"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". ~Pamela B. Davis, MD, PhD 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.
At the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, we strive to teach our students how to give the best possible care to their patients. This involves providing them with as many experience-based learning opportunities as possible. Read more.
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This picture is that of Nancy Talbot Clark who graduated from the Medical Department of Western Reserve College in 1852. She was the second woman in the United States to receive a regular medical degree.
Among the nation's top Medical Schools
Since its founding in 1843, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine has been at the vanguard of medical education and research.