INDIANAPOLIS – For the fourth-straight year, Indiana University School of Medicine set a school record for research funding received from the National Institutes of Health, demonstrating national leadership in critical fields like Alzheimer’s disease and pediatrics and providing a major boost to the Indiana economy. IU School of Medicine scientists and physicians were awarded over […]
Funding to target Northwest Indiana medical students GARY, Ind.—Through four decades of service, Patrick Bankston, PhD, helped propel medical education forward in Northwest Indiana. Now, a gift from the Lake County Medical Society honors that legacy by endowing a scholarship in his name at Indiana University School of Medicine—Northwest-Gary. The Dr. Patrick Bankston and Lake […]
Indiana University School of Medicine is launching a new admissions opportunity that will enable students to secure placement in a unique educational program that explores critical issues in health care. Students accepted to IU School of Medicine through the new Scholarly Concentrations Priority Placement Program will learn of their admission in December—earlier than many applicants. […]
Some 439 physicians and scientists strode across the stage and on to the next phase of their professional careers Friday, May 10, during Indiana University School of Medicine’s 2019 graduation recognition ceremony. The school’s commitment to improving the health of all Hoosiers was on display, as 114 of the newly graduated physicians will continue at […]
331 students learn where they are headed for residency training as part of annual Match Day INDIANAPOLIS — At precisely noon on Friday, March 15, the IUPUI Campus Center erupted with shrieks of joy and cries of relief as 331 Indiana University School of Medicine students tore open sealed red envelopes to reveal where they […]
Indiana University School of Medicine –Northwest (IUSM-NW) recently celebrated a milestone: 40 years of physician education. What originally began with four students, four decades ago, has now become one of the largest and most innovative medical education centers within the IU School of Medicine.
A group of proteins that act as the body’s built-in line of defense against invading bacteria use a molecular trick to induce bacteria to destroy themselves, researchers at the Indiana University School of Medicine have determined. The research could point the way toward new anti-bacterial treatments that could take on bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics.