Learn more about the UB Anatomical Gift Program
Knowledge of anatomy is essential for physicians, dentists and other health related professionals. The demand for bodies for teaching this essential information is great. Therefore, medical schools across the country are having to depend on the generosity of citizens to make their bodies available for this necessary education.
The UB Anatomical Gift Program is a well established program to assist current medical students in their studies. The program also offers kindness and thanks to the donors as well as the donor's families. Learn all about this generous program, how it is unique compared to other schools and take some of the stigma away from end of life planning.
About Raymond Dannenhofer
Raymond Dannenhoffer, PhD '87, MA '82, is associate dean for support services for the Pathology and Anatomical Sciences Department at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. He is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of school facilities and serving as a liaison to the university for emergency preparedness. Dannenhoffer joined the school in 1986 as director of the gross anatomy lab. He currently supervises operation of the lab, oversees UB’s anatomical gift program and teaches anatomy to medical and dental students.