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Childhood illness inspires passion for discovery 

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. He...

Caitlin VanOverberghe • Date: 5/1/19

A collage of six of Dr. Gallagher's patients who recieved top surgery, the most common gender confirmation surgery she performs

Celebrating Transgender Awareness Week: A Trans Healthcare Q&A

To honor this important LGBTQ+ week, Dr. Sidhbh Gallagher answered questions about the...

IU School of Medicine • 11/17/17

Anatomy Education Research Institute (AERI) Pt. 3: Changing Attitudes on Educational Research

By Polly R. Husmann, PhD Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology, IU School of...

Polly Husmann • 10/26/17

IU School of Medicine in Bloomington

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Pedagogy Training Workshop, Part 1

By Charity F. Upson-Taboas, M.S., M.A. 1,2 Amberly Reynolds, M.S. 1 Theodore C. Smith, M.S. 1 Melissa...

Charity Upson-Taboas • 10/17/17

AERI 2017

Anatomy Education Research Institute (AERI) 2017, Pt 2: Immediate Impact on Attendees and Social Media Followers

By: Valerie Dean O’Loughlin, PhDProfessor of Anatomy and Cell Biology, IU School of Medicine...

Valerie O’Loughlin • 10/2/17

Medical students in hospital

Perceptions of Professionalism: Transformation across the Second and Third Years of Medical School

Professionalism is often described as the social contract that doctors hold with society to...

Jessica N. Byram, PhD • 9/11/17

Anatomy Educators Gather for First-Ever Anatomy Education Research Institute

By James J. Brokaw, PhD Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology, IU School of Medicine—Indianapolis Polly...

James Brokaw • 8/4/17