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Pediatric Clinical Research Amidst COVID-19

Changes and obstacles in pediatric clinical research at Indiana University School of Medicine during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ashley Wilson  |  Jan 21, 2021

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IU researcher hopes you'll quit smoking

Tatsuyoshi Kono, PhD, has dedicated his research to understanding why people who smoke are at a higher risk for health issues. He hopes his most

Sara Buckallew  |  Dec 09, 2020

COVID-19: From the View of a Pediatric Endocrinologist

The pandemic through the eyes of Indiana University pediatric endocrinologist Anisha Gohil.

Ashley Wilson  |  Dec 07, 2020

Seethal Jacob, MD, with a sickle cell patient at Riley

IU School of Medicine psychologist studies injustice in treatment of youth with sickle cell disease

Amy Williams, PhD, is launching a two-year study to examine how ‘injustice appraisals’—a patient’s perception of injustice in their medical care—affects the physical symptoms and

Laura Gates  |  Nov 10, 2020

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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

Meera Iyengar, MD  |  Oct 30, 2020

Peds Endocrinology research team at Riley

Screening for Risk of Type 1 Diabetes: Steps Toward the Cure

Nearly 200,000 US children live with Type 1 diabetes.  Diabetes daily management requires regular blood sugar checks, monitored diets, and insulin therapy. Therapy costs and

Ashley Wilson  |  Oct 16, 2020

AMPATH Pediatric Team Leader Dr. Dan Guiles

Guiles Named New AMPATH Team Leader

The coronavirus pandemic currently prevents AMPATH’s North American faculty from travelling to Kenya, but new pediatric team leader Dan Guiles, MD, MPHTM, serves the IU

Debbie Ungar  |  Sep 18, 2020

Jamie Felton, MD, poses with the Naptown Run Club in downtown Indianapolis

Taking a chance on the unfamiliar: some thoughts from an Indiana transplant

Pediatric endocrinology physician-scientist Jamie Felton reflects on two years in Indiana

Masks and Social and Emotional Development

Wearing masks is an essential tool in the fight against COVID-19. Because children use facial expressions to understand and make decisions about how to act,

Ashley Wilson  |  Sep 15, 2020

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IU School of Medicine faculty helping fathers learn about safe sleep

Indiana University School of Medicine faculty are working to help reduce cases of sudden unexpected infant death syndrome (SUIDs) by spending time with fathers, helping

Christina Griffiths  |  Aug 25, 2020