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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 Trent’s tumor cells. Karen E. Pollok, PhD, is the lead researcher for both of these grants, including $1.9 million from the U.S. Department of Defense and $50,000 from the Sarcoma Foundation of America.

Anna Carrera  |  Nov 28, 2022

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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
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New research predicts opportunities for increased survival in pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic cancer is relatively rare when compared to other cancers, but still the third leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. with one of

IU School of Medicine  |  Jul 05, 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

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Undiagnosed Rare Disease Clinic uses tech and teamwork to solve medical mysteries

Established in January 2020 through a grant from IU’s Precision Health Initiative, the Undiagnosed Rare Disease Clinic uses team science to sleuth out medical mysteries

Laura Gates  |  Feb 25, 2022

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October Research Update

Read the October Research update from Executive Associate Dean Tatiana Foroud, PhD.

Tatiana Foroud, PhD  |  Nov 16, 2021

Multiple myeloma roundtable with Rafat Abonour and Dorothy Frapwell

Third IU Precision Health Initiative webinar focuses on multiple myeloma progress

The third IU Grand Challenges webinar about the Precision Health Initiative (PHI) took place in October, focusing on progress in studying and treating multiple myeloma,

Anna Carrera  |  Nov 11, 2021

Jing Su

Single-cell Graph Convolutional Network allows for rapid knowledge transfer

An IU School of Medicine researcher developed a graph artificial intelligence model for single cell omics data analysis. Jing Su, PhD, is one of the

Anna Carrera  |  Nov 09, 2021