Students treat senior patients in van equipped as dentist’s office

Dental Van

Students and faculty at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Dental Medicine are treating Cleveland-area seniors in a dentist’s office on wheels—a 38-foot van, in fact, renovated to provide full-service oral care. The “Lifelong Smiles”

Master of Science in Management-Healthcare classes to be offered at Global Center for Health Innovation

Peter B. Lewis Building CWRU Weatherhead School of Management

Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management’s Master of Science in Management-Healthcare (MSM-Healthcare) program is branching out into the Global Center for Health Innovation in downtown Cleveland. Two MSM-Healthcare courses—Health Finance and Health Decision

CWRU biologists find keys to driving a cockroach

Cockroach research

Sensorimotor neurons in central complex encode for movements Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have identified neurons in a cockroach’s brain that control whether the insect walks slow or fast, turns right or left or

CWRU volleyball to compete in NCAA Division III Championships today

2015-16 volleyball team

To understand elements of the Spartan volleyball team’s extraordinary success this season, just view this video of the players watching the NCAA Division III Championships Selection Show Monday. (One tip, though: Definitely turn down the

New traffic light at Adelbert Road, Circle Drive installed to improve safety

Traffic light at Adelbert Road and Circle Drive

Persistence proved to be the key to installing a traffic light at the three-way intersection of Adelbert Road and Circle Drive. For many years, the Staff Advisory Council (SAC) lobbied to have a light replace

5 questions with… one of Smokey Robinson’s violinists, physics instructor Ed Caner

Ed Caner in Hey Mavis

Ed Caner vividly remembers the first time he took the stage with Smokey Robinson. It was 1990, and Caner was playing violin for Robinson’s fans on a floating stage in the Cuyahoga River. The

5 questions with… junior English major, Cavalier Girl Bry Atchison

Bry Atchison dancing at Cavs game

When the Cleveland Cavaliers tip off tonight in Quicken Loans Arena for their first home game of the season, fans from Case Western Reserve University might see a familiar face on the court: Bry

Researchers pursue ideal ingredients for cartilage recipe

Cartilage in painful knee

A five-year, $2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health will allow researchers at Case Western Reserve University and Harvard University to build a microfactory that churns out a formula to produce joint

Researchers unveil open-source modeling software to enable mesoscale design and assembly

Roger French

As molecular-level electronic, photonic and biological devices grow smaller, approaching the nanometer scale, chemists, physicists and materials scientists strive to predict the magnitude of the fundamental intermolecular interactions, and whether new hierarchical combinations of

Biomarker may predict which HER2-negative breast cancer patients will benefit from targeted therapy

test tubes

Multicenter team led by Case Western Reserve scientists uses brief exposure to therapy to find biomarker predictive of response to therapy A multicenter team led by Case Western Reserve has demonstrated that brief exposure to