Should you avoid red meat? No. Should you strive for 10,000 steps a day? Not unless you just want to. So says Dr. Aaron Carroll, a pediatrician and researcher at the Indiana University School of Medicine who sees it as his life’s calling to debunk what he considers health myths and weak medical research.
Base undergraduate tuition and fees for Indiana residents on the West Lafayette campus will remain under $10,000 per year.
The trials, which will begin in 2020, are part of a sweeping, five-year, $42 million federal research program known as Implementing Genomics in Practice. The first trial will examine whether early access to patients’ genomic data can help with treatment of high blood pressure, hypertension and chronic kidney disease.
The school announced Friday it has purchased a new supercomputer—dubbed Big Red 200—for $9.6 million to support advanced research in artificial intelligence, machine learning, data analytics and scientific and medical research.
With artificial intelligence disrupting both high-tech and traditional industries, universities are searching for new ways to prepare students for the fast-changing field.
School officials said Tuesday it will be part of a pilot program recommended by a consulting firm.
This month, Saxton took on an additional position—vice president for business development at Regenstrief Institute, a medical-research organization based in Indianapolis.
The three-day event at the JW Marriott downtown is expected to bring together more than 2,500 leaders from colleges, universities and technology firms.
The State Budget Committee signed off Wednesday on IU's plan to accelerate the overhaul of the Foster and McNutt complexes.
The school will be called the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design following the record donation.
The Lilly Library at Indiana University—home to more than 450,000 rare books, 8.5 million manuscripts and 150,000 sheets of music—hasn’t had a significant interior renovation since it opened in 1960.
Fred Cate, vice president for research at Indiana University, says data and privacy issues in the United States will always be difficult because an open society means people weigh their independence against the inconvenience of security.
The magazine’s report also found that at least 65 percent of graduates at Indiana’s top three law schools leave with debt, and that the average debt is greater than $90,000.
Researchers say they are particularly interested in developing therapies for osteosarcopenia, a condition marked by the loss of bone density and muscle mass, common in older people.
Indiana University has renamed its School of Public and Environmental Affairs after alumnus and former U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill.
Indiana University has launched a support program at all its campuses that school officials hope will lead to an onslaught of startups coming out of the school.
Michael McRobbie has weathered the Great Recession, a higher education affordability crisis, and a nationwide reckoning about the very purpose of college in his 12 years as president.
Joseph Muhler and William Nebergall will be inducted May 2 in Washington, D.C., along with 17 other inventors and innovators.
The Center for Research on Inclusion & Social Policy is in the process of developing several projects, including a study of international migration to Indiana, evictions in Indiana counties and the impact of race on homeownership, based on a recent report by the Brookings Institution.