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

Medical students selected for Howard Hughes Medical Institute fellowships

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute recently announced its 2016 class of Medical Research Fellows, with four Case Western Reserve University representatives among the 66 total selected. The program allows students to spend a full year

CWRU health care scholars participate in Health Journalism 2016 conference

More than 600 attendees gathered in Cleveland last month for Health Journalism 2016, the annual conference of the Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ). This highly regarded event highlighted the perspective of numerous experts

CWRU researchers identify significant mutational targets in colon cancer

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Research may offer clue into biologic role of these genes in tumor progression Little is known about the molecular basis of aberrant protein glycosylation, a complex enzymatic process that is a hallmark of many human

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

This event has been canceled. 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

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

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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,