February 26, 2015
The Indiana Alzheimer Disease Center has significantly boosted its resources for treating and researching the genetic underpinnings of Alzheimer's disease with an additional grant of $300,000 per year from the National Institutes of Health.
IU researchers: Pancreatic cancer patients with particular gene signature may benefit from personalized treatmentFebruary 26, 2015
Cancer researchers at Indiana University report that about 15 percent of people with pancreatic cancer may benefit from therapy targeting a newly identified gene signature.
February 25, 2015
The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation seeks individuals who suffer from memory and cognition problems related to traumatic brain injury for a study evaluating the effectiveness of treatment with a drug commonly used to treat Alzheimer's disease.
February 23, 2015
Kenneth H. Carlson has been named director of the Clinical Trials Office for University Clinical Affairs at Indiana University.
February 20, 2015
Six Indiana University researchers and scholars have been promoted to distinguished professor, the highest academic rank the university can bestow upon its faculty.
February 19, 2015
With more than one in four older Americans dying in a nursing home -- including 70 percent of Americans with advanced dementia -- an editorial published in the Journal of the American Medical Directors Association calls for bold action to improve the care and support.
IU medical students join Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis to educate on risks of drugs and alcoholFebruary 16, 2015
Students from the Indiana University School of Medicine are teaming up with Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis to provide positive, anti-drug messages -- as well as some basic education on health and the human body -- to children from urban school districts across the city.
February 12, 2015
Low-income obese white women uniformly reported that weight negatively affects their lives and causes health problems. But half of their black contemporaries are comfortable with obesity, according to a new Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University Center for Aging Research study.