Weekly Features


  • Community outreach

    IUSM-Terre Haute students displayed a commitment to public health at the 10th Terre Haute Health Community Health Fair.

  • Ten years of care

    The IU Health Proton Therapy Center will celebrate 10 years of innovative cancer treatment during a special ceremony.

  • Stethoscope Ceremony

    Starting their journey

    Kenya's Moi University medical students participate in a special ceremony before they enter their first year of clinical experience.

  • Building a better mouse model

    IUSM researcher have created a more effective mouse model for neurofibromatosis type 2.

  • Diversity Week

    Dr. Marc Nivet is the keynote speaker for IUSM's 12th annual Diversity Week Speakers Series will kick off Jan. 22.

  • One block at a time

    Hoosier contractor Michael Greven is leading a construction project to build a new chronic disease care facility in Kenya.

  • Message from Jay Hess

    IU School of Medicine Dean Jay Hess reflects on his first 100 days on the job.

  • IUSM concert

    Holiday cheer

    The IUSM Orchestra and musicians of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra recently performed for the Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health.

  • A new hospital

    After four years, the Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital and Eskenazi Health campus will open Dec. 7.

  • Collection effort

    Susan Cordes and her husband, Kyle, spend countless hours collecting surgical equipment for patients in Kenya.

  • krannert institute

    Honoring 50 years

    Past and present faculty, students and staff of the Krannert Institute celebrated the institute's 50 years during a recent gala.

  • art show

    Art and medicine

    The IU School of Medicine Art Exhibition highlighted the artistic skills of faculty, staff and students.

  • kenya dinner

    Kenya Gala

    Hundreds of guests celebrated the work of the AMAPTH program during a recent gala.

  • Translational research

    Indiana CTSI has received nearly $30 million to continue its mission accelerating research discoveries across Indiana and beyond.

  • visualizing disease

    'Visualizing Disease'

    A new Lilly Library exhibition is believed to be the first of its kind, drawing together images of various diseases, internal lesions and dermatological conditions in a single display.

  • The story of 'Sound Medicine'

    For more than a decade, this weekly radio program has helped share advances in medicine and health care.

  • Part of a tradition

    Four teams from IUSM hit the water for this year's IUPUI Regatta.

  • Surgery Skills

    Surgical boot camp

    The IU School of Medicine has opened a new Surgical Skills Training Center as part of an innovative curriculum.

  • Welcome message

    Jay L. Hess, the new dean of the IU School of Medicine, is ready for a new school year.

  • AMPATH visit

    IU President Michael A. McRobbie's trip to Africa included a tour of the AMPATH project, which has been tackling the HIV pandemic in western Kenya for more than two decades.