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  • Strategic Research Initiative

    IU Health's CEO discussed the IU School of Medicine-IU Health Strategic Research Initiative in State of the System Address.

  • Weekend U

    IU School of Medicine neurologist to present at Weekend U, a continuing education conference presented by the IU Alumni Association.

  • Stepping Stones

    Executive Associate Dean Kathy Peck will speak at the Stepping Stones of Women in Leadership series on Feb. 20.

  • Flu season tips

    With the arrival in full force of flu season, take steps to avoid getting this nasty bug.

  • Bioethical challenges

    Karen Rothenberg, a leading expert on legal issues in health care, is the keynote speaker at this year's McDonald Merrill Ketcham Award Lecture on Feb. 7.

  • Brown departs

    Timothy P. Brown has been appointed the first assistant dean for finance and administration at the appointed IU School of Dentistry.

  • Promotion, tenure workshops

    Five workshops are being offered in February to help faculty members successfully prepare for the promotion and tenure process.

  • Riley restrictions

    Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health has put in place temporary dining restrictions to combat the spread of the flu.

  • Life Sciences conference

    The Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series will next focus on the impact of health care reform on the life sciences industry.

  • Get your red on

    The IU School of Medicine community is encouraged to wear red on Friday, Feb. 1, to support the American Heart Association.

  • Curricular reform update

    The Curriculum Council Steering Committee has endorsed the current recommendations for curricular reform as presented by the Curriculum Reform 2.5 Team.

  • Closure dates

    IUPUI Health Services will be closed a portion of the day Jan. 18, and all day Jan. 21 in observance of MLK Day.

  • Enroll now

    Participation in the Occupational Health and Safety Program for Individuals with Animal Exposure is mandatory for those who have direct contact with animals.

  • NSF workshop

    IUPUI and the National Science Foundation will host a workshop Feb. 4 on the foundation's proposal process, among other topics.

  • Welcome to InScope

    This new version of Scope provides more chances to share stories and information with IUSM faculty, staff and students.