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Marco Gutierrez is a communications coordinator for the Indiana University School of Medicine, where he supports the Department of Surgery and the Office of Strategic Communications. Before joining the Office of Strategic Communications, Marco worked for...
Researchers at the Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering at Indiana University School of Medicine are looking to recover muscle tissue and function that has been lost due to trauma and help return muscle function back to normal.
The Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering at Indiana University School of Medicine has been awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health through a diabetic foot consortium. This grant will help fund a research study about trans-epidermal water loss as a biomarker in wound healing outcomes.
Lava R. Timsina, PhD, MPH, joined Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Surgery in 2017 as a Research Data Analyst for the Center for Outcomes Research in Surgery (CORES) after completing his PhD in Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky. In 2018, he was named an Assistant Professor of Surgery and an Associate Director for CORES. Timsina is part of a research team that works closely with surgical faculty on projects that require in-depth analysis of clinical data.
Chandan K. Sen, PhD, wears many hats throughout the Indiana University system. At IU School of Medicine, he is the J. Stanley Battersby Chair Professor of Surgery. He serves as Associate Dean of Research and is the Director of the Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering. At IU, Sen serves as Associate Vice President of Research, and at IU Health is the Executive Director of the Comprehensive Wound Center.
Clark J. Simons, MD, associate professor of clinical surgery works with community organizations focused on at-risk youth, violence prevention and medical students who are minorities. With such a strong commitment to support underrepresented minorities, we sat down with Simons to discuss why he gives so much back to the community and his hopes for the future.
Indiana University School of Medicine is working to combat the growing need for cardiac surgeons in Indiana and across the United States. The thoracic surgery residency program is getting young surgeons ready for careers in this demanding field.