Spotlights & Profiles

Faculty & Staff Spotlights

  • Making the list

    Health informatics expert Brian Dixon was named one of this year's "Forty Under 40" by the Indianapolis Business Journal.

  • Feels like home

    Cardiovascular researcher Ching-Pin Chang joined IU after 20 years at Stanford to expand his research horizons.

  • Surrogate advocate

    A study by IU scientist Alexia Torke urges changes to give health care surrogates a greater voice in family member's care.

  • Making his mark

    Francis Marshalleck has risen from humble beginnings to become a leader in his field.

  • Innovative research

    Genetic epidemiologist Chunyan He is on a quest for new insights into genetic risk factors for breast cancer.

  • Serving others

    Radiology faculty member Chang Yueh Ho says a commitment to volunteerism strengthens compassion and respect for others.

  • Linking delirium

    Research led by Babar Ali Khan identifies the first biomarker linked to delirium duration.

  • Practice makes perfect

    IU researcher Gregory Cote has found higher failure rates among some physicians who perform a high-risk endoscopic procedure.

  • Singing all the way

    Neurologist and singer Brandy Matthews combines a love of music with a passion for clinical research and medicine.

  • Under her wing

    IUSM researcher Melissa Kacena has become well known for the many interns she welcomes into her bustling lab.

  • Healing the brain

    Brain surgeon Aaron Cohen-Gadol's passion for his field drives him to make the "impossible possible."

  • Faculty recognition

    Professors Naga P. Chalasani, Bert H. O'Neil and Rajiv Sood have received named titles.

  • Research navigator

    Tammy Sajdyk connects scientists to resources across the state as a research navigator with the Indiana CTSI.

  • Brater Award

    Debra K. Litzelman has been named the first D. Craig Brater Professor of Global Health Education.

  • Spinoza Chair

    Professor Richard Gunderman honored with respected position at the University of Amsterdam.

  • Diving in

    A professor of oncology shares her passion for her work -- and her love of underwater diving.

  • Watanabe Scholars

    Two IUSM researchers have been named August M. Watanabe Translational Scholars.

  • Robotic scrub nurse

    An IU surgeon and Purdue engineer hope to create a robotic assistant for the operating room.

  • Chileshe Mboni

    The only pediatric eye specialist in Zambia, a country of 14 million people, visited the IU School of Medicine.

  • Tamiko McGee

    The new clinical research coordinator aims to "steer faculty in the right direction."