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2016-10-26 (All day)

Pallavi Tiwari, PhD's work on radiomic tools for distinguishing recurrent brain tumors from radiation necrosis and the subject of a recent AJNR paper has been highlighted in National Science Foundation (NSF) science digest, Science Now.
See the last story in the video starting at 2:35.

2016-10-24 (All day)

On October 15th, Case Western Reserve University’s Society for Biomaterials (SFB) chapter hosted a symposium called SFB Biomaterials Day where students from Case Western as well as many neighboring universities presented their cutting edge research in the field of biomaterials.

2016-10-11 (All day)

The Case Coulter Translational Research Partnership and University Hospitals are offering a collaborative pilot award opportunity to promote the development of new translational research projects between problem owners (clinicians) and solution providers (engineers). The target areas for funding are in the infectious disease domain.

2016-09-27 (All day)

What if eliminating physical pain was a matter of flipping a switch to block it? No drug needed. When it’s time to stop the block, just turn it off. Researchers at Case Western Reserve University hope to eventually treat chronic or acute pain by using energy-based neuromodulation technology, which is in development.

2016-09-22 (All day)

What if eliminating physical pain was a matter of flipping a switch to block it? No drug needed. When it’s time to stop the block, just turn it off. Researchers at Case Western Reserve University hope to eventually treat chronic or acute pain by using energy-based neuromodulation technology.

2016-09-15 (All day)

Case Western Reserve University-led research could speed identification of recurrent tumors, eliminate costly and risky brain biopsies

2016-09-07 (All day)

Quick and automated count of tubules correlates with current best -- but expensive -- genomic test determining who needs chemotherapy and who doesn't

2016-08-10 (All day)

Jon Whitney, a postdoctoral research associate in the Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics in Case School of Engineering’s Department of Biomedical Engineering, has been named by Case Western Reserve University as a 2015 Hartwell Foundation Fellow. He was recognized for his work to reduce the need for aggressive radiation and chemotherapy on children suffering from medulloblastomas, a prevalent form of pediatric malignant brain tumors.

2016-07-11 (All day)

Showcasing its digital pathology cockpit and workflow solution in booth #4 at the Association of Pathology Chairs (APC) Annual Meeting in San Diego July 12th -15th, Inspirata also will be hosting a 2-hour expert panel on overcoming the barriers to digital pathology adoption.

2016-07-11 (All day)

The NCI grant will be used to develop and validate a digital pathology image-based predictor to identify which breast cancers will respond to hormone therapy alone thus sparing these patients from the adverse effects of adjuvant chemotherapy commonly given to all such patients today.