Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Case Western Reserve university School of Medicine LogoFounded in 1843, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is the largest medical research institution in Ohio and 12th-largest among the nation's medical schools for research funding from the National Institutes of Health. Eleven Nobel laureates have been affiliated with the School.

School of Medicine Biomedical Research BuildingThe School of Medicine is recognized throughout the international medical community for outstanding achievements in teaching and in 2002, became the third medical school in history to receive a pre-eminent review from the national body responsible for accrediting the nation's academic medical institutions. The School's innovative and pioneering curriculum interweaves four themes--research and scholarship, clinical mastery, leadership and civic professionalism--to prepare students for the practice of evidence-based medicine in the rapidly changing health care environment of the 21st century.

School of Medicine

Annually, the School of Medicine trains more than 600 M.D. and M.D./Ph.D. students and ranks in the top 25 among U.S. research-oriented medical schools as designated by U.S. News and World Report Guide to Graduate Education.


School of Medicine Biomedical Research BuildingThe School of Medicine's primary clinical affiliate is University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and is additionally affiliated with MetroHealth Medical Center, the Louis Stokes Cleveland Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, with which it established The Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University in 2002.


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