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As a communications coordinator with the Office of Strategic Communications, Christina develops and implements strategic communications plans and projects for internal and external audiences. Before joining IU School of Medicine, Christina worked as an a...
In her spare time, medical student Nimisha Kumar enjoys different hobbies like weaving, sewing and painting. Working with her hands has always been something she enjoys, but it took her a few years of medical school at Indiana University School of Medicine to realize that’s also what she wanted to do as a doctor.
As a chief resident at Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Urology, Isamu Tachibana, MD is looking forward to finishing his residency training in the spring of 2021. But like many other residents, he’s choosing to continue his training with a urologic oncology fellowship here at IU School of Medicine.
Indiana University School of Medicine faculty are working to help reduce cases of sudden unexpected infant death syndrome (SUIDs) by spending time with fathers, helping them learn about creating safe sleeping environments.
As the only fellowship-trained academic urologist specializing in male sexual and reproductive medicine in the state of Indiana, Helen L. Bernie, DO, MPH sees hundreds of patients struggling with sexual health issues.
COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, slowing down everyday life for many people. But researchers are moving quickly to learn the best ways to diagnose, treat and stop the virus from spreading.
Faculty in the Department of Urology are using new technology to continue educating residents during the COVID-19 pandemic, and will continue virtual lectures to benefit even more health care professionals in the future.
As the coronavirus continues to spread, OB-GYNs are learning more about how it affects pregnant women. Faculty at IU School of Medicine share the most important things pregnant women should know right now about this dangerous virus.