Corstiaan Brass, MD
Infectious Diseases Department
Buffalo Medical Group, PC
Specialty: Infectious Disease

Dr. Corstiaan Brass has been a member of the Buffalo Medical Group, PC, since 1992, and is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease. He also is an Associate Clinical Professor at the University at Buffalo (UB) School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences where he has been a faculty member for 25 years.

He earned his medical degree at the University of Calgary, Alberta in Canada, and did a residency in internal medicine at McGill University, Montreal, and Montreal General Hospital, where he also earned a fellowship in clinical pharmacology. In addition, Dr. Brass was awarded a fellowship in infectious diseases, and trained at Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA.

His particular areas of interest include computerization of medical practice and disease state management, multi-disciplinary team approach to wound care initiatives and diabetic foot infections, and fungal infections.

In 2000, the University at Buffalo honored Dr. Brass with the prestigious Robert S. Berkson MD Memorial Award for Compassion in Care and Excellence in the Art of Teaching.

A former member of the Buffalo Medical Group Board of Directors, Dr. Brass is a member of the Infection Control Committee at Kenmore Mercy Hospital and the Catholic Health System Infection Control Steering Committee.

Dr. Brass has authored or co-authored many manuscripts and abstracts for numerous medical publications and journals.

In addition to Kenmore Mercy, he is affiliated with many WNY hospitals including Buffalo General, Sisters of Charity, DeGraff Memorial, Millard Fillmore Gates Circle and Suburban, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Mount St. Mary’s in Lewiston, and Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center.

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