- The Learning Environment
The Learning Environment
The BCLS Program of Medical Technology is located on the UB South Campus. Instruction is conducted through a combination of classroom-based lectures and hands-on laboratories. Lectures usually have between 25-75 students. In contrast, our laboratory sections generally enroll 12-24 students per section, maximizing faculty training of students. The capstone experience in Medical Technology is the semester of clinical rotations in hospital laboratories.
About Our Facilities
The BLCS Medical Technology Program utilizes lecture rooms and laboratories on the UB South Campus. Laboratories are equipped with biomedical research, diagnostic and analytical equipment, allowing students to experience hands-on learning. Laboratories are geographically located in the Cary-Farber-Sherman Complex and the Biomedical Education Building. Medical Technology clinical rotations are conducted off-campus, in hospital laboratories affiliated hospitals with the program.
About Our Faculty
The UB program in Medical Technology is ranked among the top 15 medical technology programs in the nation in terms of faculty research productivity. BCLS faculty excels at hands-on teaching in the lectures and the labs. There are 13 faculty members and 5 graduate student teaching assistants. Faculty members have received student, university and state-wide teaching awards, as well as the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. Faculty research interests include measurement of oxidative stress, methods evaluation protocols, environmental pollutants and disease outcomes in humans, vaccine research, cellular and molecular biology of erythropoiesis, breast cancer research, and organ and tissue donation.
Faculty List Directory
Please visit our Medicine and Biomedical Sciences department website for additional information about our faculty.