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Advancing Medical Research

In laboratories and research facilities throughout Indiana, IU School of Medicine is working to ensure that research programs at the school continue to grow. External research funding exceeded $320 million in 2016, a record level for the school. We established new centers in Musculoskeletal Health and Clinical Health Innovation and Implementation Science. Our school’s Precision Health Initiative was chosen as the first recipient of the Indiana University Grand Challenge. This $120M program aims to advance personalized medicine approaches through genomic medicine, cellular immunotherapy, chemical and structural biology, and data science. We currently have searches underway for leaders of several pillars of this important initiative

To learn more about the strategic planning priocess now underway to to harness this momentum and continue building on the quality improvements, visit the IU School of Medicine Strategic Planning page. To get involved and help the school evaulate where we stand and how to further improve on specific priority areas, please take a short survey.

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Author

Jay L. Hess, MD, PhD

Executive Vice President for University Clinical Affairs

Jay L. Hess MD, PhD, MHSA became Dean of the School of Medicine and Executive Vice President for University Clinical Affairs at Indiana University in September 2013. Read his full bio.