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In The News

2018-08-08 (All day)

How is artificial intelligence changing radiology and pathology to enhance care delivery and improve patient outcomes?

2018-07-20 (All day)

A team of researchers from the Case School of Engineering and School of Medicine published the first research paper on their blood-clotting device, ClotChip, in the Journal of Thrombosis and Hemostasis.

2018-07-17 (All day)

With artificial intelligence, machines can now examine thousands of medical images – and billions of pixels within these images – to identify patterns too subtle for a radiologist or pathologist to identify.

2018-07-13 (All day)

Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic have launched a new partnership to advance research and education in biomedical engineering (BME) across greater Cleveland’s growing health innovation ecosystem.

2018-06-07 (All day)

A car traveling on an icy highway skids into a semi, resulting in victims with major injuries and uncontrolled bleeding. There's little that first responders can do to help broken blood vessels clot.

2018-06-04 (All day)

Nanoparticle technology mimics blood platelets to prevent and treat bleeding from trauma, surgery

2018-06-02 (All day)

Bolu Ajiboye, PhD and Robert Kirsch, PhD received first place for the 2018 International Annual Brain Computer Interface (BCI) Research Award, for their project entitled “Restoring Functional Reach-to-Grasp in a Person with Chronic Tetraplegia using Implanted Functional Electrical Stimulation and Intracortical Brain-Computer Interfaces.”

2018-05-30 (All day)

Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland-based biotechnology company Haima Therapeutics LLC have signed a two-year option to license a technology to prevent and treat bleeding complications from trauma, low platelet counts and surgery.

2018-05-23 (All day)

Three Hathaway Brown students spent May 13-18 in Pittsburgh, PA where they competed in the Intel ISEF (International Science & Engineering Fair), the largest pre-college science fair in the world.

2018-05-17 (All day)

Xconomy New York — It turns out interpreting biopsies isn’t entirely unlike mapping the rocky terrain of Mars. Thomas Fuchs, a former research technologist at NASA, is taking some of what he learned in training algorithms to navigate the Red Planet for the Mars Rover project and applying it to create cancer-detecting algorithms.