Glenda Shaw | Jul 06, 2020
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By Jonah Persinger, Stacey Dunham, & Polly Husmann Introduction In anatomy education, traditional laboratory methods such as the use of atlases, prosected cadavers, and models
Polly Husmann | Feb 10, 2020
A woman goes to the emergency room because she’s experiencing abdominal pain. She’s nervous and terrified. She doesn’t want to be there but understands the
Em Collins | Jan 08, 2020
Indiana University School of Medicine is one of three new institutions to be named Centers of Excellence by the Parkinson’s Foundation, joining a global network
Glenda Shaw | Sep 30, 2019
Olufunke Martin, MD, has been selected by the American Society of Hematology (ASH) to participate as one of six resident physicians in the 2019 ASH
Ashley Wilson | Sep 17, 2019
Faculty at Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology are training doctors to provide care for women dealing with difficult pelvic disorders.
Christina Griffiths | Aug 12, 2019
Adam Ferrari was going to be a personal trainer. At least that was the plan when he started his undergraduate work at the University of Southern Indiana.
Caitlin VanOverberghe | May 01, 2019
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
By Theodore C. Smith, M.S. 1, Amberly Reynolds, M.S. 1, Melissa Taylor, M.S. 1, Charity F. Upson-Taboas, M.S., M.A. 1,2 1 Department of Anatomy and Cell
Theodore Smith | Sep 20, 2018
By Amberly Reynolds, MS PhD student in Anatomy Education, IU School of Medicine – Bloomington & Polly R. Husmann, PhD Assistant Professor of Anatomy and
Polly Husmann | Jun 06, 2018