Editor's Picks


  • Alzheimer's symposium

    The Indiana Alzheimer Disease Center will host a free symposium for caregivers and health care providers Sept. 20.

  • Flu shots available

    IUPUI Campus Health is now offering flu shots at locations across campus.

  • Team science expert

    Michelle Bennett, a national expert on collaboration in sciences at the NIH, will lead a town hall meeting.

  • Open positions

    IUSM seeks an assistant dean, a student assessment director and a chair of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery.

  • Education expert

    An award-winning educator will lead a workshop on principles that inform the IUSM curriculum reform process on Aug. 23.

  • Biospecimen access

    A new consolidated request service will provide access to biospecimens from sources across the IU School of Medicine.

  • Top Docs

    Indianapolis Monthly magazine is accepting nominations for the 2013 edition of "Top Docs."

  • Values Fund

    Application forms and instructions are available for the 2014-16 IU Health Values Fund grants.

  • Professors sought

    The IU School of Medicine-Lafayette seeks two people for two half?time, 12?month clinical assistant professor of medicine.

  • Nominations sought

    Faculty nominations are sought to select fourth year medical student inductees into the Gold Humanism Honor Society.

  • Volunteers needed

    IU School of Medicine faculty members are sought to assist with admissions reviews and third-year skills training.

  • Grant writing seminars

    The Grant Training Center will host workshops on submitting grant proposals to the NIH and NSF at IUPUI.

  • Assistant dean sought

    Applications for an assistant dean of academic advising and career mentoring are due May 29.

  • Director sought

    The IU School of Medicine seeks a director to serve as the senior administrative leader for the Ruth Lilly Medical Library.

  • Spirit of Medicine

    Applications are open for a course focused on analyzing great works as they apply to the human spirit and medicine.

  • Kuali Coeus IRB

    Sign up for the IU Office of Research Compliance newsletter for updates on Kuali Coeus IRB implementation.

  • Research coordinator training

    The Research Coordinator Education program will offer Level 3 research coordinator training on a biannual basis.

  • Cancer research

    The Translational Cancer Biology Training Program seeks pre-doctoral students who wish to pursue a career in cancer research.

  • Researcher training

    Training sessions on lab animal care, research registries, patient databases and biostatistics will be offered in April and May.

  • Poster abstracts

    Submit abstracts for posters to be presented at Cancer Research Day at the IU Simon Cancer Center.