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Research project awarded £1m in funding to uncover new ‘fingerprints’ of brain disease
Breakthrough COVID infections more likely in cancer and Alzheimer’s patients, studies find
Researchers identify possible new target to treat newborns suffering from lack of oxygen or blood flow in brain
Genomic differences selected through evolution may offer clues as to why Covid outcomes vary widely
Gene-editing improved with chemical process
Researchers find favorable tradeoffs of PSA screening for prostate cancer
Benefits of PSA prostate cancer screening found to be more favorable than previous estimates, especially for blacks
NIST Awards Funding to Strengthen Advanced Manufacturing for Critical and Emerging Technologies
Researchers identify possible new target to treat newborns suffering from lack of oxygen or blood flow in brain
Hospitals Can Reduce Antibiotic Overuse by Avoiding Unnecessary Blood Draws in Critically Ill Children, Study Shows
New research supports combining two clinical cancer drugs to treat specific type of colorectal cancers
Peter Ho Davies’ Fortunes chosen for Case Western Reserve University’s common reading program
Robot hands with soft touch
New pathway to shrink cancerous tumors through body’s immune cells
Researchers identify new treatment for Metabolic syndrome
Research finds therapeutic target for Alzheimer’s, revealing strategy for preventing or slowing disease progression
Scientists identify new treatment for metabolic syndrome
Study identifies therapeutic target for Alzheimer’s disease, revealing strategy for preventing or slowing disease progression
“Anti-Violence Scholarship and Racial Justice Activism: Reflections on Abolition Feminism”
Research led by Case Western Reserve University demonstrates high prevalence of cancer among men living with HIV
Omicron ‘less severe’ than Delta for children ages 4 and younger, study suggests
Incidence, outcomes of Covid Omicron, Delta variants in kids younger than age 5
Enhancing electromechanical behavior of flexible polymer
5 things to know about… social work
President Biden notes work by Case Western Reserve bioengineering pioneer
Scientists led by Case Western Reserve University demonstrate high prevalence of cancer among men living with HIV
Study: Methadone most effective drug in medication-assisted treatment for opioid-use disorder
A fabric that “hears” your heartbeat
Polymer gel researcher wins National Science Foundation early career development award
2022 Cleveland Humanities Festival: ‘DISCOURSE’
Caregivers find remote monitoring during Covid pandemic an unexpected patient safety benefit
Scientists developing climate-friendly method to process ‘rare earth’ minerals; could make U.S. less reliant on foreign metals
New way to ink: Next step in wearable tech?
Optica Awards James Wyant 2022 Frederic Ives Medal/Jarus W. Quinn Prize
One dose of anti-parasite drug just as effective as two at reducing scabies
Stopping heavy bleeding with next-generation artificial platelets
Stan Knez appointed to lead Fortescue Future Industries’ cutting-edge technology portfolio
Case Western Reserve dental school researcher awarded $3.7M in NIH grants to study link between people living with HIV and higher
Stopping heavy bleeding
Case Western Reserve University grants exclusive license to Ionis Pharmaceuticals to advance antisense therapy
Study finds fewer breakthrough Covid infections, lower risk of hospitalization
Measuring poor health outcomes of ‘John Henryism’ for older Black Americans
Case Western Reserve, NeoIndicate LLC sign license agreement to commercialize imaging agent to aid
Blending wellness strategies with art of ‘improv’
Research team identifies new mechanism for protecting DNA
Case Western Reserve University partners with Produce Perks Midwest, expanding nutrition-incentive technology
Scientists show increased survival rate in prostate cancer patients with addition of hormone therapy treatments
Study: Rapid Test for Detecting Covid Highly Accurate for Children and Adolescents