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  • Letters for Kent

    The IUSM Class of 2009 is collecting letters for classmate Kent Brantly, who was recently infected with Ebola.

  • Regenstrief relocation

    The Regenstrief Institute will relocate to a new facility on the IUSM campus in Indianapolis in mid-2015.

  • New roles

    Lang Li has been named director of the Center of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, plus other appointments.

  • Expanding care

    IUSM-Terre Haute students will celebrate the launch of their new outreach clinic with an open house on Aug. 8.

  • Genetic discovery

    Chunyan He is a lead author on an international study proving both parents' genes influence the age of sexual maturity in girls.

  • New appointment

    Andrea L. Pfeifle has been named the first assistant dean and director of the IU Center for Interprofessional Health Education and Practice.

  • New appointments

    Three IUSM faculty members have been selected to help lead the school's diversity affairs.

  • Domino effect

    IU researchers have identified events that cause bone marrow inflammation and can lead to blood disorders and cancer.

  • Collaborative learning

    IUSM and IUPUI will collaborate with Eli Lilly to provide working scientists access to advanced degree programs.

  • Flipping the channel

    An IUSM study found indications of less mature brain development in young men who watched more violence on television.

  • Fostering research

    IUSM faculty members will direct two new centers under initial funds from the IUPUI Signature Centers Initiative.

  • Supper with the dean

    Supper with the Dean

    See photos from IUSM Dean Jay L. Hess' third get-to-know-you event with medical students.

  • Lighting a spark

    The Indiana CTSI leads a new effort to spark collaborations between Midwest medical schools and the pharmaceutical industry.

  • New role

    David Crabb will transition from his position as chair of the Department of Medicine to an expanded role at Eskenazi Health in 2015.

  • Forward looking

    InScope shares a personal and in-depth profile on IUSM Dean Jay L. Hess, courtesy of the spring 2014 edition of "IU Medicine."

  • Alcoholism gene

    IUSM researchers are part of an international team that found 11 genes that can successfully predict an increased risk of alcoholism.

  • National initiative

    The U.S. Department of Defense and the NCAA will fund $30 million in concussion research at IU, Michigan and Wisconsin.

  • Presidential visit

    IU President Michael A. McRobbie recently toured the future site of the IU School of Medicine-Evansville.

  • Jay Hess with students

    Supper time

    IU School of Medicine students are sitting down with Jay L. Hess for "Supper With the Dean."

  • 1 million served

    AMPATH's home-based counseling and HIV/AIDS testing program recently reached its 1 millionth person in western Kenya.