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  • 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.

  • Admissions committee

    Faculty can positively influence the lives of students interested in medical careers as members of the IU School of Medicine Admissions Committee.

  • Genetic testing

    IU and Paradigm will team up for a new clinical trial to genetically test women who have an aggressive form of breast cancer.

  • Celebrating grads

    The IU School of Medicine will graduate 399 physicians, scientists and researchers May 10.

  • 'Positioned to influence'

    IUSM Dean Jay L. Hess recently presented his vision for the medical school, including plans for the former Wishard site.

  • Future of care

    IU researchers highlighted the Center for Health Innovation and Implementation Science in Washington, D.C.

  • Public health threat

    IU's chair of orthopaedic surgery is the lead author on the first study to analyze trampoline fracture patterns in a large population.

  • Alumni Weekend

    Four distinguished alumni will be honored at the 2014 IUSM Alumni Weekend. Attendance registration is due May 9.

  • Farewell receptions

    Several staff and faculty members will be recognized at farewell receptions in the VanNuys Medical Science Building Atrium.

  • 'Ethics at the Crossroads'

    The IU Center for Bioethics will host an international conference for bioethicists May 7 at the IUPUI Campus Center.

  • Locally grown

    The Eskenazi Health Farmers' Market will kick off its seventh season on May 6.

  • Saving billions

    An IU-Regenstrief study shows that a new patient- and caregiver-centered model of care cuts health care costs and improves the health of older adults.

  • 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.