This nerve-blocking treatment could treat asthma and heart failure

Electrical nerve-blocking implants could help treat asthma and heart failure, according to new research from Case Western Reserve University. Niloy Bhadra and Kevin Kilgore, professors of biomedical engineering and orthopedic surgery respectively, have been working on the nerve-blocking research since 2000. The research blocks unwanted generation of nerve impulses in a variety of clinical applications.

Sensors to wearables to health monitoring – Case Western Reserve offers two day graduate class

Case Western Reserve University is offering a two day graduate course in Digital Mobile Health at their San Diego school of engineering. This short course is adapted from Case’s Wireless Health and Wearables Master’s and Graduate Certificate program and features lectures on sensors, wearables and wireless health. The course will be taught by Mehran Mehregany,