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4 Residents join Department of Otolaryngology

The Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery at Indiana University School of Medicine welcomed four residents this academic year, furthering the growth of the program.

Ben Middelkamp  |  Aug 31, 2022

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Angela Amaniampong and Ruby Benn

Health disparity research award honors legacy of Chaniece Wallace, MD

Angela Amaniampong, DO, and Ruby Benn, MD, carry mentor's legacy forward as 2022 recipients of the Dr. Chaniece Wallace Health Care Disparity Research Award.

Laura Gates  |  Jun 27, 2022

Sarah Merrill with husband Jason and their children

NEVER TOO LATE

A mom of nine children, ages 8 to 20, Sarah Merrill earned her MD from Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine in Phoenix and is

Laura Gates  |  Jun 22, 2022

Kristin Fauntleroy-Love gives acceptance speech at Galentine's Day Gala

Resilient IU medical resident a fierce advocate for equity and inclusion

Neurodevelopmental disabilities resident Kristin Fauntleroy-Love, MBBS, MHA, is an advocate for minority patients and patients with disabilities. She shares the challenges she's overcome while pursuing

Laura Gates  |  May 18, 2022

Family medicine residents

Family Medicine residents redeployed to IU Health Methodist Hospital COVID units

Nearly 40 percent of IU’s family medicine residents have been redeployed to COVID units at Methodist Hospital as case numbers surge from the omicron variant.

Laura Gates  |  Jan 14, 2022

Meet the 2021 Otolaryngology Fellows

The department’s fellowships are designed to prepare trainees for a career in academic medicine. Outside of clinical duties at multiple IU Health locations across Indianapolis,

Ben Middelkamp  |  Oct 06, 2021

Meet the new Otolaryngology residents

With the COVID-19 pandemic halting in-person interviews, this year’s residency season was unlike any other. However, the four newly matched medical students say the tight-knit

Ben Middelkamp  |  May 03, 2021

a gentle hand is placed on a patient during a visit in the clinic

The Little Things

An unassuming well-woman visit with a Spanish-speaking patient turned out to be the one of the most profound illustrations of the importance of communication for

Meera Iyengar, MD  |  Oct 30, 2020

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry PGY 5: A Day in the Life with You Na Kheir

As a second-year Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellow (PGY5), my weeks are filled with various outpatient clinics and therapy sessions as well as opportunities for
Image of Sara Culleton, MD, PhD with quote caption "I’m grateful for the department’s flexibility and support in letting me take two months off, and making  up clinical time afterward in the  form of my choosing." Experience as a PGY-4

Psychiatry PGY-4: A Day in the Life with Sara Culleton

My 4th year of residency has started a bit differently: for the last several weeks, I have been on maternity leave! I’m grateful for the