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As the only medical school in Cleveland, Ohio, and ranked among the nation's top by U.S. News & World Report, the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is a leader and innovator in medical education.
Each year using the WR2 Curriculum, the School of Medicine trains more than 700 M.D. and Ph.D. students in three different paths: the University Program (M.D.), the College Program (M.D.) and the Medical Scientist Training Program (M.D./Ph.D.).
Most students opt for the University Program, a traditional four-year MD program that trains students to become physician-scholars. For those interested in obtaining a MD and pursuing a career in biomedical research, the College Program path may be the best choice.
Here at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, we offer a wide variety of graduate degree programs in areas ranging from biochemistry and molecular medicine to bioethics and public health.