Indiana University School of Medicine offers education programs to prepare future physicians and scientists to further advance understanding, diagnosis and treatment options for Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
Basic and Translational Science Training
Graduate students and postdoctoral trainees at IU School of Medicine gain valuable research experience as part of multidisciplinary teams on studies that involve local, national and international collaborators. Active research programs focus on medical neuroscience, anatomy and cell biology, genetics, pharmacology and toxicology, biostatistics and other topics related to Alzheimer’s disease. Faculty investigators mentor trainees to prepare them for careers in advanced medical research.
Medical residencies and fellowships at IU School of Medicine offer hands-on clinical training for physicians interested in providing care to patients with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. The school offers ACGME-accredited graduate medical education in a range of Alzheimer’s disease-related focus areas, including neurology, psychiatry, pathology, radiology and more. Residents and fellows train among a large a diverse patient population at nationally recognized teaching hospitals, where educator physicians have a faculty appointment with IU School of Medicine.