Centers are central to our work at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, from supporting various academic efforts to advancing research pursuits. Here, you’ll find information on some of our most commonly searched centers and institutes.
The Case Comprehensive Cancer Center based at Case Western Reserve University is a partnership organization supporting cancer-related research efforts at CWRU, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and Cleveland Clinic.
The Center for Global Health and Diseases brings together many disciplines at Case Western Reserve to make life better in developing countries, and thus facilitates international collaborations throughout the institution.
The Cleveland Brain Health Initiative aims to engage scientists and physician-scientists across departments in each of our member institutions to develop collaborative, impactful research that will lead to improved brain health for the residents of northeast Ohio and beyond.
The Digestive Health Research Institute houses a robust organizational infrastructure that supports and promotes interdisciplinary basic science, translational and clinical research.