Radiology’s Mark Griswold earns medical school’s top honor

Dean Davis and Mark Griswold with Case Western Reserve Medal of Excellence in Health Science Innovation

Throughout his career, radiology professor Mark Griswold, PhD, has earned accolades for research and innovations in the field of imaging. Among many other breakthroughs, Griswold has contributed toward developing a robotically guided heart catheter

Staff member Christine Olson earns 2013-2014 Joan Harris Staff Development Award

Christine Olson, assistant director of special projects for the School of Medicine Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative, is the recipient of the 2013-2014 Joan Harris Staff Development Award. The School of Medicine annually awards this

School of Medicine’s Dennis Auckley examines impact of early school on children’s sleep

School schedules Ideastream: Dennis Auckley, associate professor of medicine, discussed the early return to school—in terms of both date and time—and the effect it may have on children’s

Learn about health research trends at fall Mini Med School

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Members of the campus community are invited to take part in the fall session of Mini Med School, presented by Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and the Laura and Alvin Siegal Lifelong

School of Medicine’s Harneet Walia discusses recent study on sleep apnea and blood pressure

Severe sleep apnea may boost odds for stubborn high blood pressure MSN.com: Cleveland Clinic researchers, led by Harneet Walia, assistant professor of family medicine, found a significant correlation between severe sleep apnea and drug-resistant high blood

Distinguished University Professorship awarded to collaborative medicine pioneer Kurt Stange

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Relationships are a pillar of Kurt Stange’s personal and professional philosophy. He cultivates them in his practice of medicine, when working with fellow faculty across the university, and advocates for their critical role in

James Kazura’s accomplishments earn him CWRU’s top award

James Kazura

Former Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Dean Frederick Robbins greatly influenced James W. Kazura—an up-and-coming medical house officer in the 1970s—to pursue global health as a career. At the time, Kazura was surrounded

School of Medicine to host poster session

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The School of Medicine will present its second Institutional Scientific Core Facility Retreat Monday, Aug. 25. Members of the Case Western Reserve University community, including faculty, staff and students, are invited to attend the poster

Case Western Reserve University hosts The Baton Pass with Seidman Cancer Center, Cleveland Clinic

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Siemens will donate up to $1 million to Stand Up To Cancer to support accelerated cancer research Earlier this week, Case Western Reserve University, University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center and Cleveland Clinic joined a national

Protective hinge process enables insulin to bind to cells

headshot of Michael Weiss CWRU in his lab

Case Western Reserve scientist helps lead study that will enhance insulin products and improve blood sugar control Since its landmark discovery in 1922, insulin has improved the health and extended the lives of more than