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Study: Treating preexisting high blood pressure in pregnancy improves maternal and fetal outcomes

A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine – and co-authored by a faculty member in the Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology – found that treating mild chronic hypertension during pregnancy can benefit both the parent and the child.

IU School of Medicine  |  Apr 07, 2022

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Pediatric researchers urge families to vaccinate kids against COVID-19 now

Three pediatric researchers, including one from IU School of Medicine, are encouraging parents to get their children vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as possible. The

Anna Carrera  |  Mar 29, 2022

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IU Nephrologist named to IBJ's 'Forty Under 40'

Dr. Kenneth Lim, a physician-scientist, nephrologist and serial entrepreneur with a rapidly growing national and global reputation, has been named to the Indianapolis Business Journal’s

Laura Gates  |  Mar 21, 2022

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Global Health Residents Seek to Eliminate Health Disparities in the US and Internationally

The newest cohort of Indiana University School of Medicine residents selected for the Interdepartmental Global Health Residency Track brings an array of life experiences and

Debbie Ungar  |  Mar 20, 2022

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Students Selected for AMPATH Kenya Scholars Program

Three IU School of Medicine students selected as Slemenda Scholars will spend the summer working alongside Kenyan medical students as part of the AMPATH partnership.

Debbie Ungar  |  Mar 20, 2022

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IU's Michael Davis cooperates with government, global health leaders to curb COVID cases in Liberia

During Liberia's recent COVID-19 surge, Michael D. Davis, PhD, assistant research professor at IU School of Medicine, served as consultant to the Minister of Health,

Laura Gates  |  Feb 09, 2022

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Spirituality in Medicine | Judaism

Many healthcare practices employ an interdisciplinary care team to provide holistic care for their patients. As a member of one of these teams, Rabbi Justin

Jordan Lapsley  |  Dec 20, 2021

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Global Health Leaders Inspire Slemenda Scholar

Neal Patel is a second year medical student at IU School of Medicine. He was one of three students selected by the IU Center for

Debbie Ungar  |  Sep 10, 2021