Felipe P. Perez, MD
Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine
Dr. Felipe Perez, Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine in the division of Geriatrics, joined IU School of Medicine as a faculty member in August 2009. He is also the Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program Director of Indiana University Medical School, overseeing the training of Geriatric Medicine fellows. He is a Medical director of the Senior Health Center and the Acute Care for the Elderly Inpatient Unit IU Health Methodist hospital. Besides these clinical and leadership roles, he is involved in basic science and clinical research work in the area of Biology of Aging, Age-related diseases, Dementia, and Delirium. Before moving to Indianapolis, Dr. Perez was the geriatric Medicine fellowship Program Director at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Illinois. He did his residency in Internal Medicine and a Geriatric Medicine Fellowship at Loyola University, Maywood, Illinois.
Perez, F. P., Morisaki, J. J., & Bandeira, J. P. (2019). Repeated Electromagnetic Field Stimulation in Aging and Health. In The Science of Hormesis in Health and Longevity (pp. 189-197). Academic Press.
Perez, F., Millholland, G., Peddinti, S. V. K., Thella, A. K., Rizkalla, J., Salama, P., & Rizkalla, M. E. (2016). Electromagnetic and Thermal Simulations of Human Neurons for SAR Applications. Journal of biomedical science and engineering, 9(9), 437.
General Internal Medicine
Eskenazi Fifth Third Office Building 1101 W. 10th St.
Indianapolis , IN 46202-2879
Dr. Perez investigates the effects of Repeated Electromagnetic Field Stimulation on the aging process, age-related diseases, and protein deposition diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and Lewy Body disease.
Late-onset Alzheimer's disease, heating up and foxed by several proteins: pathomolecular effects of the aging process.
Longevity pathways: HSF1 and FoxO pathways, a new therapeutic target to prevent age-related diseases.
American Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine