Undergraduate Studies

Connie Li and Cindy Li.

Connie Li (left) and Cindy Li get hands-on experience with basic laboratory techniques in the MIC 301 course, Microbiology for Allied Health Professionals.

Our microbiology and immunology courses ground you in biomedical concepts and research skills. We help pave the way for your future success in graduate programs and high-demand science careers.

  • 6/13/18
    Whether your goal is a medical or biomedical science career, we give you a foundation for your future. Explore the exciting field of microbiology and immunology, aimed at understanding and thwarting disease-causing pathogens.
  • 4/24/18
    Share in the excitement of scientific discovery while exploring career opportunities in microbiology, immunology and related biomedical fields.

Contact Us

If you have questions or need assistance, please contact:

Director of Undergraduate Studies

Jacobs, Amy

Amy Jacobs, PhD

Research Associate Professor

109 Biomedical Research Building Buffalo, NY 14214

Phone: (716) 829-2085

Email: ajacobs2@buffalo.edu