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.
Being in UB’s medical school will allow you to take advantage of all our resources. 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.
All of us at the Jacobs School are committed to providing you with unforgettable experiences, transformative lectures and advantageous lab training.
Allison Brashear, MD, MBA, UB’s vice president for health sciences and the dean of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, and John C. Panepinto, PhD, senior associate dean for biomedical education, have been looking for a way to bring Jacobs School undergraduates into the fold. They accomplished that goal with the inaugural Jacobs School Research and Graduate Programs Open House.
The Academic Success Center provides tutoring services to students in the undergraduate programs offered through the Jacobs School.
This center is exclusive to Jacobs School students, and so are the tutors. They’ve been in your shoes, and offer individualized attention so that you can succeed in your coursework.
It’s important to have enthusiastic, supportive professors. As a Jacobs School student, you will benefit from strong academic relationships with your instructors.
Many of our professors have received honors and recognition for their teaching abilities and the crucial guidance they provide students to help them develop skills for research, critical thinking, and creative innovation.
What does that mean for you? You can pursue your goals knowing that your professors have your best interests in mind. It means our faculty will help you through the challenging times and encourage you when you need it most.
Stewart Clark, PhD, has been named one of two awardees of the 2021-22 President Emeritus and Mrs. Meyerson Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching and Mentoring. This award is the University at Buffalo’s highest honor for undergraduate mentoring.