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Artificial intelligence tool for reading MRI scans could transform prostate cancer surgery and treatment
Case Western Reserve University teams with Boehringer Ingelheim on artificial intelligence solutions for precision medicine
New CWRU study shows child care facilities can be safe and are essential
Researchers aim artificial intelligence at rising oral cancers with $3.3 million grant from National Cancer Institute
Focusing on diversion-instead of detention-yields positive results for youth with behavioral health issues
Modeling Study Suggests That Mitigation Efforts Can Prevent Most COVID-19 Cases on College Campuses
Unique prediction of ‘modified gravity’ challenges dark matter
Nursing’s Jaclene Zauszniewski awarded $2.6M grant to study stress management in caregivers of people with dementia
Newly diagnosed cancer patients, African Americans more at risk for COVID-19 infection
Fighting cyber security battle
Case Western Reserve’s Human Trafficking Project assisting survivors as part of ‘Operation Autumn Hope’
Bateman, Diamond, Hultgren named to National Academy of Inventors
New Alzheimer’s disease pathway discovered, providing earlier target for potential therapies
No ‘one-size-fits-all solution’ for children exposed to domestic violence, researchers say
National Science Foundation funds study on human rights suspensions enacted to battle COVID-19
New School of Medicine study identifies novel mechanisms that cause protein clumping
Case-Coulter Translational Research Partnership awards $1.1 million
Engineered “stealth bomber” virus could be new weapon against metastatic cancer
Exercising to live ‘better’ with HIV/AIDS
Researchers join project to understand sex differences in brain cancer outcomes
Researchers study how immune system responds to COVID-19
Working to better understand brain
Researchers working to ‘upcycle’ polymers
UH and CWRU announce study of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate
CWRU and UH researchers secure $4 Million in NCI funding to investigate relationships between HIV and lung cancer
New research reveals why low oxygen damages brain
New research reveals why low oxygen damages brain
Preventing lead poisoning at source
CWRU/CSU Internet of Things Collaborative establishing pair of technology research hubs
Florida surgeon Steven D. Wexner, MD, FACS, elected Vice-Chair of ACS Board of Regents
Preventing a COVID-19 pandemic-in wildlife
Dynamic COVID-19 dashboard developed by School of Medicine team
$5.5 million NIH grant supports new tests to diagnose dementias earlier and easier
Penn Researchers Receive Grant to Use AI to Improve Heart Transplant Outcomes
Using AI to improve heart-transplant outcomes
Building a better stroke diagnosis
Researchers to examine how COVID-19 ravaged America’s nursing homes
New Drug Candidate Found for Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease
Performing robotic medical procedures inside an MRI
New study calculates lifetime risk of death from firearms and drug overdoses in United States
Interdisciplinary team wins grant to speed oral cancer testing
CWRU achieves global first in mixed- reality education during COVID-19 pandemic
NIH funds research into differences in glioblastoma between males and females
Protecting genomic privacy
Fighting breast cancer with nanotech, immunotherapy
Understanding ‘deep-carbon cycle’
Powerful push for AI for cancer immunotherapy
FSU teams with 13 other universities to investigate effect of climate change on Arctic ecosystems