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IU School of Medicine names 2024 Showalter Scholars

IU School of Medicine names four outstanding scientists as the 2024 Showalter Scholars: Thomas Everett, PhD; Troy Markel, MD; Roman Natoli, MD, PhD; and Yong Zang, PhD.

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Applications sought for 2024 Engineering in Medicine pilot project program

The IU School of Medicine and the Purdue University College of Engineering are accepting research funding applications for the 2024 Engineering in Medicine Pilot Project Program. The

IU School of Medicine  |  Apr 03, 2024

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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

CMG team with new NovaSeq X Plus

Powerful new genomic sequencing tool available to researchers

IU School of Medicine’s Center for Medical Genomics recently acquired the Illumina NovaSeq X Plus—an instrument that exponentially expands the possibilities of how far next-generation

IU School of Medicine  |  Aug 29, 2023

Tables full of participants at the AI conference

What is the future of AI in health care?

The future of artificial intelligence (AI) is fascinating at best, and dangerous at worst. Experts from the Department of Biostatistics and Health Data Science at

Lisa Gill  |  May 30, 2023

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Cardiovascular Institute director leads groundbreaking advancements in imaging to prevent heart attacks

Cardiovascular Institute Director Subha Raman, MD, is a collaborative leader who is not only a nationally recognized expert in the field of cardiovascular imaging but

Laura Gates  |  Feb 24, 2023

Surgical team tests wearable sensors to measure teamwork in simulation exercise.

IU Medicine and Purdue use AHRQ grant to explore how wearable sensors can enhance surgical team performance

Investigators from Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Surgery in Indianapolis and Purdue University School of Industrial Engineering at West Lafayette are researching how

Angie Antonopoulos  |  Jul 08, 2022

The words, "Understanding Bias in medical imaging AI" over smudged colors of brown, pink and blue in the background.

Understanding bias in medical imaging AI

Experts at Indiana University participated in a nationwide effort to develop artificial intelligence (AI) technology that can accurately identify self-reported race through medical images.

Sonder Collins  |  May 16, 2022

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Data Privacy Day: A message from the Chief Privacy Officer about protecting data at IU

Data Privacy Day is an international effort to empower individuals and businesses to respect privacy, safeguard data and enable trust. At IU, we monitor data

More than just 1s and 0s: IT staff keeps school community connected during COVID-19

As so many throughout the school’s nine campuses provide support and leadership during this unprecedented time, one team has enabled thousands to remain connected. 

Sonder Collins  |  Jun 10, 2020