Biomedical Engineering offers a full range of academic and research opportunities to high school students, undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.
The department supports graduate research opportunities through Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University, Kent State University, the University of Akron, The Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University, and the Molecular Medicine Ph.D. Program, which is supported by a Howard Hughes Medical Institute's "Med into Grad" award.
Graduate Student Programs
The Cleveland Clinic offers joint Ph.D. programs through formal partnerships with Cleveland State University (CSU), Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), Kent State University (KSU) and the University of Akron (UA). Many Cleveland Clinic faculty also have adjunct, joint or primary appointments at CSU, CWRU, KSU and UA making it possible to complete the research requirements for a Ph.D. with an advisor at the Cleveland Clinic and graduate with a degree from one of these local universities.
Case Western Reserve University
- Biomedical Engineering
- Biomedical Scientist Training Program
- Molecular Medicine
- Physiology and Biophysics
Cleveland State University
- Applied Biomedical Engineering
- Clinical-Bioanalytical Chemistry
- Cellular and Molecular Medicine
University of Akron
For all programs, except Molecular Medicine, course work for the degree is taken at the university, although in the case of joint degree programs, some instructors may choose to have courses meet at the Clinic. In all cases, the student applicant must apply directly to the graduate school and the university program that they are interested in.
Undergraduate students have the opportunity to do internships and co-ops in our laboratories. Summer internships can be arranged by submitting a resume and cover letter to Robin Crotty Education Coordinator, (216) 445-9343, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to check out our National Science Foundation, Research Experience for Undergraduates
High School Programs
High school students can pursue summer research opportunities through the Office of Civic Education Initiatives (http://www.clevelandclinic.org/civiceducation/). Short-term senior projects can be arranged through Robin Crotty Education Coordinator, (216) 445-9343, email@example.com.
Support for Students
Ph.D. students who have been accepted into the university degree programs, and have arranged to work with advisors at the Cleveland Clinic, are supported financially during their graduate studies with a research assistantship. The assistantship usually provides full tuition and a student stipend. Financial support for students is provided from funds that are designated specifically for graduate education. Stipends vary with university program.
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