By Shivani Parikh
While today is just a normal Friday for most, it’s a monumental day in Jordan Genovese’s life: it’s the release date of her album, “Green November,” which encompasses years of songwriting and
Renowned genetic scientist to lead collaboration to use lessons from big data to benefit individual patients, broader communities
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals announced the launch of the Institute of Computational
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have received two grants totaling nearly $1.7 million to build nanoparticles that seek and destroy metastases too small to be detected with current technologies.
They are targeting aggressive cancers
In order for prolonged exposure therapy—an evidence-based psychotherapy for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)—to reach its full potential, any ruptures in trust and communication between therapist and client need to be fixed, according to a
Developing new technologies to improve treatment of arterial fibrillation
In a matter of years, a doctor may see real-time images of a patient’s beating heart and steer a robotic catheter through its chambers using the
The Observer, Case Western Reserve University’s independent student newspaper, recently earned accolades for its website. The Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) named observer.case.edu the No. 7 student-newspaper website in the country among similarly sized schools.
Three gene mutations appear to be invasion mechanisms
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute have discovered recent genetic mutations in a parasite that cause more than 100 million cases
Case Western Reserve Trustee Chair Chuck Fowler announced that the board elected Ellen Stirn Mavec and Don Richards as university trustees at its meeting earlier this month.
“Ellen and Don each have long ties to
When Max Simon was 13 years old, he and his cousin, 16-year-old Nick Francis, entered a national contest to create a backyard haunted house. Five years later, their business—the Fear Experience—is hailed as one
Longtime Case Western Reserve University athletics administrator Patrick Kennedy will serve as the university’s interim director of athletics and chair of physical education, effective Oct. 16.
Kennedy, the department’s associate athletic director since 2000, assumes