University at Buffalo, the State University of New York

Mission Statement

The University at Buffalo CTSI performs innovative research across the T1 to T4 translational spectrum to improve health and reduce health disparities in our community and the nation. Because our community includes a large proportion of underrepresented minorities and people who experience health disparities, we place emphasis on efforts to engage our entire community so that all may benefit from participating in clinical and translational research. We strive to achieve these ambitious goals through education, innovation, consultation and support.

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Funded Years
2015 - 2018, 2020
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How physicians change: Multisource feedback driven intervention improves physician leadership and teamwork

Multisource feedback provides a method of quantitatively assessing and improving physician professionalism, interpersonal communication, teamwork, and leadership behaviors. We sought to determine whether tiered educational interventions can improve measurements of multisource feedback for physicians

Sustainable Response to the COVID Pandemic in an Urban Underserved Community in Buffalo New York

The University at Buffalo Clinical and Translational Science Institute places a priority on facilitating and performing research to improve the health of our community and to address health disparities in Buffalo, particularly in African American neighborhoods. African Americans are twice as likely

University at Buffalo CTSI Translational Imaging Core Poster

University at Buffalo CTSI Translational Imaging Core

The CTSI Translational Imaging Core supports pre-clinical and clinical imaging, which is a particular strength of researchers in the Buffalo Translational Consortium (BTC). Establishing the Imaging Core in 2015, supported by the CTSA, has enabled us to markedly expand our user base, supporting 102