The University at Buffalo is a research-intensive public institution with a 150-year heritage of excellence in the medical sciences. At the School of Dental Medicine, our research programs cover a wide range of oral health problems — from the basic research of molecular and cellular biology, to understanding community health factors of oral cancers.
Whether you are a relatively new member of the dental school faculty or an established researcher, the School of Dental Medicine and UB have a variety of services available to help support you and your research.
Are you looking for a research mentor, or trying to get a journal article? Learn about all the resources available to pre-DDS, graduate and clinical post-graduate students at the School of Dental Medicine.
At UB, we have partnered with industry to help introduce new products for both the dental profession and the general public. If your company is interested in developing research collaborations with the School of Dental Medicine, we can help you find a faculty researcher, access our facilities and grow your business.
Dedicated facilities for specialized oral health research.
School of Dental Medicine faculty members comprise a wealth of recognized expertise in basic, translational and clinical research. Here, you can find the information you need to learn more about our research, contact someone and discuss potential collaborations.
UB’s School of Dental Medicine typically has a variety of approved clinical studies going on at any one time.
The Buffalo Section of the American Association for Dental Research (AADR Buffalo) encourages oral health research activities at the School of Dental Medicine and throughout the community.