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Orientation 2022: Get to Know Your Lead Advisors

Lead Advisors serve as medical students’ primary advising contact at IU School of Medicine through all four years of medical school. Get to know the lead advisors on your campus.


Megan Stephens  |  May 04, 2022

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2022 Wellness Coalition at IU School of Medicine: Introduction and Updates

The IU School of Medicine Wellness Coalition started in the Fall of 2018. The group brought together existing student organizations who focused on student wellness.

Kristen Heath  |  Apr 29, 2022

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Experience an empowering space for LGBTQ+ STEM students with Graduate Out in STEM

Cultivating environments and communities that nurture innovation, leadership and advocacy is the mission of Out in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (oSTEM) Incorporated, a national

Jordan Lapsley  |  Aug 12, 2021

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"Ask Me Anything" Office Hours

Ask Me Anything is an open, dedicated time to ask questions and provide feedback on diversity initiatives and programs to school leaders in Faculty Affairs,

IU School of Medicine  |  Jul 24, 2020

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What is Emotional Well-being in the time of COVID-19? How do you find it?

Feel the emotions. Recognize them. Give them their time and space, but emotions must eventually move. Then focus on the present, not when clerkships will

Kristen Heath  |  Apr 13, 2020

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The ABIM Research Pathway: Fast-Tracking Residency to Become a Physician Scientist

The Korolev Crater on Mars. This picture from the ESA Mars Express mission shows there was a 2018 White Christmas somewhere in the solar system.

Stefan Tarnawsky  |  Dec 30, 2018


Participate in a Voluntary Study on Clinical Decision-Making for Pain Management

Study Announcement: Pain Appraisals of Children with Chronic Abdominal Pain: An Eye-tracking Study Investigators at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) are conducting a study on

IU School of Medicine  |  Jul 06, 2018

Sub-I: Sweat the Small Stuff

It’s midnight on my first Medicine Sub-I call shift. My new admit has longstanding hypertension and diabetes. He is weak, swollen and has had difficulty

Stefan Tarnawsky  |  May 18, 2018


Where in the World Does Your Money Go?

I conduct financial literacy workshops at several undergraduate summer programs annually throughout the country and one of the key exercises I have students do is

Jose Espada  |  Oct 17, 2017


The Greatest

Leading up to and all throughout interview season, I often get questions asking: How do I figure out what the “best” residency program is? Is

Michael McKenna  |  Feb 02, 2017