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Sara Buckallew

Communications Coordinator

Sara Buckallew works in the Dean's Office of Strategic Communications. As a communications coordinator, Sara supports internal and external communication needs for the Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research and the Center for Diabetes and Metabolic...

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The nose knows: Loss of smell linked to COVID-19

An Indiana University scientist discusses the loss of smell related to COVID-19 and a research project that's helping patients connect.

Sara Buckallew  |  May 22, 2020

Life in the lab during COVID-19

Research analyst and lab manager Katrina Co talks about life in the lab during research hibernation at Indiana University School of Medicine during COVID-19.

Sara Buckallew  |  Apr 20, 2020

Thank you, grad students: An open letter from the Wells Center

Investigators at the Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research recognize and thank their graduate students.

Sara Buckallew  |  Apr 09, 2020

Trio tackles leukemia

Whether finding new targets or discovering better therapies,  three investigators are working to tackle the most common type of pediatric cancer.

Sara Buckallew  |  Mar 25, 2020

Science and stanzas: IU researcher honors life’s little moments in poetry

You may not expect a poetry reading at a meeting full of scientists, but that’s what happened at this year’s annual American Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) conference. There, Indiana University School of Medicine’s Chandy John, MD, delivered an address that did more than recap the accomplishments of his tenure as the organization’s […]

Sara Buckallew  |  Dec 20, 2019

Experts answer the internet's most searched questions about Type 1 diabetes

Jamie Felton, MD; Heba Ismail, MD; and Jason Spaeth, PhD, all study and live with Type 1 diabetes. As experts on the topic, they’ve sat down to answer some of the internet’s most searched questions about Type 1 diabetes: Video transcript: JF: Sorry. [ragtime piano music] JF: Hi, I’m Jamie Felton. JS: I’m Jason Spaeth. […]

Sara Buckallew  |  Nov 14, 2019

Wells Center recognizes scientists with Translational Awards

Four scientists at the Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research received Translational Awards from the center to help fund their promising projects. Impact of tau-mediated acute brain injury on long-term neurocognitive impairment in severe malaria Dibya Datta, PhD, assistant research professor of pediatrics and member of the Infectious Diseases and Global Health research group […]

Sara Buckallew  |  Oct 15, 2019

New director has mind for science, heart for learning

Carmella Evans-Molina, MD, PhD, isn’t kidding when she calls herself a “lifelong learner.” For Evans-Molina, the newly appointed director of the Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases (CDMD), this pursuit of knowledge has held true in 2019 with an ambitious New Year’s resolution: learning to play piano. “I wanted to challenge myself to do something […]

Sara Buckallew  |  Oct 09, 2019

Researchers bring big ideas to national conference

More than 15,000 scientists and health care professionals gathered at the American Diabetes Association’s 79th Scientific Sessions in San Francisco earlier this month. Among them, investigators from the Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases (CDMD) shared novel data with the worldwide scientific community from basic, translational and clinical studies conducted recently at Indiana University School […]

Sara Buckallew  |  Jul 01, 2019

A tough nut to crack: Researchers study ways to prevent peanut allergy

Found in everything from crackers and cookies to savory sauces, the peanut is one of America’s favorite foods. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most pervasive and life-threatening allergens, affecting millions of people around the world. While epinephrine and other antihistamines are common treatments for allergic reactions, there are no medications that prevent the potentially […]

Sara Buckallew  |  May 29, 2019