Julia Joo Accepted Into Cleveland Orchestra Chorus

Following a successful audition, Julia Joo (’25) was accepted into the Cleveland Orchestra Chorus, one of the leading orchestra choruses in the US and one in which all of its volunteer singers are professionally trained. Singing in a chorus, especially with the backing of a great orchestra, is one of Julia’s favorite things in the … Read More

Student Spotlight: Navu Kaur

Being the oldest child in an immigrant family can come with unspoken pressure and responsibility – not only to chart your own course, but also to make your loved ones proud. Navkiranjot “Navu” Kaur (’22) gracefully carried this weight on her shoulders as she became the first in her family to attend college and now … Read More

Three Faculty Members Earn Henry Walton Prize

Congratulations to Robert Cain, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine; Dane Shafer Klink, DO; and Samina Yunus, MD, Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, on being awarded the 2021 Henry Walton Prize for their article entitled “Telemedicine implementation in family medicine: Undergraduate clerkship during COVID-19 pandemic.” In the article, which was published in Medical Education … Read More

41 CCLCM Faculty Members Promoted

Congratulations to the following faculty members of the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine (CCLCM) of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine who were recently promoted from either assistant or associate professor, effective July 1, 2021: Ali Aminian, MDProfessor, Surgery Moises Auron, MDProfessor, Medicine & Pediatrics Robert Bermel, MD Associate Professor, Neurology Beth Bierer, … Read More

Welcome CCLCM Class of 2026!

In early July, 32 medical students, representing the 18th class of the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, joined the Cleveland Clinic family. This year, some of the orientation activities were held jointly with the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine University Program students, and, unlike last year, all the events were held in … Read More

Student Spotlight: Daniel Santana

Daniel Santana (’22) doesn’t recall a “defining moment” that sparked his interest in biomedical engineering. Instead, he considers his path to be aligned with his character. “At its core, biomedical engineering involves identifying problems and making devices that can solve them,” he says. “I’ve always been somebody who likes to know how things work and … Read More

Get to Know the CCLCM Class of 2026

We are delighted to welcome our newest class of students (pictured below), who possess a wealth of experiences, notable accomplishments and varied interests. While most have majored in the sciences during their undergraduate years, others have majored or minored in German literature and culture; philosophy and bioethics; art history; and global health, culture and society. … Read More