Neighborhood Connections brings a 12-foot teepee to Wade Oval Wednesday July 30


Neighborhood Connections, the small-grants and grassroots community-building program affiliated with the Cleveland Foundation, will bring a 12-foot teepee to the WOW! Wade Oval Wednesday concert today, July 30. People will have an opportunity to share their thoughts about what makes for a

Rowers raising money, awareness for CWRU’s International Center for Autism Research and Education

autism awareness

When training on Lake Erie, members of the St. Edward High School rowing team often peer north across the water and imagine. Without fail, said Matt Previts, St. Ed’s director of rowing, someone remarks, “Wouldn’t

Researchers find cataract surgery slows dementia for Alzheimer’s patients

Grover Gilmore

Cataract surgery on Alzheimer’s disease patients slows dementia and improves their quality of life, according to clinical trials conducted by researchers at Case Western Reserve University, University Hospitals Case Medical Center and MetroHealth Medical

International research team discovers genetic dysfunction connected to hydrocephalus

Anthony Wynshaw-Boris

Case Western Reserve scientist helps lead study that links “Dishevelled” genes to disruptions in cerebrospinal fluid flow in animal models The mysterious condition once known as “water on the brain” became just a bit less

5 questions with… engineering student, community outreach volunteer James Dolgin

James Dolgin

The Center for Civic Engagement and Learning (CCEL) at Case Western Reserve University encourages students to “break out of the bubble” and experience all that Cleveland has to offer. This summer, James Dolgin, a sophomore

Researchers find potential pathway to fight infection

Case Western Reserve discovery could lead to new ways of treating bacterial infection In an era of increasing concern about the prevalence of antibiotic-resistant illness, Case Western Reserve University researchers have identified a promising new

CWRU senior lights family’s night near African desert

Joe Toth

Joe Toth’s research and ingenuity, with help from fellow students in Botswana, provided electricity to a widow and her three children in their hut at the edge of the Kalahari Desert. The mother, Tlhabologang Mosadi

Synthetic triterpenoids show promise in preventing colitis-associated colon cancer

Researchers from Case Western Reserve and Dartmouth show the small antioxidant molecules suppress colon cancer onset Researchers from Case Western Reserve University and Dartmouth College have shown that a class of small antioxidant molecules carries

Researchers find support team can help caregivers manage end-of-life treatment, decisions

Photo of nurse comforting patient

Many caregivers of terminal cancer patients suffer depression and report regret and guilt from feeling they could have done more to eliminate side effects and relieve the pain. So researchers from the Frances Payne Bolton

5 questions with… new School of Dental Medicine dean, alumnus Kenneth Chance

For Kenneth B. Chance, his appointment as dean of the School of Dental Medicine completes a cycle. “I can now give back,” he said, “all of the training, all of the experiences that I’ve had