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Angie Antonopoulos

Angie Antonopoulos is a Communications Generalist for the Krannert Cardiovascular Research Center at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Previously she served the Department of Surgery and promoted regenerative medicine research. She has more than a decade of experience in health communications for higher education, advocacy, government and contract research organizations.

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IU Krannert investigator earns spot in prestigious ACC Clinical Trials Research Program

Keyur P. Vora, MD, an investigator with the Ischemic Heart Disease Research Program at the Krannert Cardiovascular Research Center at Indiana University School of Medicine, has been selected to join the American College of Cardiology Clinical Trials Research Program for 2024-25. Vora is among a group of 50 participants selected for a comprehensive yearlong professional development program aimed at enhancing the skills and careers of the next generation of leaders in cardiovascular clinical trials research.

Angie Antonopoulos  |  Mar 29, 2024

Krannert Cardiovascular Research Center study brings optimism to pathology resident with sickle cell

Halimat Olaniyan, MD, an Indiana University School of Medicine pathology resident who lives with sickle cell disease, is familiar with the pain her disease causes and the risks associated with the condition. She is hopeful a new study led by the Krannert Cardiovascular Research Center could improve outcomes for patients who have developed heart damage.

Angie Antonopoulos  |  Feb 29, 2024

Dillon leaves legacy of public service

It is with sadness that the Department of Medicine and the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine announce the passing of our colleague, James Christian Dillon, MD, former cardiologist and professor emeritus of medicine for the school, on Nov. 15, 2023. He was 83.

Angie Antonopoulos  |  Nov 20, 2023

Krannert Biennial calls for cardiovascular research abstracts from young investigators

The Krannert Cardiovascular Research Center encourages all cardiovascular trainees, fellows and junior faculty at the assistant professor level to submit an abstract for the Young Investigator Competition at the inaugural Krannert Biennial.

Angie Antonopoulos  |  Apr 06, 2023

IU collaborates with Podiatry Associates of Indiana to bring diabetic foot clinical trials to patients

Investigators from the Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering at Indiana University School of Medicine and the IU Health Comprehensive Wound Care Center have turned to community physicians to reach adult patients with diabetic foot complications. Left untreated, these patients could face disability, including limb amputation.

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1 in 6 people with disabilities or 16.7% in the United States in 2018, had been diagnosed with diabetes, compared to 1 in 14 without disabilities. Currently, more than 37 million Americans have diabetes, or 11.3% of the U.S. population—11.2% of adults in Indiana.

Angie Antonopoulos  |  Dec 15, 2022

IU plastic surgery residents can now experience global health rotation

The division of plastic surgery at Indiana University School of Medicine recently completed its first round of global health surgery rotations in cooperation with Moi University School of Medicine and Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) in Eldoret, Kenya, as part of a new Global Plastic Surgery Program for residents that launched in 2022. 
The program is made possible through AMPATH, a partnership between Moi University, Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital and the AMPATH Consortium, as part of a unique reciprocal surgical training exchange. 

Angie Antonopoulos  |  Dec 14, 2022

Bilimoria brings energy and excitement to IU Surgery

There is an energy permeating through the Department of Surgery at the Indiana University School of Medicine, with a new leader bringing an ambitious vision for how to advance an already strong department. Karl Y. Bilimoria, MD, MS, FACS, became the eighth chair of the Department of Surgery in September, succeeding Gary Dunnington, M.D. 

Bilimoria, the Jay L. Grosfeld Professor and Chair of the Department of Surgery, is not new to IU. He graduated from IU School of Medicine in 2003 and has become a nationally revered physician-scientist in health care quality, innovation and policy. 


Angie Antonopoulos  |  Dec 07, 2022

Donor matches are made by IU Surgery resident Jackson Baril MD

When Indiana University School of Medicine general surgery resident, Jackson Baril, MD, was in college at University of Minnesota, he encountered a couple life-changing experiences: he registered for Be the Match to donate peripheral blood stem cells and decided to donate a kidney. 

The journey began innocently enough, as there was someone on campus to encourage people to sign up to donate bone marrow. And in a tissue engineering class, he learned about the need for organs. 

Angie Antonopoulos  |  Nov 30, 2022

IU Regenerative Medicine and Engineering investigators discuss potential collaborations with University of Manchester researchers

Researchers from the Indiana Center for Regenerative Medicine and Engineering (ICRME), within the Department of Surgery at the Indiana University School of Medicine, took part in a brainstorming workshop on bioengineering and regenerative medicine, held virtually Sept. 20, with a research team from The University of Manchester in the United Kingdom to consider potential research collaborations. UoM hopes to forge closer ties with Indiana University (IU) as a strategic research partner. 

Angie Antonopoulos  |  Sep 27, 2022

IU Surgery residents gain valuable lessons to take back to Operating Room

The Department of Surgery at the Indiana University School of Medicine offers optional research years to surgery residents that range from translational sciences to global health and surgical education after their second or third clinical year of residency. They dedicate a minimum of two years and have an opportunity to complete an advanced degree at no cost. During research years, residents gain valuable lab experience, opportunities to publish and present research, and the environment to build a professional network of colleagues to help navigate their future.

“I really hope they see this time as a growing period in which they can learn a lot in how to work with other people, how to critically evaluate scientific literature, and how to present their work to others,” said Troy A. Markel, MD, director of Pediatric Surgery Research and program director of General Surgery Resident Research for IU School of Medicine. “The resident becomes intimately associated with the body of literature of their interest,” he said, and they can “tease apart the scientific methodology. These lessons can help them when they return to their clinical duties as they learn to practice medicine based on the best evidence in the literature.”

Angie Antonopoulos  |  Jul 26, 2022