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IU scientists compile review of inner ear, stem cell research

A group of researchers from Indiana University School of Medicine—who themselves have helped advance the understanding between pluripotent stem cells and inner ear research—have compiled a comprehensive review of how scientists have used stem cells to model and target inner ear disorders, providing an insight into its history and potential future therapies.

Ben Middelkamp  |  Aug 10, 2020

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Clinician, director, advocate: an interview with Virginia Caine, MD

As head of the Marion County Public Health Department, Virginia Caine, MD, is driving our city's response to COVID-19.

Hannah Calkins  |  Aug 03, 2020

Members of the NMVO play their instruments in separate squares across the screen.

Off Duty with Melissa Cavaghan, MD: a virtual violinist

Cavaghan, a violinist who recently participated in a virtual medical orchestra, said that music can feed a physician's soul.

Hannah Calkins  |  Jul 22, 2020

A smiling, pregnant physician in a white coat and stethoscope looks toward the camera with her hand resting on her belly.

Pregnant and postpartum internal medicine residents protected from long shifts under new policy

Already an unwritten practice, internal medicine residents in the third trimester of pregnancy or within the first two months of delivery are now formally protected

Caitlin VanOverberghe  |  Jun 24, 2020

Third-year internal medicine resident Victoria Thomas, MD, RN, speaks at the White Coats for Black Lives protest on June 3.

Led by residents, “White Coats for Black Lives” protest asserts that racism is a public health crisis

On the evening of June 3, an estimated 1,000 medical professionals and community members gathered on the greenway between Riley and Eskenazi hospitals to protest

Hannah Calkins  |  Jun 18, 2020

Dr. Larry Cripe

Meet 2020 Physician Mentor of the Year Larry Cripe

Larry Cripe went from, in his own words, “feeling I was failing as an educator,” to being awarded the Indiana University Board of Trustees’ Teaching

Laura Gates  |  May 29, 2020

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Hospitalists at Eskenazi Organize Large Donation for Environmental Services Colleagues

A group of physicians raised over $54,000 for their Environmental Services colleagues (about $500 for each employee) to support and show appreciation for their work

Hannah Calkins  |  May 29, 2020

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IU center helping people at increased risk of COVID-19 complications due to obesity

An interactive webinar aimed to help people at an increased risk of COVID-19 complications related to obesity or being overweight.

Christina Griffiths  |  May 12, 2020

a health care provider prepares a dialysis machine

COVID-19’s impact on the kidneys: An interview with Brent Miller, MD, nephrologist and professor of clinical medicine

Brent Miller, MD, explains why the kidneys are so affected by COVID-19, and what this means for people with kidney disease in Indiana.

Hannah Calkins  |  May 08, 2020

kids help with donations from internal medicine

Staff members organize goodie bag donation to thank Campus Facility Services during COVID-19

Staff members in the Department of Medicine recently donated 200 snack bags to express their gratitude for their colleagues in Campus Facility Services (CFS), who

Hannah Calkins  |  May 07, 2020