Recent News2020-05-29T10:58:51-04:00
image of a virus particle
The research road can often be long with slow cumulative results, but progress behind the scenes is what can make meaningful changes in healthcare protocols or treatments for diseases. And
headshot of Evan Jordan, PhD
A collaborative research project between Indiana University Bloomington School of Public Health and Luddy School of Informatics, and the Indiana University School of Medicine is positioned to begin phase one
Reciprocal innovation graphic
Two collaborations between Indiana University (IU) School of Medicine pediatric faculty members and their colleagues in Kenya received Global Health Reciprocal Innovation grants to implement interventions aimed at improving the
On Thursday, June 23, the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) hosted its inaugural team building event. Employees of the Indiana CTSI gathered to enjoy Ritter’s Frozen Custard, camaraderie,
All IN for Health Timeline logo
Here are some images of the All IN for Health team at the St. Joseph County 4-H Fair! All IN for Health will also be traveling to Elkhart County for
In January of 2020, Connections IN Health began the county engagement project. Grant County was the first to see the benefits of the engagement. Grant County was chosen by the
Women in science working
Indiana University School of Medicine researchers, April Savoy, PhD, and Heba Ismail, PhD, together with Indiana University School of Nursing researcher Andrea Cohee, PhD, have had their recent article, “Emotional
scrabble tiles with equity spelled out
Join the Hoosier Health and Wellness Alliance (HHWA) on September 21, 2022 from 9am-noon EST for a virtual discussion on the challenges and successes communities across Indiana have faced when
headshot of Lauren Nephew, MD
In a retrospective cohort study of adults referred for liver transplant to the Indiana University Academic Medical Center from 2011 through 2018, it was concluded that patients from high poverty
arthur cross-najafi
IU School of Medicine student Arthur Cross-Najafi has been selected for an Excellence in Research Award from the American College of Surgeons (ACS). He will be recognized for this honor

Get Involved with Indiana CTSI