Malaria-detection device developed by CWRU researchers selected for federal Patents for Humanity award

malaria detection device

Only university awarded in national competition While the industrialized world has been free of malaria for 50 years, the disease remains a major humanitarian issue that affects the health and quality of life of impoverished

Attend Women Faculty of the School of Medicine spring dinner May 19

The Women Faculty of the School of Medicine will hold its Spring Dinner on Tuesday, May 19, at 5:30 p.m. in the Allen Memorial Library. Francine Kaufman, chief medical officer and vice president of global

Breakthrough provides new hope for more effective treatments for patients with HER2+ breast cancer

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Scientists identify key genes and molecules that spur aggressive activity Ahmad M. Khalil knew the odds were against him—as in thousands upon thousands to one. Yet he and his team never wavered from their quest to

Attend 38th annual Biomedical Graduate Student Symposium on May 8

Biomedical Graduate Student Symposium flyer

The Biomedical Graduate Student Symposium—an annual student-organized symposium showcasing the outstanding research of graduate students from the School of Medicine, Department of Biomedical Engineering and Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine—will take place Friday,

School of Medicine’s Goutham Narla earns John S. Diekhoff Award for Mentoring

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Goutham Narla, an assistant professor of medicine and the Pardee-Gerstacker Professor in Cancer Research, attributes much of his early success and interest in medicine to his undergraduate mentors at Santa Clara University, Professors Eddy

Molecular and functional basis established for nitric oxide joining oxygen and carbon dioxide in respiratory cycle

Discovery could lead to treatment focus on red blood cell dysfunction in cardiovascular diseases and blood disorders Professor Jonathan Stamler’s latest findings regarding nitric oxide have the potential to reshape fundamentally the way we think about

CWRU to lead international research on resistance to infection with bacteria causing tuberculosis

Catherine Stein

Scientists seek novel prevention and treatment strategies After discovering a unique group of people resistant to tuberculosis (TB) infection, Case Western Reserve University researchers are leading an international team dedicated to understanding exactly how they

Alana Foundation to fund CWRU-MIT research in identifying drugs to treat Down syndrome

Alberto Costa

Goal for therapeutics is to improve cognitive function in persons with this neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative condition Thanks to the generosity of a philanthropy dedicated to children’s issues, renowned Down syndrome researcher Alberto Costa has taken

Find out how CWRU ranks in global equality, biomedical research at today’s report card launch party

The Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine’s Universities Allied for Essential Medicines chapter will host a report card launch party today (April 22) from 12:15 to 2:30 p.m. in Biomedical Research Building, Room 105. The report card grades more

Drugs stimulate body’s stem cells to replace the brain cells lost in multiple sclerosis

Paul Tesar

Approach may offer new way to reverse disability in multiple sclerosis patients A pair of topical medicines already alleviating skin conditions may prove to have another, even more compelling use: instructing stem cells in the