There are a variety of labs to work in in the MMBio department. You will need to find a professor who is conducting research in an area that interests you. Remember that faculty members can only effectively mentor a limited number of students, so it is important to find a lab that is truly interesting for you. You'll enjoy your experience more, be more productive, and have a better chance of getting into the lab. Professors appreciate sincere interest and don't relish the idea of working with a student who only wants to get into their lab to strengthen their resume or medical school application.
You can find information about all of the labs by clicking here.
Once you've found a lab that looks interesting, read a couple journal articles from the professor's publications to familiarize yourself with their work. If you want to work in the lab, contact the professor. MMBio professors' contact information can be found in the Faculty Directory. Stop by their office or send them an email.
Be appreciative of the time the professors take to talk with you. Because of space limitations, you may have to try several different labs before finding a spot.