CLIMB-PRO is a division of CLIMB-UP for students that intend to
pursue a medical degree or MD/PhD. The program gives undergraduate
students the opportunity to conduct clinical or biomedical research
by placing them in laboratories with physician scientists and
CLIMB-PRO students spend their summer getting hands-on experience in clinical or biomedical research.
Other highlights during the summer:
CLIMB-PRO students are funded by the University at Buffalo
School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
CLIMB PRO students work with physicians and/or physician scientists affiliated with the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, from any of these departments. Click to learn more, and let us know whose research interests you the most!
You are also welcome to work with faculty in the Basic Sciences.
New MCAT Preparation Tool
AAMC Releases New Free Online Resources to Help Students Prepare for New MCAT® Exam. Continue reading to learn more!
The first in a collection of free educational tutorials to help students prepare for the revised Medical College Admission Test® (MCAT®) that will be administered in 2015 are now available. The tutorials (including videos and questions) were developed by winners of a video competition sponsored by the AAMC, Khan Academy and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Lessons will be available through Khan’s online learning library, as well as the Pre-health Collection of the AAMC’s MedEdPORTAL® iCollaborative. Currently the growing collection has more than 24 tutorials (each tutorial includes 4-8 videos and questions) to help undergraduate and pre-med students prepare for health care professions. The content creators and reviewers will expand the collection throughout the year, which is expected to include approximately 500 videos and an estimated 1,000 questions by the summer of 2014.