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In The News

2017-04-07 (All day)

Congratulations to Biomedical Engineering's doctoral candidate, Prateek Prasanna for receiving the 2017 Doctoral Excellence Award.

2017-04-06 (All day)

Pictures from Biomedical Engineering’s Anant Madabhushi and colleagues' visits with policymakers to support federal research funding.

2017-04-06 (All day)

Including three teams led by Jeffrey Capadona, Miklos Gratzl, and Satish Viswanath.  

2017-04-05 (All day)

The Wallace H. Coulter Foundation has teamed up with Case Western Reserve University — the leading patent-producing university in the state.

2017-03-28 (All day)

The data an MRI machine pulls carries potential far beyond the images it provides for physicians.

2017-03-28 (All day)

First recipient of implanted brain-recording and muscle-stimulating systems reanimates limb that had been stilled for eight years

2017-03-27 (All day)

New integrated technologies allow coaches, physicians, and trainers to better understand the physical demands of athletes in real time.

2017-03-21 (All day)

BME Biomaterials Faculty score lead roles at multiple GRC conferences

2017-03-21 (All day)

What do basketball and biomedical engineering have in common? They are both areas where universities compete.

2017-02-23 (All day)

Reversing Paralysis: Scientists are making remarkable progress at using brain implants to restore the freedom of movement that spinal cord injuries take away.