Lerner Research Institute

Home to basic, translational and clinical research at Cleveland Clinic,
a top U.S. hospital.



Restoring the gut biome after antibiotics could lead to better outcomes for ovarian cancer patients

Reassessing antibiotic dosage and type could improve survival rates in deadliest gynecologic malignancy, Cleveland Clinic research finds.

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Dr. J. Bradley Randleman receives $1.5 million to study Brillouin spectroscopy

Researchers study Brillouin spectroscopy to provide additional treatment options for patients with keratoconus.

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Cleveland Clinic study identifies blood pressure drug as potential treatment for Black patients with Alzheimer’s disease

Analyzing data from more than 5 million patients revealed telmisartan is associated with lower Alzheimer’s disease incidence in Black patients, providing clues for potential treatment and prevention.

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Institute News

New Global Center for Pathogen and Human Health Research

The Global Center for Pathogen and Human Health Research will bring together a research team to broaden understanding of viral pathogens and the human immune response toward preparing and protecting against future public health threats.


Accelerating Discoveries to Patients

Working together with Cleveland Clinic physicians, our scientists are discovering the treatments of tomorrow. While many spend their days working at the laboratory bench, their inspiration can be found at the patient bedside.

Morgenthaler Symposium

Oct. 13 - 14, 2022

An all-expenses paid opportunity for select PhD student to attend, present and learn about Cleveland Clinic postdoctoral positions.


Education & Training

Postdoctoral Program

Train on the cutting-edge of research and join our thriving postdoc association.

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Molecular Medicine PhD Program

Earn your PhD through our unique program that combines basic science and medical knowledge.

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Graduate Programs

Earn your PhD through our joint program with local universities.

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