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

Research Grant Offers Hope for Improved Quality of Life for Those with Vocal Tremor

Diana Lopez (‘23) and her mentor Paul Bryson, MD, MBA, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, have been selected to receive a Cleveland Clinic Caregiver Catalyst Grant for their research study entitled “The Effects of Magnetic Resonance-Guided Ultrasound Thalamotomy on Voice in Medically Refractory Essential Tremor.” Essential tremor (ET) is the most common movement … Read More

Student Spotlight: Jatin Narang

On the heels of a short-lived basketball career his freshman year of high school, Jatin Narang (’22) took his talents to the cross-country team, with the sole goal of staying in shape. He never expected that, 10 years later, he would win the title of top D.C. area finisher in the 2015 Boston Marathon, and … Read More

Cleveland Clinic Offers Scholarships to Address Underrepresentation in Medicine

Cleveland Clinic is offering scholarships to increase representation of students from backgrounds that are underrepresented in medicine. Students who are awarded a scholarship may participate in a four-week clinical rotation to learn firsthand what it is like to be a resident at Cleveland Clinic and to learn about our values. During the four-week clinical rotation, … Read More