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Ben Middelkamp

Ben Middelkamp is a communications coordinator for Indiana University School of Medicine, where he supports Stark Neurosciences Research Institute and the Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery. Before joining the Office of Strategic Communications in December 2019, Ben spent nearly six years as a newspaper reporter in two Indiana cities. Having earned a bachelor’s degree in Convergent Journalism from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2014, Ben enjoys translating his background in journalism to the communications and marketing needs of the school and its physicians and researchers.

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Department of Otolaryngology continues to expand

Two new faculty physicians have recently come aboard the fast-growing Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery at Indiana University School of Medicine.

Ben Middelkamp  |  Oct 14, 2020

Alzheimer's Breakthrough Ride, led by IU School of Medicine researcher, marks 10-year anniversary

Bruce Lamb, PhD, executive director of Stark Neurosciences Research Institute at IU School of Medicine, spearheaded a cross-country bike ride to promote awareness of Alzheimer's disease and the need for research funding in 2010.

Ben Middelkamp  |  Sep 18, 2020

IU scientists compile review of inner ear, stem cell research

A group of researchers from Indiana University School of Medicine—who themselves have helped advance the understanding between pluripotent stem cells and inner ear research—have compiled a comprehensive review of how scientists have used stem cells to model and target inner ear disorders, providing an insight into its history and potential future therapies.

Ben Middelkamp  |  Aug 10, 2020

Otolaryngology specialists adjust to virtual visits

Physicians from the Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery at Indiana University School of Medicine have been conducting visits virtually since the end of March, and they say the change has not only benefited patients but the future of telehealth for the team.

Ben Middelkamp  |  Jun 02, 2020

ENT department strengthens AMPATH partnership

The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery built upon a long-standing collaboration between the department and AMPATH—a partnership between Moi University (MU), Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) and the AMPATH Consortium of North American universities, led by Indiana University.

Ben Middelkamp  |  May 29, 2020

MD students, faculty partner on COVID-19 course

A new course on COVID-19 developed by medical students and faculty will likely be the largest COVID-19-related course in the country.

Ben Middelkamp  |  May 01, 2020

IU researchers partner with IU Health on PPE donations

With all in-person research activities at IU School of Medicine limited to essential research, many laboratories don’t need as many materials as usual, presenting an opportunity for researchers to assist front-line health care workers by donating PPE items.

Ben Middelkamp  |  Apr 21, 2020

Trio of residents join Department of Otolaryngology

Meet the medical students who recently matched with the Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery: Jaimin Patel, Cole Rodman and Elizabeth Shay.

Ben Middelkamp  |  Apr 01, 2020

Fellowship propels new Alzheimer's disease researchers

Hande Karahan, PhD, received the Sarah Roush Memorial Fellowship in Alzheimer’s Disease Research, which provides funding for researchers studying Alzheimer’s disease or other neurodegenerative illnesses. Karahan studies the functions of a gene associated with the disease.

Ben Middelkamp  |  Mar 30, 2020

New ENT chair has deep roots at IU School of Medicine

Growing up with parents as physicians, Jonathan Y. Ting, MD, MS, MBA, felt science and medicine in his blood. Months into his new role as chair of the Department of Otolaryngology, Ting says he’s not only grateful for an already rewarding career, but the opportunity to serve colleagues that share the same passion for excellence.

Ben Middelkamp  |  Mar 23, 2020