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Having joined IU School of Medicine in 2016, Em uses a poetry and theatre background to help bridge the academic world with the creative. A graduate of University of Evansville, he works with faculty and academic staff to formulate unique, marketing idea...
Yolanda Graham-Dotson and Matt Tharp were the first recipients of the John D. West Scholar Award, named after a colleague and friend who transformed countless lives and made all who knew him want to smile just as big.
For the first time, the United States is able to witness one of the first generations of publicly “out” LGBTQ+ elders. For decades, these individuals have experienced insurmountable stigma and hindrances in receiving fundamental rights. Many grew up before Stonewall or when it was still considered illegal to be gay. Some were activists in large cities as others lived quietly in small, rural towns; however, the amount of prejudice they all witnessed can still be felt rippling through time, not least of which when accessing care
While experts at Indiana University School of Medicine pursue research that could lead to effective treatment, the researchers at the Indiana Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center also aim to discover new methods for screening at-risk older adults for early symptoms of the disease.
Currently, Indiana ranks 48th in the U.S. in availability of child psychiatrists. The Indiana Behavioral Health Access Program for Youth gives local primary care providers guidance from psychiatric specialists to improve Hoosier families' access to pediatric behavioral health.
Second-year radiology resident Korbin Davis, MD, was recently diagnosed with COVID-19. He answered some questions about his experience with symptoms, quarantine and how to maintain emotional well-being during a pandemic.
A woman goes to the emergency room because she’s experiencing abdominal pain. She’s nervous and terrified. She doesn’t want to be there but understands the importance of seeking out care when able. A doctor arrives at her bedside to ask some routine questions. “Are you pregnant?” “No.” “Are you sure?” “Yes.” “Let’s do a pregnancy […]
The struggle against a devastating disease can have a profound impact on the lives of loved ones. Greg Sachs, MD, professor of medicine and neurology at Indiana University School of Medicine and an investigator in the Regenstrief Institute and IU Center for Aging Research, remembers the agony his maternal grandmother faced when her life was […]