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Winnings lead to work on a prototype for new chronic wound bandage

New chronic wound care is receiving a boost as the result of the annual Health Make-A-Thon competition. A Carle physician, a professor at the Carle Illinois College of Medicine and university students teamed up on the proposal.

Carle employees among finalists competing in Spring 2021 Health Make-A-Thon

Innovators prepare to go into the “dolphin tank” on April 17 for a chance at $10,000 in resources to make their dream a reality.

New, cutting-edge MRI technology offers opportunities for Carle Illinois College of Medicine

Students at Carle Illinois College of Medicine are afforded valuable learning experiences through the 7 Tesla (7T) MRI scanner.

Bioengineer and Medical Doctor Team Up on Research to Better Manage Cancer

Oncology and bioengineering join forces on research to help colon cancer patients make decisions on treatment and survival.

Carle welcomes elite team to drive 7 Tesla research

What if a clearer, more defined picture could lead to a longer, happier life? A new team of Carle researchers are looking for that answer in their 7 Tesla research.

Carle Illinois Clinic treats patients, offers medical students early learning opportunities

A collaboration between Carle and the University of Illinois provides medical students with clinical experience early in medical school training.

Research focuses on trust, engagement

Seeing life from the viewpoint of rural elderly is at the heart of research by Carle’s Stephens Family Clinical Institute and the Siebel Center for Design at the University of Illinois.

High-powered magnet’s arrival brings Carle and the University closer to groundbreaking research

Partners equally await the arrival of the Siemens Terra 7 Tesla (7T) MRI on Sept. 10 in Urbana to expand decades-long research and clinical partnership to benefit patients and the community.

Carle Illinois students design COVI-Pod to address PPE shortages

Six classmates set out to tackle the global shortage of PPE. A weekend-long event, the group worked around the clock to design their solution.

Carle community among Health Maker Lab finalists

Twenty innovative finalists from across the state of Illinois will pitch their ideas to improve human health. You can cheer them on as they do.

Study: Healthy diet may avert nutritional problems in head, neck cancer patients

Eating foods high in antioxidants and other micronutrients prior to diagnosis may help patients in the long run.

Partnership reveals better outcomes for patients with revolutionary treatment

Carle and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign collaborative engineering and medicine team publishes innovative study.

New research collaborations will alter tomorrow's standard of care

Carle’s Stephens Family Clinical Research Institute connects with Cancer Center at Illinois to establish new possibilities for cancer patients.

Miranpuri, Mostafa help patients with complex vascular needs

More important than leading-edge tools is the Carle Neuroscience Institute collaborative approach to diagnosis and treatment.

Tanner's tale: Epilepsy, autism and a team that won't quit

Carle Foundation Hospital achieved Level 3 Epilepsy Center accreditation from the National Association of Epilepsy Centers.

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