Biomedical Engineering offers a full range of academic and research opportunities to postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, undergraduates and high school students.
Train on the cutting edge of biomedical engineering research in the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Postdoctoral fellows currently in Biomedical Engineering
Postdoctoral fellows trained in Biomedical Engineering over the last 7 years
Different countries represented by Biomedical Engineering postdoctoral fellows
Earn your PhD through our novel Cleveland Clinic – Case Western Reserve University Biomedical Engineering Alliance or through joint programs with other local universities.
Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) have launched a partnership to advance research and education in biomedical engineering. This alliance capitalizes on the strengths of both institutions to create a unique program with an extensive portfolio of breakthroughs that lead to life-changing treatments for patients. The alliance allows graduate students to:
❯ Take courses at Case Western Reserve University
❯ Conduct thesis work in Cleveland Clinic labs
❯ Receive a stipend paid by Cleveland Clinic faculty
Gain hands-on laboratory experience in the Department of Biomedical Engineering
Undergraduate students currently in Biomedical Engineering
Different universities represented by Biomedical Engineering undergraduate students
Posters presented by Biomedical Engineering undergraduate students at annual poster sessions
The Department of Biomedical Engineering offers undergraduate students opportunities in groundbreaking research through co-ops, internships or full-time summer positions.
To be considered for a position in our department, please complete an application. Students interested in a summer position must complete an application no later than April 15 for potential placement.
Students interested in positions can apply at any time and will receive notification within one month of applying. If you need additional information, please contact Robin Crotty, Department Manager III.
Explore a career in biomedical research and gain valuable learning experiences in the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
High school students 16 and older can pursue summer research opportunities through Cleveland Clinic’s Office of Civic Education. Multi-week senior projects can be arranged through the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Please note that because of the COVID-19 pandemic, undergraduates and high school students, paid or unpaid, will not be allowed in LRI labs for the remainder of 2020. Questions? Contact us for additional information.