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State of Medicine

Fifty years ago, Indiana was short on physicians. Cities pitched ideas for a new medical school. In response, IU School of Medicine devised an innovative solution—regional campuses.

Matthew Harris  |  May 28, 2021

Origin Stories: 50 Years of Regional Campuses

Since their creation in the early '70s, IU School of Medicine's eight regional campuses have each gone from fledgling outposts offering first-year courses to full-blown four-year institutions with distinct identities. 

Matthew Harris  |  May 28, 2021

Painful Bias

How does bias in pain management impact a patient’s well-being? How can we eliminate it among medical providers? A new study aims to find solutions.

Bobby King  |  May 26, 2021

Aspirational Address

Plans for a new campus in Indianapolis reflect ambitions for a state-of-the-art learning community and world-class academic health center.

Bobby King  |  May 26, 2021

The Problem Solver

From his days at IU School of Medicine to leading the nation’s largest research hospital, James Gilman has spent his career overcoming obstacles to offer care.

Chelsea McClellan  |  May 21, 2021

Shot in the Arm

To pick up the pace of vaccinations, Indiana University launched clinics on campuses to expand access to students, faculty and staff.

Matthew Harris  |  May 20, 2021

A Little Elbow Room

The new medical science building in Bloomington balances flexibility, practicality and community for medical students and those from other health professions.

Bobby King  |  May 19, 2021