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Alyssa joined the Office of Strategic Communications in 2019 as the digital content manager. She recently moved back to Indiana after 8 years in Utah, where she told stories about research, education and clinical care at Huntsman Cancer Institute and the University of Utah.
Five students from IU School of Medicine were recognized among the IUPUI Elite 50, an honor for graduate and professional students who demonstrate excellence in areas such as campus leadership, scholarly work, and community engagement.
Welcome, Class of 2023! By now, you have your first month of medical school under your belts. Hopefully, you’re feeling settled into new classes, new routines, and new campuses. Time to take a moment to breathe. While you’re at it, take a moment to hear from some students who were recently in your shoes. These […]
Updated October 2019 In memory of Pam Perry. When breast cancer spreads, it often lands in bones, typically the ribs or hips. In Pam Perry’s case, it went to her skull. Pam was diagnosed with estrogen positive breast cancer in 2008. She had a mastectomy and reconstruction surgery, and hormone therapy. For four years, that […]
When Tatum Parker was about to turn 6, she woke up in the night with terrible pain in her leg. Her parents took her to the emergency department, but rather than a broken leg or injury, Tatum had a large tumor on her right femur. Her pediatrician immediately recommended Riley Hospital for Children at IU […]