Undergraduate Education

Tanzania Bussey.

Tanzania Bussey has taken advantage of the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) as an undergraduate at UB. “It helps underrepresented students get in contact with people that are doing the jobs we want to do in the future,” says Bussey, a pharmacology and biomedical sciences major from Staten Island. “After I get my degree I want to go to medical school and do research in the MD/PhD program.”

Pursue your interests in research and get firsthand professional experience as a student in our biomedical sciences programs.

Our programs’ position within the medical school takes advantage of the school’s resources, from cutting-edge biomedical research labs to dedicated faculty actively engaged in clinical practice and translational research. We give you a rich, targeted educational experience and an inside track on the professional skills and knowledge you need to succeed in your career.

Research Opportunities

research opportunities.

Our research opportunities include fellowships sponsored by professional societies, volunteer positions in both basic and clinical sciences faculty labs, work in school-affiliated research centers and independent study to develop honors theses.

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Our internships at area hospitals, clinics, labs and research and development companies let you apply what you’ve learned in the classroom to research and professional environments.

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