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URMC Research NetworkURMC is home to more than 1,470 research faculty spread across more than 250 centers, institutes and labs. Work being done by our researchers spans all biomedical disciplines, from fundamental to translational and clinical sciences. A key characteristic of the scientific environment is the size of the research enterprise: Small enough to foster familiarity and collaboration, yet diverse enough to create the integrated multidisciplinary teams necessary to tackle complex medical problems.

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Research@URMC Recent Posts

Obesity + Lead Exposure, Bad for the Bones

The combination of lead exposure and a high-fat diet are particularly hard on the bones and could result in a higher risk of osteoporosis, according to a URMC study.
Posted on 4/23/2015

The Return of the House Call

An opinion piece appearing today in the Annals of Internal Medicine argues that – propelled by new technologies – medicine is on the verge of entering a new era of the “house call” that will return care to its patient-centered roots.
Posted on 4/21/2015

Weather Map Lookalike Tracks Heart Problems, not Sun or Snow

A U.S. patent has been issued for a tool invented at URMC that helps to identify people at high or low risk for heart attacks.
Posted on 4/15/2015