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How science and technology are helping clinicians predict treatment for Crohn's patients

Scientists in a computational imaging lab at Case Western Reserve University are hoping that a novel computerized approach that looks for cancer signals outside the tumor area itself will be a historic leap in diagnosing cancer using just routine CAT scans.

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers recently announced its 2019 IEEE Fellows, with a plethora of Indian American and South Asian-origin engineers making the cut.

Paralyzed people might one day be able to operate smartphones and tablets just by thinking about the actions they want to perform, with help from sensors implanted in their brains, a recent experiment suggests.

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - FitBits and Apple Watches, for example, are popular wearable devices that many of us already have. But researchers at Case Western Reserve University want to push those devices further using the information they provide to help student athletes.

#10 Smart-imaging computers for cancer prediction

Anant Madabhushi, the F. Alex Nason Professor II of Biomedical Engineering, was recognized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) as an IEEE Fellow. He was honored for contributions in image analysis tools for diagnosis and prognosis of diseases.

The cover of the December issue of the Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (JMRI) features the study led by Rakesh Shiradkar, PhD, a research associate in the Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics.

Kim delivered a 90-second elevator pitch on developing an early diagnostic device for cystic fibrosis, a project that he developed during his MS program with Miklos Gratzl.

Bob and his wife, Brenda, committed $20 million in 2017 to support biomedical engineering

In Focus: Brain Tumor Research Funding Brain Tumors Pose a Complex and Deadly Problem

Scientists are developing AI systems called deep neural nets that can read medical images and detect disease — with astonishing efficiency. Anant Madabhushi at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and his colleagues are applying a deep neural net to analyze digitized biopsy samples at Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai, India. 

The 4th Annual Cleveland Medical Hackathon delivered an innovative jolt to the healthcare industry. Students from the department of biomedical engineering at Case Western Reserve University took the top 3 awards, each with a cash prize.

We welcome prospective students to stop by our booth at the BMES Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA to ask faculty “anything” about life & academics in the department of biomedical engineering at Case Western Reserve University!

RSNA abstract “Novel Radiomic Descriptor of Tumor Vascular Morphology Identifies Responders to Neo-Adjuvant Chemotherapy on Pre-Treatment Breast MRI” in the “Medical Student” category, was selected to receive the RSNA Trainee Research Prize.

Anant Madabhushi lab to accelerate research in computational imaging, artificial intelligence and precision medicine.

Case Western Reserve researchers accurately predict how well body will fight lung cancer—based on patterns of immune cells

The six Case Western Reserve projects were selected for full program funding, which ranges from $50,000 to $200,000 each. Several additional pilot projects have or will be awarded funding by the end of the year. All projects are partnerships between a clinician and a biomedical engineer, and are focused on solving areas of unmet clinical need.

Ideastream health reporter Marlene Harris-Taylor will take viewers inside a lab at the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center via a Facebook Live stream Friday, Sept. 21, at 10 a.m.