Internationally recognized, world-class faculty researchers
The Center for Neuroimaging at IU School of Medicine uses advanced-imaging technologies to further the understanding of brain structure and function through the study of healthy individuals, clinical populations, and translational models.
Stark Neurosciences Research Institute is advancing knowledge of the brain and behavior through research and training programs that apply the latest innovations in biomedical discovery to inform ongoing and future treatment of neurological and mental disorders.
The nation’s largest clearinghouse of blood, tissue, spinal fluid and other samples collected from people across the country with Alzheimer’s disease, NCRAD helps researchers find genes that increase the risk for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Established by the NIH, the MODEL-AD consortium is comprised of investigators at IU School of Medicine, the Jackson Laboratory, Sage Bionetworks and UC-Irvine to develop the next generation models for late-onset Alzheimer's disease.
Regenstrief Institute is a dynamic, people-centered research organization driven by a mission to create pathways for better health.
- IU-led study of younger Alzheimer’s patients aims to pave the way toward new treatments
- IU announces progress toward its Precision Health Grand Challenge: cancers it aims to cure, diseases it is working to prevent
- NIH funds major biobank expansion at IU School of Medicine to support Alzheimer’s disease research
- Expansion of Alzheimer’s disease biospecimens repository prompts name change
- IU researchers report problems with sense of smell may point to build-up of protein linked to Alzheimer’s disease