This mentored 10-week program provides hands-on research experience for UB students who are interested in nursing careers with a strong emphasis in research. 
This fellowship focuses on providing advanced training to the next generation of behavioral health counselors, with a focus on interprofessional, integrated and team-base care and substance abuse counseling.
The Center for Nursing Research provides theoretical, methodological, and clinical research consultation to the School of Nursing faculty, students and staff.
Join us (in person or by distance learning) for a series of stimulating seminar presentations on research and other scholarly projects being conducted by nursing faculty and students, and guest presentations from visiting faculty and students.
The University at Buffalo has a rich tradition as a research university, and the faculty of the School of Nursing are proud to be part of this dynamic world of discovery.
We offer a variety of research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students interested in exploring research and scholarship.
Our faculty conduct research in areas such as oncology, sleep and sleep disorders, psychiatric mental health and addictions, veteran’s health, cardiovascular disorders, elder health, caregiver health, patient-centered care, and nursing workforce issues.

Useful resources to assist with planning, writing and applying for research grants. Resources include grant writing advice and sample applications.