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About Indiana University School of Medicine
Indiana University School of Medicine is one of the nation's premier medical schools and is a leader and innovator in medical education, research and clinical care. The country's largest medical school, IU School of Medicine educates more than 1,600 medical and graduate degree students on nine campuses in Indiana, and its faculty holds more than $350 million in research grants and contracts to advance the School's missions of preparing healers and transforming health. For more information please visit http://medicine.iu.edu.
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A new study by Indiana University School of Medicine and the Regenstrief Institute provides the strongest evidence to date to support recommendations that average risk patients can safely opt for an annual, easy-to-use home stool test instead of a screening colonoscopy.
As the country continues to grapple with the opioid epidemic, researchers have developed a new test that can measure pain biomarkers in the blood. The test is believed to provide doctors with an objective understanding of how much pain a patient could actually be experiencing.
GenomOncology to provide clinical researchers with real-time clinical trial matching in support of IU's Grand Challenge Precision Health Initiative
NX Prenatal Announces Key Clinical Validation Trial of its Exosome-Based Blood Test for Preterm Birth Risk in Collaboration with Indiana University School of Medicine
NX Prenatal, a privately held women's healthcare molecular diagnostic company, announced today that it has entered into a collaboration with Indiana University School of Medicine to further validate its early pregnancy biomarker panels that predict Spontaneous Preterm Birth (SPTB) and to further develop its biomarker panels for Preeclampsia (PE).
Higher rates in blacks appear to be linked to access to screening
Collaboration to receive $3.4 million over 5 years from AHRQ and PCORI
New center will be a central Indiana nexus for advanced diabetes research and talent attraction
Vascugen Licenses Stem Cell Technology for Blood Vessel Regeneration Developed at IU School of Medicine
Company is developing adult stem cell-based therapies for patients with incurable vascular conditions
IU Researchers Report Problems With Sense of Smell May Point to Build-Up of Protein Linked to Alzheimer's Disease
In a study of 34 older patients, researchers at Indiana University School of Medicine found that those who scored less well on a standard test of smell were more likely to have more tau protein concentrations in their brains, particularly in regions associated with the sense of smell.
IU School of Medicine scientists and physicians brought in more than $135M in research funding from the NIH in federal fiscal year 2017.
Researchers at Indiana University School of Medicine have successfully developed a method to grow hairy skin from mouse pluripotent stem cells-a discovery that could lead to new approaches to model disease and new therapies for the treatment of skin disorders and cancers.
Indiana University School of Medicine Awarded Prestigious $2.1 Million Grant To Study Traumatic Brain Injury
$25 Million Lilly Endowment Grant To Attract Leading Scientists To Indiana University School of Medicine, Enhance Indiana’s Life Sciences Sector
Common Allergies and Colds Meds Linked To Alzheimer's Disease, Indiana University School of Medicine Scientists Reveal
Eli Lilly And Indiana University School of Medicine Partner On Rotation Program For Medical Students
Indiana University School of Medicine Researchers Identify Biomarkers for Possible Blood Test to Predict Suicide Risk
Indiana University Study: Making Medical Decisions for a Cognitively Impaired Family Member is Complicated
Study: Drinking Beer Can Create the Urge to Consume More Alcohol, Indiana University School of Medicine Reveals