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13 Nov 2018: Lawrence Cappiello from the Faculty of Health Sciences, with input from a number of UB departments.
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4 Nov 2015: Peter Regan, who was vice president for health affairs at the time, recruited Lawrence Cappiello from the University of Nebraska to help build the framework for the new school. ... It signaled that they were as important to the university as medicine,
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4 Nov 2015: Peter Regan, who was vice president for health affairs at the time, recruited Lawrence Cappiello from the University of Nebraska to help build the framework for the new school. ... It signaled that they were as important to the university as medicine,

Celebrating a half-century of health professions… www.buffalo.edu/imsd/about-i…er-releases/2015/11/003.detail.html 4 Nov 2015: Peter Regan, who was vice president for health affairs at the time, recruited Lawrence Cappiello from the University of Nebraska to help build the framework for the new school. ... It signaled that they were as important to the university as medicine,

Celebrating a half-century of health professions… sphhp.buffalo.edu/global-hea…er-releases/2015/11/003.detail.html 4 Nov 2015: Peter Regan, who was vice president for health affairs at the time, recruited Lawrence Cappiello from the University of Nebraska to help build the framework for the new school. ... It signaled that they were as important to the university as medicine,

Celebrating a half-century of health professions… sphhp.buffalo.edu/global-hea…er-releases/2015/11/003.detail.html 4 Nov 2015: Peter Regan, who was vice president for health affairs at the time, recruited Lawrence Cappiello from the University of Nebraska to help build the framework for the new school. ... It signaled that they were as important to the university as medicine,

Celebrating a half-century of health professions… sphhp.buffalo.edu/global-hea…er-releases/2015/11/003.detail.html 4 Nov 2015: Peter Regan, who was vice president for health affairs at the time, recruited Lawrence Cappiello from the University of Nebraska to help build the framework for the new school. ... It signaled that they were as important to the university as medicine,

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29 Oct 2015: Peter Regan, who was vice president for health affairs at the time, recruited Lawrence Cappiello from the University of Nebraska to help build the framework for the new school. ... It signaled that they were as important to the university as medicine,
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Celebrating a half-century of public health… www.buffalo.edu/research/res…015/10/public_health_50.detail.html
29 Oct 2015: Peter Regan, who was vice president for health affairs at the time, recruited Lawrence Cappiello from the University of Nebraska to help build the framework for the new school. ... It signaled that they were as important to the university as medicine,
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29 Oct 2015: Peter Regan, who was vice president for health affairs at the time, recruited Lawrence Cappiello from the University of Nebraska to help build the framework for the new school. ... It signaled that they were as important to the university as medicine,