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With more than 60 academic departments and specialty divisions across nine campuses and strong clinical partnerships with Indiana’s most advanced hospitals and physician networks, Indiana University School of Medicine is continuously advancing its mission to prepare healers and transform health in Indiana and throughout the world.
Indiana University School of Medicine–Evansville student Emily Iannopollo, Class of 2023, is the first student at her campus to complete the MedSTAR fellowship. The research that was conducted during her fellowship culminated in her authoring a paper published in a respected medical journal with findings from her work in the field of Alzheimer’s disease.
Matthew Holley, PhD, assistant professor of clinical family medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine, has been named associate director for the Academy of Teaching Scholars, with a focus on inclusive teaching practices.
Afghanistan is a landlocked south-central Asian country bordering Iran, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. It is a multi-ethnic society, containing diverse ethnic, linguistic and tribal groups. The government is an Islamic Republic and Islamic values, concepts and practices inform many social and behavioral norms throughout society.
The Department of Mental Health Services is excited to announce the launch of our newly revamped website. Redesigned to improve user experience and make relevant information more accessible, the new layout delivers quick links to learner resources, like our new Learner Portal, campus specific mental health resources, and crisis contacts.
Fourteen medical students are experiencing medical innovation first-hand as they work alongside several orthopaedic faculty members and conduct research as part of the Indiana University Medical Student Program for Research and Scholarship.
2021 marked the fourth year of the LGBTQ+ Health Care Conference sponsored by IU School of Medicine. It was developed to address the growing need for LGBTQ+ health-related education in Indiana. The conference, held annually in late March, has grown since it was first held in 2017 as a one-day event. It now spans two days covering medical, behavioral health and community-oriented topics.