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Help IU Researchers Develop New Tools to Address Problem Behaviors

Families in Indianapolis can join a research study using virtual reality technology and brain scans to help doctors and scientists develop new ways to help kids with behavior disorders.

Tom Hummer, PhD  |  Sep 14, 2020

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Could the eye be a detector for Alzheimer’s disease? Shannon Risacher responds.

While experts at Indiana University School of Medicine pursue research that could lead to effective treatment, the researchers at the Indiana Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center

Em Collins  |  Aug 25, 2020

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NIH funding expands collaboration on ocular neovascularization

Neovascularization is the root cause of a range of sight-stealing eye diseases. Researchers Timothy W. Corson, PhD, and Mark R. Kelley, PhD, are targeting Redox

Caitlin VanOverberghe  |  Aug 05, 2020

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New R01 grant aims to discover how the body heals after surgery

Leonidas G. Koniaris, MD a professors of surgery and Teresa A. Zimmers PhD, the H.H. Gregg Professor of Cancer Research with the surgery department at

Marco Gutierrez  |  Aug 05, 2020

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IU researchers creating models to predict coronavirus spread in Indiana

Indiana University researchers are working to predict the future of the COVID-19 pandemic, and Indiana state officials are taking advantage of their expertise.
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OB-GYN researchers begin “curbside collections” to continue important studies

Researchers with Indiana University School of Medicine aren’t letting the COVID-19 pandemic keep them from continuing important studies to improve the health of pregnant women.

Christina Griffiths  |  Jun 29, 2020

Visual inspection process for investigational remdesivir

Testing treatments for COVID-19

Samir Gupta, MD, has been leading two clinical studies involving remdesivir, an anti-viral drug, to treat patients in Indiana with COVID-19. 

Anna Carrera  |  Jun 11, 2020


Discovery award looks at regenerating lost muscle tissue

Researchers at the Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering at Indiana University School of Medicine are looking to recover muscle tissue and function that

Marco Gutierrez  |  Jun 02, 2020

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New NIH Grant could help save diabetic patients from amputation

The Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering at Indiana University School of Medicine has been awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health

Marco Gutierrez  |  May 29, 2020

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IU School of Medicine covering all aspects of coronavirus research

COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, slowing down everyday life for many people. But researchers are moving quickly to learn the best ways to

Christina Griffiths  |  May 22, 2020