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Free diagnostic event returns

See, Test and Treat event will return to Indianapolis to provide essential medical services to dozens of patients, free of charge, with grant funding from the College of American Pathologists (CAP) Foundation.

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Pride Month: Why IU School of Medicine marches in the Indy Pride Parade

The Indy Pride Festival kicks off June 11 with the Indy Pride Parade, and an enthusiastic delegation from Indiana University School of Medicine will be

IU School of Medicine  |  May 27, 2022

Brain Tumor Specialists Host Q&A Session for Patients and Caregivers

In recognition of Brain Tumor Awareness Month, four IU School of Medicine brain tumor specialists hosted “Go Gray in May,” a virtual question and answer

Glenda Shaw  |  May 25, 2022

Mini Med School

Local high-schoolers experience ‘mini’ medical school with fourth-year students

Members of the Indiana University School of Medicine Alpha Omega Alpha Society and the Faculty Community Relations Committee recently hosted a Mini-Medical School event on

Christina Griffiths  |  Apr 27, 2022


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

IU School of Medicine  |  Apr 07, 2022

Arrizabalaga and Henderson

Advance your career in academic medicine with PLUS

The Program to Launch Underrepresented in Medicine Success (PLUS) at Indiana University School of Medicine is designed to support the career development of faculty who

Jordan Lapsley  |  Mar 30, 2022

child vaccine

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

Lana Dbeibo

IU’s Dbeibo named to IBJ’s ‘Forty Under 40’

Lana Dbeibo, MD, is being honored among the Indianapolis Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40” for her key role in keeping IU and IU Health operating

Laura Gates  |  Mar 18, 2022

Graphic shows all birth control forms available in the PATH4YOU program

A path for all: Program offers free birth control, aims to reduce infant mortality

PATH4YOU aims to provide all people in Indiana with high-quality, non-coercive, patient-centered, comprehensive access to contraception. This includes all birth control options—from natural family planning

Caitlin VanOverberghe  |  Mar 04, 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