Spotlights & Profiles

Faculty & Staff Spotlights

  • Welcome reception

    The Glick Eye Institute will welcome new faculty and researchers with a special reception on Sept. 6.

  • Financial mentor

    Jose Espada credits the influence of past mentors for his hands-on approach to financial aid services.

  • Program manager

    Paula Parker-Sawyers, former deputy mayor of Indianapolis, has joined the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute.

  • Parasite fighters

    Bill Sullivan and Christian Konrad are working to treat a surprisingly common -- and incurable -- brain parasite.

  • 36 years of service

    Judy E. Kosegi has retired from the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences after 36 years of service.

  • New surgeons

    Husband-and-wife surgeons David Feliciano and Grace Rozycki recently joined the IU School of Medicine.

  • Graduate leadership

    Randy R. Brutkiewicz, professor of microbiology and immunology, has been named associate dean for graduate studies.

  • Kidney collaboration

    Bonnie Blazer-Yost and colleagues aim to explore the impact of a diabetes drug on polycystic kidney disease.

  • Lung cancer professor

    John J. Turchi will be named the first holder of the Tom and Julie Wood Family Foundation Professor in Lung Cancer Research.

  • Chemo care

    Rudolph Navari has received $2.1 million to address chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.

  • Confucius Institute

    Zao C. Xu recently celebrated five years as founding director of the Confucius Institute at IUPUI.

  • Summit for Someone

    Anesthesiologist Brandon Kibby, D.O., will climb the highest peak in the Western Hemisphere in November.

  • Innovation officer

    Jon Duke, M.D., is the lead investigator on a partnership between Merck and the Regenstrief Institute.

  • Art & health

    Herron's Helen Sanematsu is helping community groups tackle health-related issues.

  • Hua-Chen Chang

    Cancer patients could live longer, healthier lives thanks to research led by scientists such as Hua-Chen Chang.

  • Mark Turrentine

    The professor of surgery received an award for his efforts to bring cardiac surgery to children overseas.

  • International doctor prep

    Jennifer Custer has received the Sutton Award for contributions to study abroad programs.

  • Home run for bones

    Researcher Stuart Warden tests baseball players to discover the benefits of exercise on bone health.

  • Titus Schleyer

    A pioneer in the field of health care informatics will lead the Center for Biomedical Informatics at the Regenstrief Institute.

  • Making an impression

    Matthew Holley is again in the limelight as one of IBJ's "Forty Under 40" to watch.