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Fort Wayne Campus

Offering medical students a wealth of clinical and research experiences in a vibrant tri-state community.

Indiana University School of Medicine—Fort Wayne

As the second-largest metropolitan area in the state, Fort Wayne offers an urban education setting that’s rich with medical resources and full-time faculty. IU School of Medicine-Fort Wayne is located on the campus of Purdue Fort Wayne along with the IU Fort Wayne health science programs.

Led by national experts in their fields, the medical education program at IU School of Medicine-Fort Wayne follows the school’s statewide core curriculum. The Fort Wayne campus offers small class sizes and personal one-on-one time with faculty. Students participate in clerkships at the numerous Lutheran Health Network and Parkview Regional Medical Center hospitals, engage in multiple forms of learning, and collaborate with faculty to deepen medical understanding and practice.

Emergency Contacts

To report a public safety emergency, call 911.

For all facility related emergencies, call IPFW Physical Plant 260-481-6832.

To request the escort service on IPFW campus, call 260-481-6827.

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The Fort Wayne campus offers clinical education in both rural and urban communities through two large hospital systems serving the region. A Student Research Fellowship Program offers medical students nine weeks of summer research experience.

Live and Learn in Fort Wayne

From campus maps to policies and guidelines, medical students and their families can access campus-specific resources to better understand how to get around and make the most of their time at the Fort Wayne campus of IU School of Medicine.

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Free Student Parking

Among the many appealing aspects of medical education at the IU School of Medicine-Fort Wayne campus is free student parking. Yes, medical students can park in any lot or garage on campus and at clinical sites for free. A 1,000-car parking garage is located close to the Medical Education Building.

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Adam Murphy

Medical student

Adam Murphy is a fourth-year medical student at the Fort Wayne campus. He is also a contributor to the IU School of Medicine Student Life blog.

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Jui-Hung (Jimmy) Yen, PhD

Assistant Professor of Microbiology & Immunology

Jimmy Yen, PhD, is developing anti-inflammatory therapies for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, including ischemic stroke and multiple sclerosis (MS).


"Fort Wayne is an amazing place to learn medicine because we, as students, get to know all of our professors and staff personally. We also become really close with our fellow classmates which provides an outstanding support system."

Jennifer Dale, Class of 2019

  

Fort Wayne Student Life