Faculty Labs

Successful biomedical research demands collaboration among scientists with varying specialties. Faculty investigators throughout IU School of Medicine’s 26 academic departments work together to advance knowledge and treatment for patients in the world’s most critical areas of medicine. These scientists and physician investigators are recognized as the nation’s leading experts in their fields and operate research labs that focus on specialty areas of medical research. Researchers across the school’s nine campuses explore disease and treatment options in exceptional research facilities and are supported with administrative and compliance support.

Emergency Medicine

Nathan Alves, PhD

Research in the Alves Lab focuses on the interdisciplinary development of translational technologies, treatments and techniques that can be used to have a positive impact on people’s lives. A chemical and bimolecular engineer, Nathan Alves, PhD, encourages researchers to apply engineering principles and designs to create translational technologies for clinical implementation.

Alves Lab

Jeff Kline, MD

Jeff Kline, MD, is a translational researcher in the area of venous thromboembolism, and his lab conducts clinical and applied laboratory research intended to improve the therapeutic index of all steps of venous thromboembolism diagnosis and treatment.

Kline Lab

Ophthalmology

Tim Corson, PhD

The Corson Lab applies chemical biology to issues relating to eye disease, including age-related macular degeneration and other neovascular eye diseases. The research team is also exploring the biology of and potential therapies for pediatric ocular cancer retinoblastoma.

Corson Lab