• Politico New York: Med students squeezed amid wider competition for rotation space

    The concern among U.S. medical school deans is growing because of competition from offshore medical schools. Read more here. More
  • The Buffalo News: Jacobs family gives $30 million to UB Medical School

    The gift is the second largest in the history of University at Buffalo. A $30 million donation makes a statement to faculty and researchers at other medical schools, and to undergraduates applying to medical school, that something noteworthy is happening at UB, said Jo Wiederhorn, president and CEO of the Associated Medical Schools of New York. More
  • The Journal News: Valahalla medical college program graduates first in new program

    Olubunmi Amakor on May 22 became the first graduate of the Associated Medical Schools of New York’s (AMSNY) post-baccalaureate program at New York Medical College’s School of Medicine. The program offers minority students a guaranteed admission to medical school upon completion of the 1- to 2-year post baccalaureate program, along with a $16,000 stipend. More
  • Time Warner Cable News: Medical Leaders Push For More Research Funding

    When it comes to star research scientists, those in the medical field say New York state is lagging behind several other states. Why? Because New York commits far less money to research investments. More
  • Capital New York: In the race for star medical researchers, N.Y. goes slow

    In March, many of the state's most esteemed doctors and medical school officials traveled to Albany to ask for approximately $100 million to recruit and retain top medical research scientists. When the budget came out in April, they found out what they got: $650,000. Read more here. More
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