Ready to graduate after an early foundation in science
through Indiana CTSI Aishat Audu and Anna Martin interned in the ACS Project SEED program at Eli Lilly and Company during high school through the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute. The experience prepared and encouraged them to study science in college. They were recognized as Top 100 undergraduate students at IUPUI and are planning to graduate in the spring.
Summer poster session from Project STEM, Project SEED and
More than 100 students are back in class after spending their summer working with mentors from Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute. They took part in the Indiana CTSI Project STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) program, Project SEED (Summer Experience for the Economically Disadvantaged) program and Future Scientists program.
3D Innovations Lab Brian Overshiner, BS, RT, is the head medical 3D printer technician at the IU Health 3D Innovations Lab. His team is finding ways to implement digital technology into medical practice.
Treatment for amyloidosis developed at IU School of Medicine Merrill Benson, MD talks about FDA-approved drug for amyloidosis developed with support from Indiana CTSI.
Indiana CTSI 10th Anniversary
The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2019.
IU nurse invents medical device for people with sickle cell disease
With help from the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, Indiana University Health nurse Abi Huskins has created a new medical device that keeps people with sickle cell safer by providing a more enclosed, transparent cover for their port sites.