Cleveland Clinic School of Medical Laboratory Science

Welcoming students with a passion for scientific understanding

Cleveland Clinic was founded in 1921 upon a mission of patient care, research and education. From the patient's bedside to the medical laboratory, Cleveland Clinic practitioners constantly strive to improve care, seek better ways to diagnose and treat disease, and share knowledge and best practices with upcoming generations of medical personnel. The recently revitalized Cleveland Clinic School of Medical Laboratory Science is welcoming students who embrace these ideals to engage in our one-year, hands-on education program.

Learn from a Leader

Cleveland Clinic, consistently ranked among the top hospitals in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, stands on the leading edge of academic medicine. As a result, Cleveland Clinic medical laboratory science students receive exclusive opportunities to explore rare cases, interact with field-leading professional staff and pursue career opportunities in research, management and advanced study. As a student, you will learn from seasoned Cleveland Clinic experts in laboratory science.

Prepare for A Dynamic Field

The School of Medical Laboratory Science course of study is designed to prepare students for the ever-changing landscape of laboratory science. Medical laboratory scientists serve a more vital role than ever before in the care of patients today, thanks to increasingly sophisticated diagnostic technology and better understanding of human pathology. As a student of our program, you will develop the critical thinking skills to adapt and take advantage of evolving methods to detect and diagnose diseases and monitor patients' progress.

We welcome students with enthusiasm for scientific understanding and a personal work ethic conducive to quality laboratory practices.

For More Information

For additional information, please contact:
Barbara Zingale, Program Director
216.448.5503
zingalb@ccf.org