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New study measures impact of COVID-19 on child care in Cuyahoga County
New Research on Integrative Health Effectiveness, Implementation, and Dissemination
CD40 Drug Before Surgery Shows Promise in Early-stage Pancreatic Cancer
Case Western Reserve awarded $3 million National Cancer Institute grant to apply AI to immunotherapy
Four Tartans Among 2021 Goldwater Scholars
New formulation of existing medicines prove highly effective against drug-resistant fungus
New Barrett’s esophagus monitoring method could aid in easier and more precise prognoses
International study discovers ancient meteoritic impact over Antarctica 430,000 years ago
Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation awards $1 million grant to Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Case Western Reserve University biotech startup Rodeo Therapeutics Corp. sold to Amgen Inc
New cells harnessed to ambush and kill malaria
Nursing’s Heather K. Hardin explores trust in health care professionals
Meconium may provide clues to fetal-alcohol exposure, forecast behavioral issues later in childhood
New CWRU School of Medicine biophysics program partnering with U.S. Air Force research laboratory to develop biosensors for stress
Vaccine hesitancy: What it is and what it is not?
New study provides insights into architecture of abnormal protein deposits in brain disorders
A new kind of optical coating
Scientists suggest revisiting 14-day limit on human embryo research
Case Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers to lead Northeast Ohio initiative to increase prostate cancer screening
Study finds more active-duty police officers died of COVID-19 in 2020 than all other causes combined
Automated savings tools boost bank accounts for some, but benefits are limited, study shows
Pandemic compounds psychosocial issues for sexual, gender minorities
Taking new steps with artificial platelets
Ramón Barthelemy honored for physics scholarship, advocacy
Making ClotChip military ready
International study finds increased COVID-19 mortality among adults with Down syndrome
Addressing mismatch of affordable housing and jobs with community-driven innovation
Preventing pressure injuries
Molecular Details Reveal New Clues about Common Brain Tumor
Researchers uncover biochemical rules between RNA-protein interactions and expression of thousands of genes
Case Western Reserve University-led team finds that people with dementia at higher risk for COVID-19
Why rape victims are so often left to solve their own cases
COVID-19: answers to concerns about new variants
Making solar power more efficient
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