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Muthumeenakshi Subramanian working in Dr Dominique Durand laboratory has won a travel awards and honnorarium to the the 9th Brain Initiative conference in Bethesda. Jun 21-13 2023

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Eight researchers affiliated with Case Western Reserve University have been named senior members of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI)—the largest class ever from the university—and from any member institution since the academy began the awards in 2018.

Research partnership involves academia and industry to develop and commercialize the technology  

Dan Ma is an assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the School of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University. At SPIE Medical Imaging 2023, Ma will discuss how combining the precision and sensitivity of magnetic resonance fingerprinting (MRF) with advanced image analysis techniques could lead to a unified quantitative imaging tool for precision cancer imaging and treatment planning.

March 14, 2023 is the 10-year anniversary of the publication of a Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting (MRF) paper in Nature

CLEVELAND (WJW) — Collaboration happening now between Case Western Reserve University and other American universities seeks a “world-first” innovation for which medical researchers have been questing for decades: artificial whole blood.

CWRU researchers developing life-saving blood substitute to help save thousands of lives

The CWRU Department of Biomedical Engineering has opened two tenure-track (open rank) faculty positions in the area of diagnostic and therapeutic applications of ultrasound and/or photoacoustics with emphasis on image-guided therapy and drug delivery.

CWRU BME has opened an Assistant Professor tenure-track faculty position in the area of modulation of the microbiome to promote human health.

(tenured/tenure-track) in Biomedical Ultrasound Imaging and Image-Guided Therapy - Department of Biomedical Engineering
Posted January 27, 2023

Bleeding is the most common cause of potentially survivable death in trauma, in both military and civilian settings. Whole blood is recognized as the resuscitation fluid of choice; however, it has limited viability, requires cold storage, and is not always available due to logistical challenges and donor dependence. Despite the Department of Defense’s (DoD) extensive and highly effective blood program, rapid patient evacuation to a facility that has blood is not always an option.

A manuscript by Anirban Sen Gupta, Leonard Case Jr. Professor of Engineering in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University, is featured on the October 2022 cover of ACS Nano.

Case Western Reserve University bioengineer awarded $2.5 million from U.S. Army to boost nanotechnology for treating wounded soldiers and patients with bleeding defects

Palak Gupta | 28. Graduate research assistant, Case Western Reserve University

In addition to preventing injury, wearable tech can help optimize other aspects of an athlete’s performance. 

Congratulations to CCIPD authors Amir Reza Sadri, Thomas DeSilvio, and Prathyush Chirra for their award-winning paper titled, “Deep hybrid convolutional wavelet networks: application to predicting response to chemoradiation in rectal cancers via MRI.” 

The Research Highlights collection showcases the breadth of work being done by primary investigators with the support of grants from the EGRP portfolio.

Dustin Tyler invited to White House as part of announcement of new federal agency to push for biomedical breakthroughs

Case Western Reserve University researchers develop next generation of artificial platelets that can stop bleeding from an injury faster