Five Case Western Reserve University faculty members have been inducted into the 2014 class of the prestigious American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE)’s College of Fellows.
This year’s inductees include: Ozan Akkus, professor
Michael Pollino, assistant professor of civil engineering, was named the American Institute of Steel Construction Milek Fellow.
The organization presents the award—formerly known as the AISC Faculty Fellowship—each year to a promising young university faculty
Two dual-degree alumni, each internationally renowned in his field, have won election to Case Western Reserve University’s Board of Trustees.
Steven M. Altschuler, the CEO of the nation’s top children’s hospital, and Geoffrey Duyk, the
An expert in medical curriculum development who also participated in the development of a Johns Hopkins University’s medical education building is Case Western Reserve’s new vice dean for medical education.
Patricia Thomas, a nationally recognized
Eben Alsberg, associate professor of biomedical engineering, recently was selected to the editorial board of Tissue Engineering, a leading journal in his field, and Nature Scientific Reports.
He also was elected to the Americas Council
Pamela B. Davis, dean of the School of Medicine and the university’s senior vice president for medical affairs, was elected chair-elect of the Medical Sciences section of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
Case Western Reserve Distinguished University Professor Paul C. Giannelli, recognized nationally for his extensive legal research in scientific evidence, was selected to serve on a newly created federal commission on forensic science.
The new National
David E. Biegel, a faculty member at Case Western Reserve University’s Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, has spent several decades researching the impact of chronic illnesses on families. His
Two Case Western Reserve University scientists who are leaders in innovation and turning discoveries into improvements in health, new materials and more have been named Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).