Marian University in Indianapolis has named the founding dean of an Atlanta-area medical school to head up the school for
osteopathic doctors it plans to open in 2012.
Indiana University’s president says IU this fall will launch a $1.1 billion fund-raising campaign aimed at expanding the IUPUI
campus’ life science programs.
Clarian Health and the Indiana University School of Medicine want their planned neurosciences hub to become a destination
for patients suffering
from brain, nerve and mental maladies—and for the government and industry research dollars that can
fuel advances in care.
A partnership between Indiana University School of Medicine and a medical school and hospital in Kenya has received an additional
$5 million grant from the U.S. Agency for International Development to expand health care services in the African nation.
St. Francis and Westview hospitals are open to hosting the osteopathic-medicine school proposed by the Indianapolis Catholic
The tiny Catholic institution in Indianapolis has $30 million raised toward new college that could train nearly half as many
students as the Indiana University medical school.
Indiana University is reorganizing its Cyclotron Facility to shift oversight to its School of Medicine. The Bloomington campus’
vice provost for research previously had overseen the cyclotron, which treats cancer patients with proton therapy.
Indiana University, which has received nearly $600 million from the endowment over the last three decades, will leverage the
new gift to increase its
scientific discoveries and commercialize life science innovations.
A state law that went into effect July 1 attempts to attract young physicians and mental health practitioners to underserved
areas by forgiving part of their student loans. But Indiana’s budget woes prevented lawmakers from allocating funds
to support the program.
For the last two months, two academics at Indiana University and Purdue University have been discussing how the institutions
can work together to rev up research in medicine and life sciences and, in the process, boost Indiana’s economy.