The announcement was made on the College Sports Information Directors of America website. Kornblatt, who boasted 4.0 GPA as an undergraduate, wrestled at 174 pounds. Read more
Cystic fibrosis patients with methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in their respiratory tract have worse survival rates than those without the drug-resistant bacteria, researchers have found, report Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and University Hospitals Case Medical Center in Cleveland, and colleagues.
Two Latina mothers are heroes in a new comic book, says Jill Kilanowski, assistant professor at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University
Leaded gasoline is to be blamed for nearly two-thirds of toxic lead ingested or inhaled by African-American children in Cleveland during the latter two-thirds of the 20th century, says a new study. According to researchers from Case Western Reserve University, their findings probably apply to many cities across the U.S. and reinforce concerns about the health threat for children in countries still using leaded gasoline.
BioTime Inc. set up a subsidiary to study stem cell technology as a treatment for osteoarthritis and other musculoskeletal disorders. This new subsidiary, called OrthoCyte Corp., was formed around research done by Arnold Caplan, a biology professor at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. Caplan will be OrthoCyte's chief scientific officer on a part time basis while keeping his faculty job.
While the world is paying attention to South Africa for the FIFA World Cup Soccer/Fútbol Tournaments, Cleveland opened its doors to artists from Western Africa, the Caribbean as well as other international, national and local artists for its 21st annual Parade the Circle and Circle Village. Yenan Zhu, sophomore biology major at Case Western Reserve University, was also seeing the parade for the first time and comments in the story.
A longtime Burnsville teacher known to her students as "Huggy" leads some of her brightest scholars each year to an international science competition. Among her students is Charlie Schiappacasse, who will enroll at Case Western Reserve University.
To compete in a global economy, some school districts are offering engineering lessons to students in kindergarten.