"This is a tremendously exciting time to enter into medicine thanks to the molecular/scientific revolution, new insights into statistics and epidemiology, and the electronic information explosion". ~Dean Pamela B. Davis, MD Read more.
With more than 50 departments, nearly 30 centers and institutes, and affiliations with some of the best hospitals in the country, the School of Medicine offers medical students the opportunity to pursue areas of interest in great depth. Read more.
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Ohio-led Team Science Takes on Premature Birth through the March of Dimes Prematurity Research Center
Case Western Reserve's School of Medicine is leading a Northeast Ohio team that is part of a $10 million March of Dimes project to help prevent preterm births.
On Sunday, May 19, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine graduated 199 new physicians into the profession. The graduates were joined by their families and friends for this long awaited and richly deserved celebration.
Anatomy Camp Offers Hands-on Learning for Both CMSD and School of Medicine Students
North Star Collaborative Anatomy Camp proves to be a mutually beneficial learning experience for both Cleveland Metropolitan School District and School of Medicine students.
DNA Day: Case Western Reserve and CMSD Students Celebrate the Key Molecule of Life
Cleveland Metropolitan School District students at James Ford Rhodes High School, Promise Academy, and John Hay High School celebrated DNA Day, a commemoration of the discovery of DNA's double helix and the successful completion of the Human Genome Project. The highlight of the day was students' hands-on experiment extracting the DNA of strawberries using household products.