What to Expect
You can complete your master’s in 24 months. Your coursework will cover topics ranging from research design, statistics and critical assessments of scientific literature, to oral medicine, facial pain, and oral and maxillofacial pathology. You’ll also attend weekly seminars, weekly morbidity and mortality rounds, journal club, and case presentations.
When it’s time for your two-week clinical rotations, you’ll work at University Hospitals (UH) Cleveland Medical Center, Seidman Cancer Center and other affiliated hospitals. Available rotations include internal medicine; ear, nose and throat; radiation; oncology; medical oncology; pediatric ear, nose and throat; dermatology, neurology; infectious diseases; the Bone Marrow Transplant program; and tumors.
At Case Western Reserve, you’ll work alongside faculty who are board certified in oral medicine, oral and maxillofacial pathology, and oral and maxillofacial radiology—in addition to one faculty member with dual medical/dental training, and three with graduate degrees in basic sciences or public health. Our scope of expertise expands the full scope of oral medicine, orofacial pain, sleep medicine, oral oncology, head and neck anatomy, and oral and maxillofacial pathology.