Faculty investigators throughout IU School of Medicine—in various academic departments and campuses—are advancing medical research in state-of-the-art laboratories that bring together the interests and expertise of school faculty, students and postdoctoral fellows as well as scientists in partner institutions and industry. Faculty leading IU School of Medicine laboratories are focusing on a broad range.
Teaching faculty at IU School of Medicine–Bloomington have active research labs and collaboratively study areas of cellular medicine, including Basic Mechanisms of Disease, Cancer Cell Biology, Cell Signaling and Development, Epigenetics, Genomics and Chromatin, Educational Research. Explore the faculty labs in Bloomingon.
Studies carried out in the DeVault Otologic Research Lab focus on speech perception and language development in children and have improved understanding of children’s adaptive behavior development and executive function. The lab is staffed by a multi-disciplinary team of research and teaching faculty, a speech-language pathologist and a SOCRA-trained clinical coordinator, who together carry out basic and clinical research for the Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery.