Northeast Ohio Consortium for Middle East Studies receives award for educational efforts

The Northeast Ohio Consortium for Middle East Studies received the Niagara Peace and Dialogue Education Award for 2015. The Niagara Peace and Dialogue Awards recognize individuals and groups who have contributed time, energy, leadership

School of Medicine students win CWRU Pride LGBT Ohio Leadership Scholarship

Paul Cheng

Jonathon Wanta and Paul Cheng recently won the Case Western Reserve University Pride LGBT Ohio Leadership Scholarship, sponsored by the Alumni Association. Wanta (CWR ’14), a first-year medical student in the School of Medicine, was

Model UN team beats its record for most awards at single conference

The Model UN team at Case Western Reserve University recently competed at the Chicago Model United Nations Conference, receiving six awards—the most they’ve ever won at a single conference. The awards were as follows: Outstanding Delegate:

Biomedical engineering adjunct professor Scott Bruder wins prestigious award from AIMBE

Biomedical engineering adjunct professor Scott Bruder wins prestigious award from AIMBE

The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) has selected Scott P. Bruder as the 2015 recipient of the Pierre Galletti Award, the highest honor AIMBE bestows on an individual. Bruder serves as an

Biomedical engineering’s Anant Madabhushi awarded patent for image-based risk score

Biomedical engineering’s Anant Madabhushi awarded patent for image-based risk score

Anant Madabhushi, professor of biomedical engineering and director of the Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics, has been awarded U.S. patent 9002092, titled “Image-based risk score—A prognostic predictor of survival and outcome from

Case Western Reserve University pathologist earns Hartwell Award

Brian Cobb

The Hartwell Foundation has presented a 2014 Individual Biomedical Research Award to Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine researcher Brian A. Cobb, to support his efforts to prevent or reverse asthma. Cobb, an associate

WISER to hold fourth annual awards banquet on April 16

Diana Bilimoria CWRU headshot

Women in Science and Engineering Roundtable (WISER) will hold its fourth annual WISER Awards and Recognition Banquet Thursday, April 16, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in Tinkham Veale University Center, Ballroom C. The banquet will

Two faculty members named American Council of Learned Societies fellows

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Two Case Western Reserve University faculty members recently joined the ranks of the prestigious American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) fellows. Elina Gertsman, associate professor of art history, and Daniel Goldmark, associate professor of

Five named Faculty Distinguished Research Award winners

From social sciences to social work, management to medicine, and biology to biomedical engineering, research is at the heart of Case Western Reserve University. In fact, this past fiscal year alone, researchers earned 1,623

Kenneth A. Loparo selected as American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering fellow

Kenneth A. Loparo selected as American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering fellow

The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) inducted Kenneth A. Loparo, the Nord Professor of Engineering and chair of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, to its College of Fellows.