- May. 25, 2022
Case Western Reserve University signs license agreement to bring artificial intelligence breakthroughs closer to cancer patient care
When Case Western Reserve research showed that artificial intelligence (AI) could identify which lung cancer patients would benefit from chemotherapy, a national magazine called the finding one of the “10 Most Incredible Medical Breakthroughs of 2018.” Four years later, the university has signed an exclusive license agreement with Picture Health that aims to turn the promise of such AI tools into a reality that ultimately benefits patients around the globe.
- May. 13, 2022
Ankit Sharma, a postdoctoral scholar in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Case Western Reserve University, was one of four early career researchers selected worldwide for the Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE) Foundation Grand Challenges Initiative with a fellowship of $5,000.
- May. 13, 2022
Youngjin Yoo, professor of design and innovation, and Erman Ayday, assistant professor in the Department of Computer and Data Sciences, were awarded a one-year, $250,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation to develop a report identifying key socio-technical challenges and principles to design and implement a universal learning and employment record (LER) ecosystem.
- Apr. 15, 2022
Matthew Willard, materials science and engineering professor, co-chairs magnetic materials conference
Matthew Willard, professor of materials science and engineering at Case Western Reserve University, helped lead the 15th Joint Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (MMM) – International Magnetics (Intermag) Conference in January.
- Mar. 31, 2022
Case Western Reserve University scientist Svetlana Morozova, whose research explores the unique properties and possibilities of polymer gels, has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) grant to further examine how they interact with the surfaces of other materials.
- Mar. 23, 2022
Scientists developing climate-friendly method to process rare earth minerals; could make U.S. less reliant on foreign metals
A Case Western Reserve scientist is working on a sustainable way to chemically transform so-called “rare earth” minerals into metals for renewable energy applications. If successful, the new process could one day help increase American production of the metals, which are now primarily imported from China.
- Mar. 22, 2022
Students at Case Western Reserve University are challenged to “think beyond the possible” each and every day—and third-year PhD student Kathryn Wilcox takes that mission to heart.
- Mar. 22, 2022
Just a few miles from campus is Lake Erie—the source of Cleveland’s drinking water, a prime spot for outdoor activity and, at Case Western Reserve, a hotbed for research. Huichun (Judy) Zhang, the Frank H. Neff Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Case School of Engineering, specializes in environmental chemistry and engineering and has conducted considerable research on Lake Erie.
- Mar. 21, 2022
Dustin Tyler invited to White House as part of announcement of new federal agency to push for biomedical breakthroughs
- Mar. 10, 2022
Scientists at Case Western Reserve University have developed an inexpensive way to transform an ordinary shirt into an electronic smart shirt—one able to monitor and adjust body temperature or even allow the wearer to apply heat to a sore shoulder or back.
- Feb. 25, 2022
The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) recently announced the election of Umut Gurkan, the Warren E. Rupp Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, to its College of Fellows.
- Feb. 23, 2022
Biomedical researchers at Case Western Reserve University report that their latest innovation in developing synthetic platelets could help save lives by rapidly stabilizing clots to reduce blood loss from traumatic injuries. This new effort centers on the creation of next-generation, platelet-mimicking nanoparticles.
- Feb. 11, 2022
Three Case Western Reserve University faculty elected as 2022 senior members of National Academy of Inventors
Three distinguished members of the Case Western Reserve University faculty—Susann Brady-Kalnay, Paul Tesar and Satish Viswanath—have been elected among 83 “of the world’s best emerging academic inventors” to the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) 2022 class of Senior Members.
- Feb. 1, 2022
A Case Western Reserve University-led team of scientists has used artificial intelligence (AI) to identify which patients with certain head and neck cancers would benefit from reducing the intensity of treatments such as radiation therapy and chemotherapy.
- Jan. 26, 2022
President Eric W. Kaler and Provost Ben Vinson III invite members of the Case Western Reserve University community to attend the 2022 Think Showcase. This virtual event will begin on Feb. 1 with a panel on “Climate Change in Health” featuring Chemical Engineering's Burcu Gurkan.
- Jan. 25, 2022
A Case Western Reserve University engineer will lead a team of scientists helping NASA and other agencies plan for the future refueling of spacecraft while in space.
- Jan. 19, 2022
Cleveland-based RoadPrintz Inc. receives $1M from National Science Foundation to advance mobile robotic pavement-marking system
RoadPrintz Inc., a company co-founded by Case Western Reserve University engineering professor Wyatt Newman, has received a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research award of nearly $1 million from the National Science Foundation.
- Jan. 13, 2022
National Science Foundation grant funds Case Western Reserve University-led team seeking to modernize industry as key to helping surrounding neighborhoods.
