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Researchers secure grant to better understand barriers to cancer survivorship for adolescents and young adults

A team of researchers at IU School of Medicine have received $100,000 in pilot funding to research how best to deliver cancer survivorship healthcare to adolescents and young adults in southwest Indiana.

Anna Carrera  |  Nov 03, 2022

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Women in Leadership, Brownsyne Tucker Edmonds

Tucker Edmonds takes on systemic issues impacting health equity

Brownsyne Tucker Edmonds, MD, MPH, MS, recently stepped into a schoolwide leadership role as IU School of Medicine’s first associate dean for health equity research,

Laura Gates  |  Oct 28, 2022

Governor's Public Health Commission members

IU-trained physicians lead public health improvements across Indiana

Many IU School of Medicine alumni are working to improve public health in Indiana by serving as local health officers and contributing to the Governor’s

Laura Gates  |  Sep 06, 2022

Psychiatry faculty receive $2 million to increase treatment for children and families with traumatic stress

Psychiatry faculty receive $2 million to increase treatment for children and families with traumatic stress

Glenda Shaw  |  Aug 15, 2022

Ken Mackie and Feng Guo

Addressing the opioid crisis: Wearable overdose detection and treatment patch may save lives

Opioid overdose is at a crisis level in Indiana and nationally. Thousands of lives could be saved by a wearable patch device being developed by

Laura Gates  |  Aug 08, 2022

Ultrasound: Using sound to capture a moment

In medicine, there are countless ways for physicians to examine and understand a patient’s health care—from basic questions about their medical history to exploratory surgery.

Sonder Collins  |  Jul 19, 2022

Adeyinka Akinsanya chats with the teenager standing opposite him and explaining slides he’d slipped under a microscope setup between them.

Diagnostic event helps dozens

Members of the IU School of Medicine community offered up their patient care and pathology skills at the annual See, Test and Treat event, hosted

Caitlin VanOverberghe  |  Jun 17, 2022

A display table with various educational materials at a past See, Test and Treat event

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
a student waves a rainbow flag at the pride parade in 2019

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