Working as an undergraduate in a Biology research lab can be very beneficial.
Here are some things it can do for you:
Supplement your classroom learning with real-life applications.
Help you discover something new.
Prepare you for Biology graduate school.
Provide experience for someone in a health-related field that may recommend research experience.
Improve your reading, writing, speaking, and reasoning skills.
Allow you to get to know a faculty member well.
Earn credits towards the Biology major or perhaps get paid.
Complete a thesis to receive Honors in Biology.
Information about finding undergraduate research positions can be found HERE.