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IU School of Medicine names new chair to lead Department of Pathology
Indiana University School of Medicine has named an innovative leader as the new chair of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
IU School of Medicine launching master’s and doctoral programs in regenerative medicine and technologies
Indiana University School of Medicine is launching a new Master of Science and PhD in Regenerative Medicine and Technologies (RMAT), the only degree program of ...
Cancer center launches new PhD program in translational cancer biology
The Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center is now offering a new PhD program dedicated to clinically relevant research in cancer biology. ...
IU School of Medicine | Oct 26, 2022
IU School of Medicine breaks ground on medical education and research building in downtown Indianapolis
The future of medicine in central Indiana will soon be on the rise in downtown Indianapolis.
IU School of Medicine | Oct 19, 2022
Cannabis users could be candidates for heart transplants, according to new research from IU cardiologists
Researchers from Indiana University School of Medicine have concluded the medical and scientific establishment should expand and re-contextualize its understanding of cannabis use and heart ...
IU School of Medicine | Oct 18, 2022
National Institute of Mental Health awards $5.5 million to prevent adolescent suicides in Indiana
A new $5.5 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health aims to help with suicide prevention in adolescents in the juvenile justice system. ...
IU School of Medicine | Oct 13, 2022
Study: high exposure to glyphosate in pregnancy could cause lower birth weights in babies
Indiana University School of Medicine researchers are learning more about the effects of herbicide exposure during pregnancy.
IU School of Medicine | Oct 12, 2022
IU School of Medicine awarded over $5 million to improve clinical training experiences and community health research
Indiana University School of Medicine researchers were recently awarded an additional $5.4 million grant to improve classroom and clinical learning experiences for medical students to ...