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Next week marks a very important step in IU School of Medicine’s “Stairway to Accreditation.” As we prepare for the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) survey team to visit our campuses in March of 2025, now is a time for looking inward to see how well we are meeting our mission.
Seven members of the Department of Neurological Surgery at IU School of Medicine made the trip in partnership with AMPATH to provide neurological care, training and support to physicians and residents at Moi University in Eldoret, Kenya.
In recognition of Brain Tumor Awareness Month, four IU School of Medicine brain tumor specialists hosted “Go Gray in May,” a virtual question and answer session for brain tumor patients and their caregivers.
The IU School of Medicine Department of Neurological Surgerycontinues to the broaden its scope in providing world-class clinical care and research with the addition of three new neurosurgeon-scientists who bring a wealth of specialized training to the Department and the citizens of Indiana and the region.
The IU School of Medicine Department of Neurological Surgery is welcoming a new faculty member whose advanced training in spine care will add clinical expertise to the department’s team of dedicated spine surgeons.
Presenting research at medical conferences is an important milestone during residency programs, and for residents in the IU School of Medicine Department of Neurological Surgery, the recent 5th Annual Resident Quality and Patient Safety Day proved a banner day for sharing their hard work.