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Center for Medical Genomics onboards new Xenium tool for omics research

The Center for Medical Genomics at Indiana University School of Medicine has recently added the 10x Genomics Xenium to their fleet of instruments to support medical researchers. Xenium is a new instrument, recently launched by 10x Genomics, that enables transcriptomic analysis at a subcellular level while maintaining spatial context, opening major pathways in disease treatment and biomarker identification. 

IU School of Medicine  |  Nov 17, 2023

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Dangerous Ignorance: What Patients Don’t Understand about Pharmacogenomics

Peter Schwartz, MD, PhD., writes about the emerging importance of pharmacogenomics as well as current shortcomings in patients' understanding of pharmacogenomic testing results.

Peter Schwartz, MD, PhD  |  Aug 30, 2023

Cristian Lasagna-Reeves speaks at AAIC

IU School of Medicine scientists produce world's 'most impactful' Alzheimer's research

Cristian Lasagna-Reeves, PhD, received an award at the 2023 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference for the “most impactful study published in Alzheimer’s research.” IU School of

Laura Gates  |  Jul 19, 2023

Andrew Saykin, PsyD

Fighting Alzheimer's: Saykin leads team science initiatives to stop progression of dementia

Since joining IU School of Medicine, Andrew Saykin, PsyD, has received $53.6 million in NIH funding for research on Alzheimer's and other neurological disorders. He

Laura Gates  |  Jul 07, 2023

Elle Geddes, MD, at IBJ Forty Under 40 recognition event

Called to cardiovascular genetics

Elle Geddes, MD, is one of just two cardiovascular geneticists in the state of Indiana. She recently was named to the IBJ 2023 Forty Under

Laura Gates  |  Jun 12, 2023

Evan Mowery as an infant and at 16 years old

Case solved: Undiagnosed Rare Disease Clinic resolves family's 15-year journey to diagnosis

After living with an undiagnosed eye disease for 15 years, Evan Mowery now has a definitive diagnosis—achromatopsia—thanks to the genetic sleuths at the Undiagnosed Rare

Laura Gates  |  Feb 23, 2023


Pediatric researchers receive two new grants to support work based on Tyler Trent's tumor cells

Two new grants supporting osteosarcoma research have been funded at IU School of Medicine, building on work that has been previously established based on Tyler

Anna Carrera  |  Nov 28, 2022

Jennifer Marsh named first Director of Quality Assurance at IU School of Medicine

Jennifer Marsh has been named as the first Director of Quality Assurance for Research Affairs at Indiana University School of Medicine. Marsh is tasked with

IU School of Medicine  |  Sep 02, 2022

Francine Epperson with Maria Carrillo, PhD

Advocating for those left behind in research

When it comes to academic research, credit for the effort nearly always goes to an MD, PhD or RN. However, rarely do stories or news

Sonder Collins  |  Aug 16, 2022

Tyler Trent check presentation 2022

Tyler Trent Foundation supports research with donation

Tyler Trent’s parents presented a check for $25,000 to Riley Children’s Foundation Tyler Trent Cancer Research Endowment on June 27 in front of the Herman