180 Years at the Forefront of Knowledge and Discovery
At the School of Medicine, we're dedicated to improving human health through scientific discovery and education as we prepare the next generation of healthcare professionals and scientists to be leaders and innovators.
Our mission is to improve global health by linking research to populations in a superb educational environment.
Whether you aspire to become a physician, medical researcher or public health leader, we provide unparalleled research and educational opportunities under the mentorship of top healthcare providers, scientists and educators.
From investigating cancer treatments to creating new surgical approaches in partnership with our affiliated healthcare systems and beyond, the research we conduct at CWRU School of Medicine doesn't just drive innovations--it changes lives.
Under the leadership of renowned physician and cancer researcher Dean Stanton L. Gerson, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is dedicated to improving health through scientific discovery and learning preparing the next generation of physicians, healthcare professionals and scientists to be leaders in their fields.
Newly discovered RNA molecules hold promise for detecting and treating esophageal cancerMay 24
Irregularities in the body’s genetic coding to make proteins are linked to cancerous tumors. But most genetic material contains elements whose function isn’t…
Anatomy’s Karla Coburn honored with 2023 John S. Diekhoff Award for Graduate TeachingMay 16
Nearly two decades ago, Karla Coburn gave up a career in dentistry to pursue her dream of becoming an educator. As that mid-career pivot demonstrated, her desire…
Medicine’s Jason Mears and Andrew Pieper both honored with 2023 John S. Diekhoff Awards for Graduate MentoringMay 12
Each spring, the John S. Diekhoff Awards recognize outstanding graduate mentoring and teaching. Nominations are made by graduate students, faculty members and…