As part of a larger initiative to promote active learning at Case Western Reserve University, researchers from the social work school participated in a yearlong project to integrate active instruction and academic technologies into
Bill Schiemann, professor of general medical sciences, has devoted years to studying breast cancer—specifically, metastasis, or cancer’s spread to other parts of the body, which is the cause of more than 90 percent of
Flies and moths can hover, maneuver and fly to a target through a moonless night better than any manmade aircraft. Biologists at Case Western Reserve University are helping the U.S. Air Force to understand
Faculty from Case Western Reserve and Taipei Medical University will collaborate on research and education under an agreement the institutions reached last week. During a signing ceremony Friday on campus, President Barbara R. Snyder
With age, postmenopausal women with osteoporosis are at greater risk of losing their teeth. But what treatment for tooth loss provides women with the highest degree of satisfaction in their work and social lives?
Research focuses on select tissues injured through disease, surgery and transplants, but early findings indicate potential for broad applications
The concept sounds like the stuff of science fiction: take a pill, and suddenly new tissues
The National Psoriasis Foundation awarded Nicole Ward and Thomas McCormick, associate professors of dermatology, a one-year, $75,000 Discovery Grant.
Ward and McCormick will study if omega-3 fatty acids, such as those found in fish oil,
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine have unraveled one of the mysteries of how a small group of immune cells work: That some inflammation-fighting immune cells may actually convert into
Instrument’s super-magnification of retina would enhance early detection of eye disease and could accelerate developing new eye therapies
Imagine an instrument that peers deep inside the eye and sees how well the retina’s cells function.
Presenting research in front of large crowds is nothing new for Case Western Reserve University scholars.
But on Friday, three researchers will share stories that go beyond what audiences have heard before, as speakers at