Weekly Features


  • Positivity and proton therapy

    Rachel DiGregorio, a brain tumor patient at the IU Health Proton Therapy Center, inspires as she faces treatment with an unwaveringly positive attitude.

  • M. Nabil Shabeeb

    White Coat Ceremony

    The IU School of Medicine welcomed its largest incoming class as 344 first-year medical students at the annual White Coat Ceremony.

  • New investments

    A biotechnology company based upon IU School of Medicine research received new investment to advance the fight against pediatric leukemias.

  • Intern and mentor

    Summer research

    Medical, undergraduate and high school students came together for a lunch celebrating three programs that provide students the chance to work under an experienced mentor at the IU School of Medicine.

  • Record class

    IU School of Medicine-Northwest welcomes its largest class of third-year medical students

  • D. Craig Brater

    Celebrating Craig Brater

    A retirement reception has honored D. Craig Brater, M.D., dean of the IU School of Medicine, who will retire after 27 years of service to IU.

  • Jeff and Margo Waibel and children Tillie, 10 months (center); Blake, 5 (back row, right) and Summer, 4 (back row, left)

    Advancing children's research

    The new Children's Clinical Research Center at the IU School of Medicine will advance research to benefit children such as Tillie Waibel.

  • reunion

    Alumni Weekend

    Nearly 350 IU School of Medicine alumni reunited and four distinguished alumni were honored during the 2013 Alumni Weekend May 18 at the NCAA Hall of Champions.

  • Sam Scott

    Senior Banquet

    IU School of Medicine students, faculty and staff celebrated the Class of 2013 at the Senior Banquet and Awards Ceremony.

  • Art at Glick

    Art created by 23 artists with Indiana ties is now on display at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Eye Institute.

  • Pennies for Patients

    Hamilton County students who raised funds for the Indiana Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society met IUSM faculty who study and treat blood cancers.

  • CHUCKSTRONG Tailgate Gala

    CHUCKSTRONG Tailgate Gala pushed funds raised for research at the IU Simon Cancer Center to more than $1.1 million.

  • Kevin Nowak and Sam Corey

    Evening of the Arts

    The 22nd annual Evening of the Arts, a program that showcases the talents of IU School of Medicine students, took place April 13.

  • voluneer planting

    Spring House Calls

    More than 100 medical students volunteered at Spring House Calls, which provides yard care to elderly and disabled homeowners.

  • Joining forces

    Clinical research at the IU School of Medicine has helped reduce Vietnam War veteran John Raley's pain.

  • woman in purple hijab

    Hunger Banquet

    The fifth annual IUPUI Hunger Banque was a night of food and live entertainment that raised awareness about disparities across the globe.

  • Chiba Ene and family

    Match Day

    More than 300 fourth-year medical students participated in Match Day, where they learned where they will spend the next several years in residency.

  • A stunning image

    Jane Stout, a researcher in the lab of Claire Walczak, Ph.D., has won the international GE Healthcare Life Sciences 2012 Cell Imaging Competition.

  • Football research

    Richard Kovacs tested every player at the NFL Scouting Combine as part of a research effort to keep players' hearts healthy.

  • New fellows

    Two faculty members have been sworn in as new fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.