Spotlights & Profiles

Student Spotlights

  • AMA meeting

    The IU School of Medicine will host this year's American Medical Association - Medical Student Section Region V Meeting.

  • Community leadership

    A special program provides a gateway for future physicians who wish to serve their communities through nonprofits.

  • Himalayan mission

    IUSM-Northwest student Neal Shah won't soon forget his medical mission to the Himalayan Mountain region.

  • Representing IU

    Nuclear medical technology student Paige Nilles has been named a representative to the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging.

  • Best of both worlds

    A special program allows student Vanessa Gehring to pursue future careers in both science and song.

  • A student's perspective

    Stefan Tarnawsky answers questions about what it's like to be an M.D./Ph.D. student.

  • Stache Bash

    IUSM-South Bend students and faculty were a little hairier last month as they helped raise funds through "Stache Bash."

  • Rural medicine

    First-year medical student Jeremy Sherer is enrolled in the Rural Health Program at the IU School of Medicine-Terre Haute.

  • Bringing it home

    Kenyan medical student Abdullahi Madey aims to use lessons from the IU School of Medicine to improve his home country.

  • On the medical track

    Student Asad Torabi has chosen to pursue all four years of his medical degree at a regional medical education center.

  • Jumping into medicine

    Nigerian-born Ikechukwu Okafo switched from a career in engineering to his "true calling" -- medicine.

  • Walter Mogeni

    The Kenyan medical student said his time at the IU School of Medicine taught him "more than I could have ever imaged."

  • Governor's Award

    The IU Student Outreach Clinic has been honored with a Governor's Service Award.

  • Family business

    An IU medical student wants to help others while also following in her parents' footsteps.

  • Serving others

    A medical student's past propelled him to seek a career where he can help others.

  • Ready for the future

    IUPUI senior Emily Potts' experiences with IUSM and AMPATH inspired her desire to pursue a career in health care.

  • Gold Humanism

    This year's student, resident and faculty inductees into the Gold Humanism Honor Society have been announced.

  • A new challenge

    Janice Farlow balances service as IU's student trustee with her role as an M.D./Ph.D. student at the IU School of Medicine.

  • 'Shave the Date'

    IU medical students paid tribute to one of their own with "Shave the Date," a carnival and fundraiser.

  • Serving the community

    The IU Student Outreach Clinic celebrated its fifth year of providing free health care to Indianapolis residents.