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 or grades. 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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News


Lerner College Student Competes for Title of “Fittest Woman on Earth”
5/23/2014
In mid-May, Lerner College of Medicine student Julie Foucher took first place in the regional CrossFit Games competition, qualifying her for the national games in July, where she is one of the favorites to win the games and be crowned the “Fittest Woman on Earth.”  Read more and view a video.

Cleveland Clinic Named One of DiversityInc’s Top 5 Hospital Systems
4/24/2014
Cleveland Clinic placed number five on the publication’s list of national hospital systems leading the way on diversity and inclusion. Read more.

Class of 2014 Match Results
3/21/2014
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 2014 Match Results. View them.

Student’s Research Named a Major Advance for 2013
Jan. 3, 2014
The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association selected Lerner College of Medicine student Bob Koeth's research paper as one of the top 10 advances in heart disease and stroke for 2013.  Read More.


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