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IU School of Medicine Medical Student Education is now accepting applications for assistant dean for curriculum, Phase 2. The assistant dean is responsible for leadership and oversight of ongoing clinical science curricular design, implementation, management and supervision of program and course evaluation and assessment of student learning outcomes for the statewide, integrated and competency-based curriculum in Phase 2 of the curriculum, consisting of the required clinical clerkships.
Bleeding out is the most common cause of preventable death after injury. We are participating in an international study to see if a blood clotting drug, given soon after arrival in the emergency department, can improve survival.
The Center for Medical Genomics at Indiana University School of Medicine has recently added the 10x Genomics Xenium to their fleet of instruments to support medical researchers. Xenium is a new instrument, recently launched by 10x Genomics, that enables transcriptomic analysis at a subcellular level while maintaining spatial context, opening major pathways in disease treatment and biomarker identification.
The Primary Care Reaffirmation for Indiana Medical Education (PRIME) and the Indiana Primary Care Advancement in Clinical Training (INPACT) grants are funded through the Health Resources & Services Administration and housed in the IU School of Medicine Office of Medical Student Education.
Clinical Investigators from the Krannert Cardiovascular Research Center at the Indiana University School of Medicine will present an introduction into a groundbreaking classification by the Canadian Cardiovascular Society regarding acute myocardial infarction during Vascular 2023 at 8:30 am EDT, Sunday, Oct. 29, at the Palais, 518 ABC, in Montréal, Canada. KCVRC Executive Director Rohan Dharmakumar, MS, PhD, is co-chairing the session and speaking on the CCS-AMI along with cardiologist, Keyur Vora, MD, MS, FACC, assistant research professor of medicine at the IU School of Medicine, who will present on CCS-AMI clinical case series.