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Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine ranked 20th among the nation's research medical schools (of 146 schools; 2010 US News and World Reports) and is the largest biomedical research institution in Ohio. With over $229 M in annual NIH research support (2009), researchers conduct cutting-edge biomedical research that leads to improvement in clinical care and the development of new knowledge in the biomedical sciences.
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Emerging programs in bioinformatics, population health and personalized medicine are new initiatives engaging our thought leaders. The Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative earned National Institutes of Health support to facilitate and transform scientific study relating to human health.
The School of Medicine hosts many Core Faciltiies that provide cutting-edge research equipment and expertise. These include cores in proteomics, mass spectroscopy, animal behavior, flow cytometry, stem cells, transgenic animals, imaging as well as design and fabrication. By providing expertise and support for investigators, these facilities promote state-of-the-art research on campus.
Our research facilities platform includes modern laboratories in the School of Medicine (Robbins, Wood, East Wing), Wolstein Research Building, Biomedical Research Building, as well as shared space in University Hospitals of Cleveland, Metrohealth Medical Center, The Louis Stokes Veterans Affairs of Cleveland, and The Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute.
Research training opportunities abound at the School of Medicine in basic, translational, clinical and population-based research. We are proud to earn over two dozen NIH funded training grants to support our graduate and postdoctoral trainees. Hundreds of trainees engage in research programs, earn degrees, present their work and network across programs.