By Kaitlin Murphy
This year, two Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine students were named Fulbright Scholars, in recognition of their innovative research ideas and passion for making a difference abroad. Max Feinstein, a
Risk score would determine who would benefit from chemoradiation alone
Researchers estimate that, in the United States annually, up to 10,000 rectal cancer patients undergo unnecessary surgery, and more than 25,000 suffer from pelvic sepsis,
Among elite athletes, practice accounts for a scant 1 percent of the difference in their performances—and starting sports at an early age does not necessarily provide athletes an upper hand—according to new research.
Researchers from Case Western Reserve University, NASA John H. Glenn Research Center and around the world will perform the largest fire-safety experiment ever in space when the unmanned Cygnus cargo module backs a safe
New data challenges conventional wisdom about rape among scholars, advocates, police and prosecutors
The testing of nearly 5,000 forgotten and backlogged rape kits in Cuyahoga County has led to investigations, indictments, prosecutions—and, already, more than
Working in collaboration with the university’s Technology Transfer Office (TTO), four Case Western Reserve faculty recently secured state funding awards to help them move their research from the campus to the marketplace.
The awards involve
Elementary students who practiced playing at school significantly improved their organization of stories, imagination and frequency in showing emotion, according to a study by researchers at Case Western Reserve University.
Students who struggled using their
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