- Dec. 17, 2021
Learn about the translational science team behind the first-of-its-kind journal publication
- Dec. 14, 2021
Case Western Reserve University researcher Zheng-Rong Lu has been elected as a fellow of The National Academy of Inventors (NAI)
- Dec. 9, 2021
Computer and data science chair obtains high-powered computer system with support from National Science Foundation, Ohio Department of Education
- Dec. 6, 2021
Artificial intelligence tool predicts treatment response and survival in small cell lung cancer patients
Researchers identify set of patterns from CT scans to help predict patient’s response to chemotherapy
- Dec. 3, 2021
Case Western Reserve-led team to test artificial intelligence medical imaging to determine which rectal cancer patients need surgery—or can avoid it
- Aug. 25, 2021
Leader in materials science research John Lewandowski awarded Distinguished University Professorship
John Lewandowski, Arthur P. Armington Professor of Engineering II in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, was honored as a Case Western Reserve University Distinguished University Professor during the Aug. 25 convocation.
- Aug. 23, 2021
New $3 million National Science Foundation center aims to connect materials data science research to industry
Case Western Reserve, University of Pittsburgh launch MDS-Rely Center to make industrial materials more reliable and develop skilled manufacturing workforce
- Jul. 19, 2021
Discover how Xusheng Xiao's NSF CAREER award will allow him to investigate how computer and mobile-device apps may use consumers’ sensitive personal data
- Jul. 19, 2021
CWRU scientist Julie Renner receives a five-year NSF CAREER award that will allow further investigation into fundamental properties and potential new uses for the protein elastin
- Jul. 14, 2021
Read more about Burcu Gurkan's NSF CAREER award for her research in capturing and converting carbon dioxide
- Apr. 20, 2021
Case Western Reserve awarded $3 million National Cancer Institute grant to apply AI to immunotherapy in lung cancer patients
Find out how scientists and medical researchers are using machine-learning to predict response to immunotherapy
- Mar. 22, 2021
Anirban Sen Gupta leads team to advance bioinspired nanotechnology to enhance blood clotting to stop severe traumatic bleeding
- Mar. 2, 2021
CWRU researchers discover biomarkers to identify lung cancer patients who could be made worse by same drugs that help many others
- Feb. 25, 2021
Artificial intelligence tool for reading MRI scans could transform prostate cancer surgery and treatment
CCIPD researchers have preliminarily validated an AI tool to predict how likely the disease is to recur following surgical treatment for prostate cancer
- Feb. 24, 2021
Both new patents are related to cancer treatment.
- Feb. 23, 2021
CWRU researchers who developed portable sensor to assess blood-clotting ability working with U.S. Navy for more rugged version of portable device
- Feb. 8, 2021
CWRU researchers using artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve ‘photovoltaic’ power plants as part of federal energy program
- Jan. 29, 2021
The award will support of her research in the field of sickle cell disease
- Jan. 29, 2021
The grant is from grant from the Center for Advancing Point of Care Technologies in Heart, Lung, Blood and Sleep Disorders
- Jan. 29, 2021
The Scialog: Negative Emissions Science (NES) Collaborative Award will fund a proposal developed by Gurkan and other early-career scientists.
- Jan. 13, 2021
Computational biologists at Boehringer Ingelheim will collaborate with researchers at CCIPD to develop AI technologies that span different modes and scales of data.
- Jan. 11, 2021
Gurkan discusses his research in micro technologies, the real challenges of international research and what many engineers forget: the human factor.
- Jan. 5, 2021
Researchers aim artificial intelligence at rising oral cancers with $3.3 million grant from National Cancer Institute
CWRU researchers part of global team using AI to help physicians customize treatments for patients with oral cancers
- Dec. 18, 2020
CCIPD researchers awarded two new patents.
- Dec. 18, 2020
Engineering’s Umut Gurkan and Cleveland Institute of Art’s Alexa Abounader win 2020 BioArt competition with biomedical illustration
The winning submission is focused on Gurkan’s research on sickle cell disease.
- Dec. 14, 2020
Case Coulter Translational Research Partnership awards $1.1 million in funding and support for promising biomedical engineering university technologies
The program provides direct funding and support services to help campus research teams advance products from their laboratories to the marketplace, where they can improve patient care.
- Nov. 16, 2020
A team of researchers led by CWRU will investigate ways to improve how common plastics are recycled with support from a $2.5M DOE grant
- Oct. 28, 2020
CWRU and UH researchers secure $4 Million in NCI funding to investigate relationships between HIV and lung cancer in East Africa
Researchers with Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center (UHCMC) have secured $4 million in funding
- Oct. 22, 2020
$3.1 million grant from the Cleveland Foundation will support engaging with industry and community
- Oct. 9, 2020
The diagnostic platform, which is based on technologies licensed from CWRU, was awarded third prize and $100,000.
- Oct. 5, 2020
Researchers to begin training computers to glean from pathology images which patients will accept, reject heart transplant
- Sep. 30, 2020
CWRU team working toward first augmented-reality heart catheterization, ablation while patient is inside an MRI