Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine

of Case Western Reserve University



   
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Established as a partnership between Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine is a unique medical school program that sets standards for the training of physician investigators through innovative approaches to the integration of basic science, research and clinical medicine.

 





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The curriculum is centered around problem-based learning, with no formal lectures, grades or class rankings. We are seeking students who desire to be expert in clinical practice and to further the frontiers of medical scientific inquiry. Our students are curious, self-directed and demon-
strate skills for critical thinking.
Explore close mentoring from a faculty culled from more than 3,000 Cleveland Clinic physicians and scientists.


 
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Lerner College students have “luck of the Irish” on Match Day
3/17/2017
Once again, the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine graduating students matched into excellent programs! Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine is very proud of the Class of 2017 Match Results. Read more and view the Match Results.

CWRU/Lerner College Programs Ranked Among Best in Nation
3/17/2017
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, which includes both the university program and the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine program, ranks No. 1 in Ohio and among the top 25 research-oriented medical schools in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report. Read the story. Learn more.

Civil Rights Attorney to Give CWRU’s Commencement Address
3/10/2017
Fred Gray, a civil rights lawyer who counseled Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr. and other historical clients, will deliver Case Western Reserve University’s commencement address to graduates on Sunday, May 21, 2017. Gray is an alumnus of what is now Case Western Reserve, graduating with a law degree in 1954 and receiving an honorary degree in 1992. He was the first black president of the Alabama Bar Association and worked to allow the NAACP to organize in Alabama. He is the author of two books and has received numerous awards and honors for his work.
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