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The Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine was established as a program of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. CCLCM trains students to become physician investigators, integrating basic science, research and clinical medicine.

In 2019, Cleveland Clinic and CWRU opened its new Health Education Campus, where medical, nursing, dental medicine and physician assistant students engage in collaborative, interprofessional learning. Learn more about the campus and how we’re educating students for the future of healthcare.

 

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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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Class of 2021 Match Results

3/19/2021
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 2021 Match Results. Learn more.


New series aims to help faculty develop better teaching methods

3/9/2021
The desire to help CCLCM improve instruction of students has led to the creation of a new Faculty Development Series that targets faculty who presently teach third-year students in the Cleveland Clinic longitudinal clerkship. Learn more and explore our College Newsletter.


CCLCM students benefit from faculty mentorship, career advice

2/23/2021
Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine Students are not only gaining clinical and diagnostic skills, they are also getting a head start on academic and research endeavors, thanks to the mentorship provided by CCLCM faculty. Learn more and explore our College Newsletter.


Student Spotlight: Jenny Shao

2/2/2021
When Jenny Shao (’21) found that her oven was too hot to incubate bacteria for her middle school science fair project, she took matters into her own hands. Learn more and explore our College Newsletter.


Students publish as first authors in major journal

1/15/2021
Congratulations to Scott Anjewierden (‘21) and Zheyi Han (’21), who are the first authors for “Risk factors for Clostridioides difficile colonization among hospitalized adults: A meta-analysis and systematic review,” published in Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology. Learn more and explore our College Newsletter.


Abhilash Suresh selected as finalist for research award

1/4/2021
Kudos to Abhilash Suresh (‘24) who was selected as a finalist for the 2020 Bumpus Basic Science Award, based on his abstract entitled “The Role of Long Non-Coding RNA in the Evolution of Resistance to Targeted Therapy in ALK Non-Small Cell Lung Carcinoma.” Learn more and explore our College Newsletter.


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