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Case Western Reserve University and UH researchers awarded major federal grant to study esophagus cancers
Researchers receive $11.2 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to learn about causes and treatments of esophagus cancers.
The Oxford-Harrington Rare Disease Centre Launches Pioneering Therapeutics Accelerator to Advance Innovative Treatments for Rare Diseases
The Therapeutics Accelerator (the ‘Accelerator’) will identify, fund and advance innovative projects from academic partners in the U.K. and U.S. with the goal to deliver 40 new potentially life-changing therapies for rare diseases into clinical...
University Hospitals Researcher Receives NIH Award to Study Real-World Effectiveness of Music Therapy in Medical Care
CLEVELAND – A researcher with University Hospitals (UH) Connor Whole Health has received a fellowship award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study the impact of music therapy on patients in the hospital. Sam Rodgers-Melnick, MPH,...
UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute becomes the first in the U.S. to adopt imaging technology that will significantly decrease cardiovascular mortality.
ROTTERDAM the Netherlands - In recent years, many new devices have come on the market to treat an aneurysm in the brain: a bulge of a blood vessel. Neurosurgeon Victor Volovici of Erasmus MC, University Medical Center Rotterdam the Netherlands,...
UH Research Team Able to Tap Department of Homeland Security Startup Resources Following Successful Accelerator
As a result of its success in the HSSS program, the UH HAADS team will have full access to the DHS S&T-sponsored alumni support program.
Case Western Reserve-based medical research collaborative awarded $56.3M federal grant to improve region’s health
Renamed Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative of Northern Ohio to reflect even broader reach with addition of two partner institution
New study published in JMIR Human Factors describes quality improvement initiative conducted between July and December 2020.