Founded in 1903, Indiana University School of Medicine has a long history of innovation and excellence in medical education, research and clinical care—a tradition that continues as we look toward the future and our new IU School of Medicine 2030 Strategic Plan.
I am pleased to share the new strategic plan for IU School of Medicine, made possible through the dedication of our faculty, staff and learners across our nine campuses. This will be our roadmap to advance excellence in all of our missions while supporting Indiana University’s strategic goals.
As assistant director for diversity initiatives at IU School of Medicine, Richard Brown’s vision is for every member of the school community to do their part to improve diversity, equity and inclusion.
As grocery stores, churches, schools—everyday places—are instantly transformed into hate-filled battlefields, we want the School of Medicine to be a place that is safe, diverse, welcoming and supportive of all.
Central to the Honor Code are the core values of the School of Medicine--excellence, respect, integrity, diversity and cooperation. As Dana Mitchell completes her studies at IU School of Medicine, her spirit of EXCELLENCE is a shining example of the very best in medicine.
Against a backdrop of over 100,000 Americans dying of COVID-19—many from underserved populations—the killings of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, George Floyd in Minnesota and other heartbreaking events highlight the depth of the racial inequalities and injustices that persist throughout our society.