Researchers design targeted therapy for genetic disorder that damages hearing and vision

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An international team led by researchers at Case Western Reserve’s School of Medicine has designed a targeted therapy that shows early promise in treating a genetic disorder that damages both hearing and vision over

Researchers receive grant to understand why some HIV+ individuals avoid contracting tuberculosis

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Findings could offer hope for TB prevention, cure Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine experts and colleagues in the United States and Africa have received an $11 million, five-year federal grant to understand why

CWRU receives NIH funding to participate in launch of genomics center on Alzheimer’s disease

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Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is one of six recipients of a five-year, $10.8 million award from the National Institute on Aging, part of the National Institutes of Health, to establish the

Find out about part-time master’s degrees from the School of Medicine at July 12 lunch and learn

Attend an employee lunch and learn session to learn how you can use your tuition benefits to earn a master’s degree from the School of Medicine or the Weatherhead School of Management to help

VP Joe Biden highlights Case Comprehensive Cancer Center’s collaborations as critical to Cancer Moonshot

Vice President Joe Biden came to Cleveland Thursday with a simple message for physicians and scientists fighting cancer: collaborate. Speaking at his first visit to the city since he assumed leadership of the nation’s new

Watch livestream of White House’s Cleveland Cancer Moonshot Summit


Tune in Wednesday, June 29, as cancer researchers doctors, scientists, philanthropists, community oncologists, advocates, patients, and survivors come together for the Cleveland Cancer Moonshot Summit. The White House organized the national summit on behalf of

Two School of Medicine students named Fulbright Scholars

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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

New journal launched by CWRU researchers publishes first articles two months ahead of schedule

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Pathogens and Immunity, a new medical journal launched by four leading researchers at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, has published its first articles. The open access journal starting receiving manuscript submissions almost

Faculty members in medicine, management win best overall manuscript award at international conference

Yunmei Wang, assistant professor of medicine, and Philip A. Cola, adjunct assistant professor of medicine and management, won the best overall manuscript at the 21st International Academy of Management and Business Conference held in

Researchers’ findings offer promise for the development of new treatments for chronic pain and cancer

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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