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The Morris Green Physician Scientist Development Program provides additional resources and mentor opportunities for fellows interested in becoming physician scientists or academic leaders.

The Division of Adult Nephrology at the IU School of Medicine provides additional research, clinical and mentorship opportunities and oversees a combined NIH T32 trainee program with the Pediatric Nephrology Division with slots available to pediatric nephrology fellows. Additionally, dual adult and pediatric nephrology fellowship programs are available.

The Indiana CTSI is a statewide partnership among Indiana’s top research universities – Indiana University, Purdue University, and the University of Notre Dame – and the Regenstrief Institute.

The Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research conducts basic science and translational research within the Department of Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine. The Wells Center is home to more than 250 faculty investigators, staff and trainees seeking answers to the most pressing questions related to childhood illness.

The Ryan White Center for Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Global Health in the Department of Pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine is a national leader in global pediatric infectious disease clinical care, research and education

Pediatric Accelerator for Careers Engaged in Research (PACER) provides training and support for faculty who will engage in pediatrics focused health services research.

The Regenstrief Foundation and the Regenstrief Institute were established by Sam and his wife Myrtie on the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus in 1969. They believed the modern advances in technology and processes in industry which made Sam successful could be applied to health care systems and research.

The Indiana University George M. O’Brien Center has, for the last 20 years, developed a unique, highly interactive, integrated and synergistic team of physicians, basic scientists, computer scientists, engineers and a highly trained and committed technical support team to provide local, national and international users cutting edge intravital optical microscopy and 3-dimensional quantitative digital image analysis of the kidney.

Training pathways are two year certificate programs that provide residents and fellows with additional knowledge, skills and professional preparation alongside their chosen medical specialty. Participation in a training pathway occurs concurrently with residency or fellowship training.

Support for pediatric research at IU School of Medicine is substantial. From state-of-the-art facilities and high-tech equipment to staffing and resources to help faculty build basic science laboratories and clinical or translational studies, the Department of Pediatrics and IU School of Medicine demonstrate a commitment to providing an excellent environment for research success. This support also includes mentoring, funding opportunities and specialized skill training.

Research centers in the Department of Pediatrics at IU School of Medicine are nationally renowned for multi-disciplinary, leading-edge studies in child health care and health care policy. IU School of Medicine pediatrics faculty collaborate with physicians and scientists throughout the United States and internationally to develop breakthroughs in new treatments and therapies for pediatric patients.