Research Training

Our scholarly activity advances the academic missions of University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, and trains residents and students to better understand the research process, and how to critically appraise the medical literature.

The Department of Emergency Medicine has outstanding research opportunities with access to the resources of UH Cleveland Medical Center and Case Western Reserve University. Our faculty has a wide range of research interests, including a focus on industry-sponsored clinical trials, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV, critical care, medical education, palliative care, global health, emergency medical services (EMS), disaster, geriatrics, toxicology, ultrasound and clinical operations.

There are also endless opportunities to collaborate with faculty at Case Western Reserve University in their graduate programs. Faculty and residents have worked with professors from engineering, the law school, the school of public health and many more.

In addition, we collaborate with many UH departments and institutions on research, including recent projects with pulmonary/critical care, trauma, neurology, cardiology, infectious diseases, dentistry and dermatology.

Residents and students interested in doing research in UH Cleveland Medical Center should contact a faculty member who shares their research interests.