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IU Krannert investigator earns spot in prestigious ACC Clinical Trials Research Program

Keyur P. Vora, MD, an investigator with the Ischemic Heart Disease Research Program at the Krannert Cardiovascular Research Center at Indiana University School of Medicine, has been selected to join the American College of Cardiology Clinical Trials Research Program for 2024-25. Vora is among a group of 50 participants selected for a comprehensive yearlong professional development program aimed at enhancing the skills and careers of the next generation of leaders in cardiovascular clinical trials research.

Angie Antonopoulos  |  Mar 29, 2024

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Cristian Lasagna-Reeves

Alzheimer's disease researcher awarded Rainwater Charitable Foundation early-career scientist prize

Cristian Lasagna-Reeves, PhD received the prestigious 2024 Rainwater Prize for Innovative Early-Career Scientist. Lasagna-Reeves was presented the award at the Alzheimer’s Association’s Tau2024 Global Conference on

Ben Middelkamp  |  Mar 28, 2024

Ed Rogers portrait with IU School of Medicine--West Lafayette campus in background

TBI-on-a-chip: West Lafayette medical student advances mentor's work with 'mini-brains'

Ed Rogers came to IU School of Medicine—West Lafayette with extensive experience in brain injury research as co-developer of an innovative technology, TBI-on-a-chip.

Laura Gates  |  Mar 19, 2024

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Happy Birthday, Dr. Barbie!

Since Barbie’s creation in the 1950s, she’s gone through some drastic makeovers. The popular children’s toy created by Mattel boasts the slogan “you can be

Christina Griffiths  |  Dec 19, 2023

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Bench to Bedside: Ware leads integration of genetics into clinical care

Cardiovascular geneticist Stephanie Ware, MD, PhD, leads a growing department of genetics experts as genomic medicine is more broadly implemented into clinical care at IU

Laura Gates  |  Dec 13, 2023

Mark R. Kelley, PhD

From lab to market: Discoveries in Kelley Lab lead to new therapies for multiple diseases

Over the last 30 years, Mark R. Kelley has disclosed 61 inventions, been awarded 19 patents and launched a pharmaceutical startup. Now he's helping other

Laura Gates  |  Nov 10, 2023

Dr. Brad Allen with IU medical students

First-Gen: Prominent IU School of Medicine faculty share their experiences as first generation students

From the IU School of Medicine executive board to campus leaders and pioneering physician-scientists, first-gen faculty are among the school's most prominent faces.

Laura Gates  |  Oct 25, 2023

Kate Foley holds her award and stands with other faculty members

Neurology postdoctoral scholar awarded first Alzheimer's Association Perelman Fellowship

The Alzheimer’s Association recently named Kate Foley, PhD, postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Neurology at Indiana University School of Medicine, as the inaugural Dr.

Ben Middelkamp  |  Oct 20, 2023

LAMP 20th cohort

LAMP: 20 years of developing leaders in academic medicine

For 20 years, LAMP has been training new faculty to become leaders at IU School of Medicine, making them more likely to get promotions, stay

Laura Gates  |  Sep 29, 2023

Cristian Lasagna-Reeves speaks at AAIC

IU School of Medicine scientists produce world's 'most impactful' Alzheimer's research

Cristian Lasagna-Reeves, PhD, received an award at the 2023 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference for the “most impactful study published in Alzheimer’s research.” IU School of

Laura Gates  |  Jul 19, 2023