical Campus

  • Conventus Building

  • Comprehensive Neuroscience Center

Surgical Locations:  Sisters of Charity Hospital, Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center, Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital, Mercy Hospital of Buffalo, Buffalo General Medical Center, Gates Vascular Institute, Kenmore Mercy Hospital

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