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Madison Pershing

Madison Pershing is a Marketing and Communications Assistant for Indiana University School of Medicine’s Faculty Affairs, Professional Development, and Diversity.

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Top 3 reasons to explore a career in academic medicine

As a Latino immigrant and member of the LGBTQ community, Alvaro Tori, MD, associate dean for Diversity Affairs, is determined to increase diversity in the academic physician workforce—a core value and driver of IU School of Medicine’s institutional excellence—through the Academic Medicine Career Development Conference on Wednesday, August 26, 2020.

Madison Pershing  |  Aug 17, 2020

Christian C. Strachan, MD, announced as 2020-21 Evans Fellow

Christian C. Strachan, MD, assistant professor of clinical emergency medicine, has been selected by Indiana University School of Medicine, IU Health and IU Health Physicians to be the recipient of the 2020-21 Evans Fellow in Health Care Leadership. 

Madison Pershing  |  Jul 17, 2020

First residents complete LGBTQ+ health track

Kazia Parsons, MD and Logan Guckien, MD are the first residents to complete the LGBTQ+ Health track in the Family Medicine Residency Program.

Madison Pershing  |  Jun 26, 2020

Fathers in medicine share advice on how to be a great parent and physician

We asked fathers at IU School of Medicine to reflect on being fathers and physicians and share their advice on how to be great at both.

Madison Pershing  |  Jun 17, 2020

From India to Indiana, Poonam Khurana, MD, FAAP shares her experience as a leader on the Asian Pacific American Faculty and Staff Council

Poonam Khurana, MD, is a leader with the Asian Pacific American Faculty and Staff Council, which supports educational, professional, social and cultural opportunities for faculty and staff members who identify as Asian-Americans.

Madison Pershing  |  May 29, 2020

J. Matthew Neal, MD, Elected Master of the American College of Physicians

Matthew Neal, MD, assistant dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development at IU School of Medicine, will receive a Mastership from the American College of Physicians.

Madison Pershing  |  Apr 07, 2020

Overcoming the odds and achieving her dream

“Never be afraid to be the first. Know your dream, and do everything you can to achieve it.” These are the passionate words spoken by Patricia Treadwell, MD, professor emeritus of pediatrics and the first African American woman to become a full-time professor at Indiana University School of Medicine. Her dream of becoming a physician […]

Madison Pershing  |  Feb 25, 2020

IU School of Medicine – Muncie and Ball State University engage medical students through clinical physiology partnership 

IU School of Medicine – Muncie has piloted an innovative program aimed at improving medical student physical fitness and well-being while teaching the health benefits of exercise. Medical students are enrolled in Ball State University’s Clinical Exercise Physiology Laboratory and undergo a comprehensive physical fitness assessment including blood lipid profiles, pulmonary function testing, and a […]

Madison Pershing  |  Jan 30, 2020

Michael McGee, MD and Reuben Rutland, MD, founders of POP on Youth Violence, inspire students to become leaders of change

IU School of Medicine Northwest-Gary faculty Michael McGee, MD, chief of emergency medicine at Methodist, and Reuben Rutland, MD, chief of trauma surgery at Methodist, aren’t just working to treat injuries, but to prevent them in their hometown community of Gary, Indiana. In addition to their roles at Methodist, McGee and Rutland also serve their community as clinical […]

Madison Pershing  |  Jan 30, 2020

Advocating for ability rights: Angela Tomlin, PhD, and Stephan Viehweg, MSW, speak about their work

Angela Tomlin, PhD, and Stephan Viehweg, MSW, are motivated to transform health care access for people with disabilities. Both nationally and internationally renowned for their impact on health disparities, Tomlin and Viehweg work with patients and advocates to positively change health care. For Tomlin, growing up with a paternal uncle who had severe intellectual disabilities […]

Madison Pershing  |  Jan 07, 2020