Basic and Clinical Science Departments
Strong National Research Funding
IU School of Medicine scientists and physicians were awarded more than $214.8 million in research funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in 2022.
As the research program at IU School of Medicine grows, so do the benefits to Indiana and beyond. According to a 2021 report by United for Medical Research, every $1 million in NIH funding awarded to Indiana researchers created 12 jobs and $2.74 million in economic activity. Based on that data, IU School of Medicine’s 2022 NIH funding is responsible for more than 2,032 jobs and an estimated $589 million in economic activity in Indiana—more than half of the total $1.01 billion in economic activity generated in Indiana from all NIH funding in the state.
An emphasis on team science and prioritization by leadership have allowed IU School of Medicine faculty to grow their expertise in strategic areas of research to maximize the school’s impact on both medical science and public health.
Faculty Research Labs
Faculty throughout IU School of Medicine work together to advance knowledge and treatment for patients in the world's most critical areas of medicine.
Graduate and Postdoctoral Programs
IU School of Medicine graduate programs uplift future scientists and the research on which medicine rests.
Researchers investigate connection between loss of motivation and Alzheimer’s disease progression
IU School of Medicine | Apr 25, 2022
Protein that drives the development of alcohol-associated liver disease identified by IU researchers