Since 1843, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, based in Cleveland, Ohio, has been dedicated to enhancing human health as a leader and innovator in the fields of medical education and biomedical research. Building upon this proud history, our mission is threefold: providing excellence in medical education, advancing discoveries from our laboratories to patients, and improving the health of our community.
This mission is accomplished, in part, through the School of Medicine's unique curriculum, Western Reserve2. The WR2 Curriculum unites the disciplines of public health and medicine into a single program of study. Key themes include:
- Independent scholarship and research
- Self-directed learning
- Interactive teaching.
Each year we train more than 800 MD and PhD students in three different tracks: the University Track (MD), the College Track (MD)and the Medical Scientist Training Program (MD/PhD).
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is affiliated with some of the best hospitals in the United States and is committed to developing a research portfolio that is aligned with their strategic clinical initiatives. In addition to our primary affiliate for over 100 years, University Hospitals, we have formal partnerships with the Cleveland Clinic, Louis Stokes VA Medical Center, and the MetroHealth.