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Emerging leaders gain valuable skills in the Business of Medicine Leadership Program

Every fall, participants develop their business acumen, improve their leadership skills and cultivate a mindset for innovation.

Hannah Calkins  |  Sep 14, 2021

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Nicole Fowler, PhD, named inaugural Director of Research for the Division of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics

Fowler will help lead the strategic growth of the division’s research mission, goals, and objectives.

Hannah Calkins  |  Aug 17, 2021

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Tuan M. Tran, MD, PhD, is working to eliminate malaria

Tran was recently awarded an R01 to evaluate the role of a specific host protein in malaria, which may lead to revolutionary new treatments.

Hannah Calkins  |  Mar 26, 2021

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Meet the COVID-19 treatment algorithm team

These Infectious Diseases leaders developed a vital algorithm to help guide their colleagues’ treatment of patients with COVID-19.

Hannah Calkins  |  Mar 15, 2021

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Indiana University selected as premier US site to study novel endoscopic procedure

Never before performed in Indiana, this innovative procedure may transform the lives of patients with diabetes.

Hannah Calkins  |  Feb 18, 2021

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Researchers publish breakthrough findings on sudden cardiac death in people with sickle cell disease

An inflammatory protein is the root cause of fatal heart problems in people with sickle cell disease, says Ankit Desai, MD.

Hannah Calkins  |  Dec 16, 2020

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#IDBoardReview Case Studies a Hit on Twitter

Daily diagnostic mysteries shared by the Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program have inspired other ID programs nationally.

Hannah Calkins  |  Dec 08, 2020

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Study shows that gaps in training may contribute to low home dialysis rates

Strengthening home dialysis training will improve fellows’ confidence and promote public policy goals, says Nupur Gupta, MD.

Hannah Calkins  |  Nov 20, 2020

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Community collaboration key to addressing disparities in diabetes

Communities of color are disproportionately affected by diabetes. In Indiana, nearly 13 percent of the adult population has diabetes, and another 36 percent has pre-diabetes.

Laura Gates  |  Nov 20, 2020

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Faculty Host Mock Residency Interviews for Puerto Rican Medical Students

Mock interviews benefit Puerto Rican medical students and demonstrate the value of recruiting them to our programs.

Hannah Calkins  |  Nov 12, 2020