The views expressed in this content represent the perspective and opinions of the author and may or may not represent the position of Indiana University School of Medicine.
As a communications coordinator with the Office of Strategic Communications, Christina develops and implements strategic communications plans and projects for internal and external audiences. Before joining IU School of Medicine, Christina worked as an a...
When Josh Roth, MD joined faculty at Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Urology in 2020, he brought with him an increased focus on pediatric urology, transitional urology in adult patients with congenital genitourinary abnormalities and gender health.
In 2018, urologic oncologist Ronald Boris, MD, MS, geneticist Gail Vance, MD and genitourinary medical oncologist Nabil Adra, MD established a multidisciplinary clinic focused on identifying patients with hereditary renal cell carcinoma (RCC) syndromes.
Researchers at Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology are learning more about how dangerous chemicals pregnant women in Indiana are exposed to can impact their health.
As a medical student, Jason Zappia quickly developed an interest in urology, and is celebrating a match with Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Urology residency this year. But it’s his own person experiences that made him want to become a urologist in the first place.
Many medical students take a gap year during their education, often to pursue research or other career-building opportunities. For Chip Peterson, he spent several years before medical school cultivating a different kind of career: professional open-water swimming.
When Hannah Locke, MD joined the Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology as an assistant professor in 2019, she was clear with the department on what she wanted her clinical focus to be.
At Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Urology, faculty and residents hosted virtual town halls where potential applicants, current residents and faculty members met to discuss what residency training is like at IU.
In her spare time, medical student Nimisha Kumar enjoys different hobbies like weaving, sewing and painting. Working with her hands has always been something she enjoys, but it took her a few years of medical school at Indiana University School of Medicine to realize that’s also what she wanted to do as a doctor.
As a chief resident at Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Urology, Isamu Tachibana, MD is looking forward to finishing his residency training in the spring of 2021. But like many other residents, he’s choosing to continue his training with a urologic oncology fellowship here at IU School of Medicine.