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Three biomedical engineering researchers—Jeffrey CapadonaAnant Madabhushi and Julius Korley—are among four Case Western Reserve University faculty members who were named to the prestigious Crain’s Cleveland Business “Forty Under 40” class of 2015.

P. Hunter Peckham, PhD was presented the 2015 Case Western Reserve Medal for Health Science Innovation, the School of Medicine’s highest honor, for his efforts in advancing research, education, and care in extraordinary ways.

Anant Madabhushi, director of the Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics

A faculty-student team from Case Western Reserve University is participating in a state-funded effort to accelerate the commercialization of university research designed to serve as an economic development tool for new businesses and jobs.
 
 

BME grad student Anna Dikina wins Baxter Young investigator award.

BME's Hunter Peckham guest-writes a column about CWRU's Concussion Symposium, held in conjunction with the National Academy of Engineering and the Institute of Medicine.

CWRU and Cleveland Clinic aim to create anatomy curriculum that takes advantage of Microsoft's HoloLens, which would allow students to study life-size holograms of the body and its organs.

New particles can stop bleeding and inflammation in the lungs of someone injured in an explosion

Mind-Controlled Robots Take Directions From Tiny Brain Implants

Peckham, recognized internationally for his spinal cord research, was instrumental in creating the Cleveland Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) Center, which studies the application of electrical currents to generate or suppress nerve activity.

Faculty and clinicians among those to reflect on CFTR gene discovery 25 years ago and on current treatment advances

Faculty and clinicians among those to reflect on CFTR gene discovery 25 years ago and on current treatment advances

Anant Madabhushi and team receive innovation research grant to develop computational image analysis and pattern-recognition methods to distinguish vulnerable from stable plaque in the carotid on MRI images.

The campus community is invited to attend the fall Ford Distinguished Lecture, featuring Michael J. Coyle, executive vice president and group president of Medtronic’s Cardiac and Vascular Group.