Earn a PhD in Molecular Medicine

The Molecular Medicine PhD program is the graduate arm of the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University. It is a unique collaborative graduate training opportunity that integrates basic science and medical knowledge. The program is supported by a NIH T32 grant and students receive full tuition, core textbooks, a generous stipend and health insurance. Scroll down to learn more.

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Hear from our Students

Our Molecular Medicine PhD program offers class-based instruction and translational-focused research experience at one of the nation's top hospitals. Hear from our students about why our program was right for them, and perhaps you!

Meet our Faculty

Learn more about our faculty and what makes the Molecular Medicine PhD program special.

Mark Brown, PhD

Angela Ting, PhD

Timothy Chan, MD, PhD


Trainee News

 

GMI Researchers Receive Awards Promoting Diversity in Science
07/22/2021

Dr. Cheng and Ms. Castrillon Lal received the Gilliam Fellowship for Advanced Study, and Dr. Smith received the MOSAIC Postdoctoral Career Transition Award to Promote Diversity.

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2021 Quarter 2 Trainee Accomplishments
06/24/2021

Our students and trainees had a very productive and impactful second quarter. Catch up on their accomplishments.

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Research Training Programs Receive $3 Million to Support Students and Early-Career Scientists
06/15/2021

Critical federal support will enable trainees to pursue greater research efforts into basic science and critical care medicine.

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