Colon cancer researcher Sanford Markowitz receives Distinguished University Professorship

Sanford Markowitz

Groundbreaking medical research offers Sanford Markowitz the best of two worlds. He thrives on solving tough scientific puzzles that come with medical research in a top-flight academic center. He also finds immense gratification that

$18.5 million Fasenmyer Foundation gift supports research efforts at School of Medicine, Cleveland Clinic

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Two Cleveland researchers receive $18.5 million to continue legacy in rheumatic, immunologic disorders and infectious disease Building on its previous gifts to Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, the Richard J.

Universities Allied for Essential Medicines to show film “Medical Research: Houston, We Have a Problem” today


The Case Western Reserve University chapter of Universities Allied for Essential Medicines will host a showing of Medical Research: Houston, We Have a Problem. The event will take place today (Monday, Aug. 24) from 1

School of Medicine student selected to participate in Minority Medical Student Award Program

Tolulope Rosanwo

Tolulope Rosanwo, a student in the School of Medicine, recently was selected to participate in the 2015 Minority Medical Student Award Program (MMSAP). The program is meant to increase interest among minority students in hematology. Over the

School of Medicine’s Robert Bucklew receives 2014-2015 Joan Harris Staff Development Award

The School of Medicine awarded Robert Bucklew, outreach coordinator for the Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals AIDS Clinical Trials Unit (CTU), with the 2014-2015 Joan Harris Staff Development Award. The School of Medicine annually awards

Get more information about Universities Allied for Essential Medicine organization at event today

Universities Allied for Essential Medicine (UAEM) will host a recruiting event today (Aug. 18) from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the School of Medicine, Room E321/323. UAEM is a student organization that seeks to improve

Researchers find key protein drives “power plants” that fuel cells in heart and other key systems in the body

Xudong Liao

Case Western Reserve discovery explains KLF4 and mitochondrial connection in heart failure Case Western Reserve University scientists have discovered that a protein called Kruppel-like Factor 4 (KLF4) controls mitochondria—the “power plants” in cells that catalyze energy production.

School of Medicine to host symposium on genome instability, evolution

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The School of Medicine will present the Hanna Symposium Wednesday, Sept. 9, from 2 to 9 p.m. in the Biomedical Research Building auditorium. Speakers at the symposium will focus on genome instability and evolution. The

Want to study medicine, but not a medical student? Register for 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, University Hospitals Case Medical Center and the

More fundraising records fall

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Case Western Reserve University’s supporters set 22 all-time records for fundraising in fiscal year 2015, including its eighth all-time record for attainment in the past nine years. That total of $166.9 million bested 2014’s