CWRU biomedical doctoral programs offer interdisciplinary training in a wide range of disciplines including genomics, cancer biology, neuroscience and the biology of infection in 14 PhD programs in the School of Medicine. Many students begin graduate training in the Biomedical Sciences Training Program, with common application, rotation and coursework in the first year. Core facilities enhance imaging, nanotechnology, stem cells, proteomics and other advanced technologies. CWRU offers both PhD and MD-PhD (MSTP) degrees and the opportunity to work with hundreds of top researchers. CWRU is top ranked in NIH funding and enjoys training grants that support research education. Summer research internships and a postbaccalaureate PREP program are available.