Headlines

  • State of the Medical School

    IUSM Dean Jay Hess will kick off the Spring Faculty Meeting with a State of the Medical School address.

  • New medical center

    IU trustees are moving forward on a $69.5 million, 170,000-square-foot academic medical education and research center in Evansville.

  • Plans to relocate

    The IU Research and Technology Corp. will move into a repurposed building at the site of the former Wishard Hospital.

  • Improving impact

    Community organizations are exploring how they can work with researchers to tackle Indiana's health issues.

  • Community investment

    The Lake County Medical Society presented $100,000 to IUSM-Northwest to support the campus's growing student body.

  • Taking a stand

    Sharon Moe urged Congress to spur scientific innovation in kidney research through federal prize competitions.

  • Mark Brothers Award

    Dean Li of the University of Utah will deliver the 2014 Mark Brothers Award Lecture.

  • Spring House Calls

    IUSM students will lend a helping hand to three Indianapolis neighborhoods on April 5.

  • Academic advisors

    Faculty are sought for a new academic advising program for medical students at the IU School of Medicine.

  • Match Day

    Get important facts and figures on the IU School of Medicine Class of 2014's Match Day results.

  • Newborn hearts

    Simon Conway and his colleagues have shed new light on a poorly understood period of heart development.

  • #MedChat

    Emily Webber is the next participant in a new online conversation series about medical topics.

  • Faculty education

    Kathleen "Kiki" Boyd will lead efforts to prepare faculty to teach curriculum supported by IUSM's $1 million AMA grant.

  • Basic science

    The Indiana CTSI has awarded grants to 17 scientists across the state in support of basic science research projects.

  • DNA screening

    An IU and Regenstrief study in the NEJM says a DNA test could deliver a new non-invasive colorectal cancer screening.

  • Cancer research

    A $2 million gift from the Efroymson Family Fund has helped bring an internationally known cancer researcher to IU.

  • Otolaryngology chair

    Marion Couch has been selected to lead the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.

  • Top ranked

    U.S. News and World Report has given the IU School of Medicine high marks on the education of primary care physicians.

  • Interim director

    Carl Marfurt has been named interim director of the IUSM-South Bend campus. He will begin his new duties May 1.

  • New appointment

    Himanshu Shah, associate professor of clinical radiology, has been appointed interim chair of radiology, effective June 1.