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'Whac-a-Mole' clinical trial participant experiences remission of Stage 4 triple negative breast cancer

Jenny Larner Brown dreams of a day when no one would ever hear their oncologist say, "We're out of options." It's now been more than two years since Brown learned she had deadly Stage 4 triple negative breast cancer. She remains in remission today, thanks to her participation in an IU School of Medicine clinical trial called "Whac-a-Mole."

Laura Gates  |  Oct 19, 2021

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August Research Update

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

Tatiana Foroud, PhD  |  Aug 31, 2021

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July Research Update

Read the July research update from the Executive Associate Dean Tatiana Foroud, PhD.

Tatiana Foroud, PhD  |  Jul 30, 2021

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June Research Update

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

Tatiana Foroud, PhD  |  Jun 30, 2021

Ronald Boris, MD in surgery

IU School of Medicine faculty providing comprehensive care for hereditary cancers at IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center

In 2018, urologic oncologist Ronald Boris, MD, MS, geneticist Gail Vance, MD and genitourinary medical oncologist Nabil Adra, MD established a multidisciplinary clinic focused on

Christina Griffiths  |  Jun 29, 2021

tatiana foroud research executive associate dean

May Research Update

Read the May research update from Tatiana Foroud, PhD, executive associate dean for research affairs.

Tatiana Foroud, PhD  |  May 31, 2021

Women in Leadership

Women scientists lead Alzheimer's research initiatives at IU School of Medicine

Women are leading significant efforts in the field of Alzheimer's disease, one of the critical areas of focus identified by IU School of Medicine leadership

Laura Gates  |  Apr 09, 2021

Liana Apostolova listens to a patient from her research study

Top 10 recipients of NIH funding for federal fiscal year 2020

At Indiana University School of Medicine, the 2020 fiscal year set another record for NIH-funded research, with the school’s faculty attracting federal support for research

Anna Carrera  |  Feb 09, 2021

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Genomic medicine key to treating aggressive breast cancers disproportionately affecting African American women

Compared to white women, the lifetime risk of developing breast cancer is slightly lower for African Americans; however, the risk of dying from the disease

Laura Gates  |  Oct 09, 2020