Mapping of the full-length TRPV2 protein structure could advance design of innovative pharmaceutical compounds
A team led by researchers at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine has identified a promising new target for the
Finding may help in understanding memory formation, treating epilepsy
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University discovered a new way that brain waves spread through the hippocampus—a possible step toward understanding and treating epilepsy.
The researchers discovered
Five-year, $6.7 million federal grant for new Center for Multimodal Evaluation of Engineered Cartilage aims to make cartilage knee implants from patients’ cells
Case Western Reserve University will open a new center designed to develop
Five Case Western Reserve University junior faculty members have been awarded National Science Foundation CAREER grants, bringing more than $2.5 million for research to campus.
The five-year grants support the scientists as they delve into
Research may offer clue into biologic role of these genes in tumor progression
Little is known about the molecular basis of aberrant protein glycosylation, a complex enzymatic process that is a hallmark of many human
Effort to understand risks of treatment, and prognostic clues to long-term outcomes
Prostate cancers are either low-grade, low-risk forms that may be monitored but otherwise untreated, or they’re serious enough to require surgery and radiation.
Behaviors that enable bullying—a significant public health problem for adolescents nationally—were reduced among students who completed a new online anti-bullying program, according to a new study from Case Western Reserve University.
“Part of convincing schools
The Hartwell Foundation, a Memphis-based philanthropic institution committed to funding innovative biomedical pediatrics research, has named Case Western Reserve University among its national Top 10 Centers of Biomedical Research.
The prestigious designation allows Case Western
A Case Western Reserve University researcher has been awarded more than $3 million in federal and foundation grants to turn common plant viruses into cancer sleuths and search-and-destroy emissaries.
Nicole Steinmetz, an assistant professor of
Pronounced alterations in heart rate variability may contribute to sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP)
Doctors have long characterized epilepsy as a brain disorder, but researchers at Case Western Reserve University have found that part