Indiana Health

IU School of Medicine is dedicated to improving population health in Indiana.

CARE Plus

CARE Plus

The CARE Plus research project, part of the We Care Indy program, uses a unique, community-focused approach to helping new mothers and babies addicted to opioids.
Opioid Project ECHO

Opioid Project ECHO

Through technology-enabled collaborative learning, the Opioid Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) project is improving the treatment of opioid-use disorders in rural and underserved areas.
AHEC

AHEC

The Indiana Area Health Education Centers Network improves health by recruiting, educating and retaining healthcare professionals for underserved communities in Indiana.

Personalized Medicine

IU School of Medicine faculty investigators are working diligently to improve population health in Indiana. With generous funding from the IU Grand Challenges program, the Precision Health researchers are focused on diseases with particularly negative impacts in the state, including some of the most challenging cancers: multiple myeloma, triple negative breast cancer and childhood sarcoma. The team is also working on Alzheimer’s disease and Type 2 diabetes—chronic diseases that were among the top seven leading causes of death in Indiana in 2016.

Personalized Medicine Research