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Bobby King

Bobby King is the director of development and alumni communications in the Office of Gift Development. Before joining the IU School of Medicine in 2018, Bobby was a reporter with The Indianapolis Star. Before that he was a reporter for newspapers in Kentucky, South Carolina and Florida.

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'I'm proud of the school for stepping up'

This spring, more than 120 medical students offered to graduate early and join the frontline of a health care system grappling with a surge of patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. For those who served, their experiences in the clinic provided lasting lessons.

Bobby King  |  Jul 10, 2020

Preserving the Public's Health

They preach social distancing, field calls from anxious business owners and help nursing homes track down protective equipment. For some IU School of Medicine graduates, this is what life looks like leading a local health department during a pandemic. 

Bobby King  |  May 13, 2020

Get to Know: Mark Notestine

Switching jobs comes with wrinkles, but IU School of Medicine's new senior associate dean for development and alumni relations is navigating a complex transition. 

Bobby King  |  May 07, 2020

'It Was A Call of Duty'

In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, more than 100 students from IU School of Medicine graduated early to help Indiana mount a response. 

Bobby King  |  Apr 29, 2020

Gardner Steeped in AMPATH's Culture

The new head of AMPATH learned from its founders and will helm the IU-led consortium as its mission evolves.

Bobby King  |  Apr 10, 2020

What's Next in the Fight Against Myeloma?

IU School of Medicine recruited leading researchers and is studying how a patient’s personal factors and environment play a role in the disease.

Bobby King  |  Apr 09, 2020

Going the Extra Mile

Rafat Abonour’s commitment to curing multiple myeloma is unwavering. Each year, he leads a ride for a cure—a ritual that binds him closer to the patients he has lost and those he is trying to save.

Bobby King  |  Apr 08, 2020