IU School of Medicine centers and institutes support innovative and collaborative basic, clinical and translational research on a broad range of key scientific, medical and health care topics. Research core laboratories provide investigators with specialized scientific services to support their research. The school has more than 500,000 square feet of space available for research activities in a dozen buildings on the Indianapolis campus and additional research resources at its campuses throughout Indiana. Explore the IU School of Medicine Research Guide for details on the school’s research facilities and programs.
Medical Research Programs
Student Research Programs
IU School of Medicine students can enrich their studies and training by participating in a wide range of research opportunities available statewide. Each summer, many students choose to work alongside IU School of Medicine scientists and investigators at other institutions near IU School of Medicine campuses to participate in research programs in areas such as genetics, drug discovery, cancer research, health policy and independent inquiry. Research programs are also available to individuals not currently enrolled as a student of IU School of Medicine.