Our programs are in the medical school, giving you unique access
to school resources, from cutting-edge biomedical research labs to
dedicated faculty who actively engage in medicine through clinical
practice and translational research.
Our programs offer unparalleled access to biomedical research
opportunities and an inside track to the professional skills and
knowledge you need to succeed in your career.
As a student in biochemistry, you will study the chemical principles that underlie biological processes.
The BS in biomedical sciences allows you to increase the breadth of your undergraduate experience, combining courses from various departments within the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in preparation for professional or graduate studies.
Our pharmacology and toxicology program is ideal for students interested in gaining a comprehensive understanding of the actions of drugs and toxic agents on living cells and tissues.
The combined degree offers you the strong scientific background and laboratory research training needed to qualify for professional positions in the pharmaceutical industry, academia and secondary education teaching.
The minor in pharmacology and toxicology is available to science and non-science majors interested in the effects of drugs and toxic agents on living cells and tissues.
Our clinical lab sciences programs take advantage of their
position within the medical school to ensure you get on-the-job
training through internships and rotations in the school’s
affiliated hospitals and clinics. In our classes, you will train on
state-of-the-art lab equipment and learn clinical and research
techniques from professionals actively working in your field.
The biotechnology program prepares you for advanced graduate study or a career in the biotechnology industry through intensive, hands-on laboratory-based coursework and training.
This interdisciplinary program integrates applied biology and
chemistry to diagnose, treat and prevent disease. Our curriculum
prepares you for national and New York state licensing exams in
medical technology, also known as clinical laboratory
Our program provides a solid foundation in all nuclear medicine procedures and prepares you for a position as a staff technologist.
At UB, students can take all the courses required for medical admission and can further enhance their application by selecting courses from a number of natural science departments.
This 10-week program provides outstanding undergraduate students
an opportunity to participate in state-of-the-art cellular,
molecular and biomedical research.
This 8-10 week program gives undergraduate students a chance to
perform mentored research in the biosciences and explore graduate