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Indiana University School of Medicine researchers are launching a new study today to find out how immunity to COVID-19 can develop and change over time in children and adults who live in Indiana. The study is called DISCOVER, which stands for “Development of Immunity after SARS-CoV2 Exposure and Recovery.” Led by Chandy John, MD, and Alka Khaitan, MD, the study will look at four different groups of individuals.
George H. Rawls, MD, Indiana University Clinical Professor Emeritus of Surgery and founding director of the Master of Science in Medical Science program at IU School of Medicine, passed away on Saturday, May 16, at age 91.
Members of the Indiana University School of Medicine Class of 2020 were honored Friday, May 15, during a virtual graduation recognition ceremony. Typically held at the Indiana Convention Center's Sagamore Ballroom, this year's event took place in the form of a Facebook livestream, and featured a keynote address by VADM Jerome M. Adams, MD, MPH -- U.S. Surgeon General and an IU School of Medicine alum.
As COVID-19 continues its sweep around the globe, dialysis units have continued to be hotspots for the virus’ spread. Researchers at Indiana University School of Medicine hope to combat that threat, through a novel study published May 14, 2020 in JAMA.
An IU Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center researcher has been awarded a five-year, $1.6 million grant from the National Cancer Institute to study ways to build bone and decrease tumor growth in multiple myeloma bone disease.
Indiana residents who have recovered from COVID-19 can donate blood for research that will help improve testing, develop treatments and better understand the resulting health complications from the disease.
What we feed our young children—including certain baby formulas—could be interfering with the healthy development of their lungs. Researchers examined the effects of different forms of vitamin E on lung development during early childhood. They found that too much of one form could be detrimental to growing children.