CLEVELAND - Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland has landed a nearly $65 million federal grant to speed up the development of promising medical breakthroughs.
Case announced the grant Friday and says it underscores strong collaboration with research institutions including the Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals Case Medical Center.
The National Institutes of Health awarded the grant, formally known as a Clinical and Translational Science Award. It's meant to speed up top laboratory breakthroughs for use in hospitals, clinics and medical offices.
The program has 61 research alliances across the country. The Cleveland alliance has worked on obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure.
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