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The Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at Indiana University School of Medicine offers a range of educational and social programs throughout the year.
Bone Journal Club
The main purpose of the Bone Journal Club (Bone JC) is to discuss published literature related to the research interests of the club members. The club also aims to share data on the issue of discussion and to help with drafting of new grant applications. These meetings are a platform for new faculty and fellows to get to know colleagues at Indiana University School of Medicine with similar interests and to increase collaborations across laboratories. Participants also benefit from the challenge of presenting and discussing papers and data with colleagues of diverse expertise in the bone field. Email email@example.com to be added to the Bone Journal Club email list serv.
The Motoneuron Club at IU School of Medicine is a group of scientists and clinicians dedicated to studying motoneuron biology and disease. This group meets monthly for a dinner seminar where motoneuron experts across the United States are invited to present their research. These sessions provide an excellent platform for collaborations between scientists to form and flourish as well as discuss the translational potential of research with the physicians that treat motoneuron diseases in the clinic. Any interested people are welcome to join club events, which are held on the second Monday of the month at the Neuroscience Building (Indianapolis), Lecture Room 101. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the Motoneuron Club email list serv.