School of Medicine to host fundraising event in Sonoma County; register now

The School of Medicine will host Giving Kids Hope event in Sonoma County, California, May 20-21. The event will feature an interactive food and wine experience with Sonoma winemakers from Cast Winery, Gregory James Winery,

Hear from renowned biologist and infectious disease expert at May 5 town hall meeting

Adel Mahmoud

The School of Medicine will host an exclusive town hall meeting and discussion with students on the future of global health and vaccination Thursday, May 5, from 2:30 to 4 p.m. in Biomedical Research

Four professors selected for Faculty Distinguished Research Award

headshots of CWRU Faculty Distinguished Research Award winners 2016

More than 1,000 stakeholders and community members are expected to visit Research ShowCASE April 15 to see the latest innovations from faculty and students at Case Western Reserve University. Among them: Four of the

“U.S. News & World Report” graduate, professional school rankings announced

CWRU sign

Case Western Reserve placed three degree programs in the nation’s top 10 in U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of graduate programs released today. The university also saw its health law program stay

Eight CWRU faculty honored as Cleveland’s “Health Care Heroes”

Eight of Case Western Reserve University’s health care experts—with fields ranging from neurology to dental medicine—earned spots on this year’s Crain’s Cleveland Business 2016 Health Care Heroes list for excellence in their fields. The recognition

Case Western Reserve faculty receive funding for new technologies aimed at blood, lung disorders

Malaria, cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia targeted Three Case Western Reserve University faculty members have received grants to advance technologies designed to provide earlier diagnoses of malaria, cystic fibrosis, and sickle cell anemia. Brian T. Grimberg,

Researchers discover way to treat abnormalities in fetal brain development in mice

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An international team led by Case Western Reserve researchers has discovered a way to treat abnormalities in fetal brain development in mice that eliminates the animals’ symptoms of neurological disorders in adulthood. The study, which

Watch free screening of film that depicts life with bipolar disorder

movie projector

A free screening of Touched with Fire, which depicts life with bipolar disorder, will be held Wed., Feb. 17, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in Strosacker Auditorium. A New York Times Critics’ pick, the film is “a

CWRU researchers seek to revolutionize scholarly medical publishing with new journal

A new online, open access journal created by Case Western Reserve University researchers is challenging established methods in biomedical research publications. According to its editors, Pathogens and Immunity is designed to streamline the current

Newly discovered reptile fossils offer clues about elevation history of Andes Mountains, climate change

Tortoise shell discovered by Darin Croft

On an arid plateau in the Andes Mountains of southern Bolivia, a Case Western Reserve University researcher flagged what turned out to be the fossil remains of a tortoise nearly 5 feet long—a find indicating