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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 wearable sensors can facilitate modeling and assessment of surgery teamwork. They received a $1.6 million grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (1R01HS028026) to study how improving non-technical skills such as teamwork and communication can improve performance and outcomes.

Dimitrios Stefanidis, MD, PhD, vice chair of surgical education and professor of surgery at IU School of Medicine, will collaborate with Denny Yu, PhD, assistant professor of industrial engineering at Purdue University, who is an adjunct assistant professor of surgery at IU School of Medicine, as principal investigator.

Angie Antonopoulos  |  Jul 08, 2022

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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

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Evaluating Virtual Dissector Technology in Anatomy

By Jonah Persinger, Stacey Dunham, & Polly Husmann Introduction In anatomy education, traditional laboratory methods such as the use of atlases, prosected cadavers, and models

Polly Husmann  |  Feb 10, 2020

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Office of Technology Affairs continues momentum

When I joined the School of Medicine as the inaugural chief information officer early last year, I hit the ground running to identify and assess

Rob Lowden  |  Jan 22, 2020

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Possible ICRME guest speaker collaboration could lead to improve regenerative technology gains

The Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering at Indiana University School of Medicine led by director Chandan Sen, PhD, is leading in the field

Marco Gutierrez  |  Aug 21, 2019

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Ekser receives prestigious American Society of Transplant Surgeons (ASTS) grant

Burcin Ekser, MD, PhD, recently earned a grant to support groundbreaking research in the development of advanced 3-D bioprinted human liver models. A transplant surgeon

Christine Drury  |  Aug 12, 2019

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The same, but different: 24/7 technology assistance

Through a partnership with University IT Services (UITS), faculty, staff and learners supported by the Clinical Affairs IT Services (CAITS) team can now reach professional

Patrick Phillips  |  Aug 06, 2019

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ICRME hosts innovative surgeon, plans for partnership

The Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering at Indiana University School of Medicine is always looking for the next big breakthrough in the field

Marco Gutierrez  |  Jul 31, 2019