IU School of Medicine researchers bring in record amount of grants in fiscal year 2015
Bucking a national trend of tight resources for biomedical research, Indiana University School of Medicine scientists brought a record $302.3 million in research grants and awards to the school in fiscal year 2015, a 17 percent increase over 2014. Read more.
What Brought You Here?
We've updated our "26 Answers to One Question" brochure, in which some of our newer faculty members tell why they chose to come to the IU School of Medicine. Get it here.
From the lab
Medicine used to treat ADHD may also help patients with post-traumatic stress disorder
A drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder may be a significantly better treatment alternative for post-traumatic stress disorder than current therapies, according to new research. Read more at the IUSM Newsroom.
IUSM leads 4-year, $46 million federal program to improve health outcomes
The Indiana University School of Medicine will lead a four-year, $46.4 million federally-funded project to support 11,500 physicians, advance practice providers and clinical pharmacists in Indiana, Illinois and Michigan to facilitate the transformation of their practices in providing the triple aim of better health and better care at lower costs. Read more.