Headlines

  • Brain changes

    A new study led by Thomas McAllister reports nonconcussion head impacts may still cause changes in the brain.

  • Healthy new year

    New healthy food choices will be available at IU Health downtown facilities starting next year.

  • Medical partnership

    IUSM and Marian University's College of Osteopathic Medicine have teamed up to enhance anatomical education.

  • Spring seminars

    Larry Einhorn kicks off the Medical Humanities and Health Studies Program's 2014 Spring Seminar Series on Jan. 16.

  • Micromovements

    Movements that are so minute they cannot be detected by the human eye may hold answers to autism spectrum disorder.

  • Autism screening

    A system developed by IUSM and Regenstrief Institute scientists can help pediatricians screen for autism risk in toddlers.

  • Spectacular images

    Votes are needed for two images from the IU Light Microscopy Imaging Center, both finalists in a national cell imaging competition.

  • Blocking the pain

    IU scientists have co-authored a new study in Science that uses grasshopper mouse neurons to advance pain research.

  • Reaching its goal

    The Indiana Biosciences Research Institute, which includes support from IU, has reached a fundraising milestone.

  • Library director

    Gabriel R. Rios will join the IU School of Medicine in January as director of the Ruth Lilly Medical Library.

  • InterFACE Center

    The new research center aims to better understand and treat brain-injury-induced emotional issues.

  • Implementation science

    Malaz Boustani will lead a new center that "embeds" researchers within the local health care system to lower costs and improve care.

  • Sneak peek

    The community can tour the new Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital and Eskenazi Health campus during an upcoming event.

  • Cancer predictor

    An IU research team led by Murray Korc has found blood molecules that could help diagnose pancreatic cancer.

  • Partners in Philanthropy

    Rafat Abonour was among those honored as the 2013 IU Partners in Philanthropy.

  • 'Top Docs'

    IU School of Medicine faculty were among area physicians recognized as "Top Docs."

  • Freshman to Physician

    IUSM-Northwest will host an event to expose regional students to the study of medicine.

  • President's Award

    Joseph Mamlin, a founding member of AMPATH, has been awarded the IU President's Medal for Excellence.

  • OPTIMISTIC

    A new study aims to reduce avoidable hospitalizations among nursing home residents.

  • Hospital changes

    IU Health Methodist and University hospitals will consolidate maternity center locations starting Nov. 4.