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Commencement 2012—Biomedical Sciences

Published May 15, 2012

The undergraduate and graduate biomedical sciences commencement for the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences took place May 10 at the Center for the Arts.

This year, 22 PhD, 28 master’s and 183 baccalaureate candidates were eligible for degrees.

The honored speaker was cell and molecular biologist James Wyche, PhD, provost and chief academic officer at Howard University in Washington, D.C.

Degrees were conferred by UB President Satish Tripathi.

Candidates completed work in the following departments or programs:

•          biochemistry

•          biochemical pharmacology

•          biotechnical and clinical laboratory sciences

•          microbiology and immunology

•          neurosciences

•          nuclear medicine technology

•          medical technology

•          pathology and anatomical sciences

•          pharmacology and toxicology

•          physiology and biophysics

•          biomedical sciences

Also included were the Roswell Park Cancer Institute Graduate Division programs in biochemistry, cancer pathology and prevention, molecular pharmacology and cancer therapeutics, immunology, cellular and molecular biology, molecular and cellular biophysics, and natural sciences.