Radiology’s Mark Griswold earns medical school’s top honor

Dean Davis and Mark Griswold with Case Western Reserve Medal of Excellence in Health Science Innovation

Throughout his career, radiology professor Mark Griswold, PhD, has earned accolades for research and innovations in the field of imaging. Among many other breakthroughs, Griswold has contributed toward developing a robotically guided heart catheter

Three teams take honors at Blackstone Launchpad Startup Weekend 2014

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Last weekend’s Blackstone Launchpad Startup Weekend saw several student teams compete. The top three student teams were: First Place: Moda Trendenza – A fashion shopping, wardrobe coordination service. The team members were Global MBA student

University Counseling Services receives APA Grant for internships

University Counseling Services (UCS) at Case Western Reserve University received a $20,000 grant from the American Psychological Association(APA) to advance APA-accredited internship programs for training professional psychologists. The APA Grants for Internship Programs is a

Staff member Christine Olson earns 2013-2014 Joan Harris Staff Development Award

Christine Olson, assistant director of special projects for the School of Medicine Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative, is the recipient of the 2013-2014 Joan Harris Staff Development Award. The School of Medicine annually awards this

Biomedical Engineering’s Anant Madabhushi awarded NIH grant for digital pathology research

Biomedical Engineering’s Anant Madabhushi awarded NIH grant for digital pathology research

Anant Madabhushi, professor of biomedical engineering and director of the Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics, was awarded a R21 grant from the National Cancer Institute to study predicting aggressive head and neck

Physics’ Robert Brown named Inaugural Fellow of the American Association of Physics Teachers

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Robert Brown, Distinguished University Professor and Institute Professor in the Department of Physics, was named an American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) Fellow in the organization’s first cohort of Fellows. For the first time in

Distinguished University Professorship awarded to collaborative medicine pioneer Kurt Stange

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Relationships are a pillar of Kurt Stange’s personal and professional philosophy. He cultivates them in his practice of medicine, when working with fellow faculty across the university, and advocates for their critical role in

Sandra Russ’ contributions to CWRU, psychology earn her Distinguished University Professor honor

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As a clinical child psychologist, Sandra Russ recognized a connection between creativity and pretend play. That link prompted questions: How is pretend play related to creativity? Could creativity be increased through pretend play experiences? Digging

Nursing’s Barbara Daly recognized as Distinguished University Professor

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Barbara Daly is more than a nurse educator; she’s a nurse philosopher. Her life’s work has focused on remedying the moral and ethical issues doctors and nurses face in treating the sickest of the hospital’s

James Kazura’s accomplishments earn him CWRU’s top award

James Kazura

Former Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Dean Frederick Robbins greatly influenced James W. Kazura—an up-and-coming medical house officer in the 1970s—to pursue global health as a career. At the time, Kazura was surrounded