IU diabetes researchers are part of an international team celebrating FDA approval of the first immunotherapy drug to delay the onset of Type 1 diabetes. Mentorship at the diabetes center plays a key role in research success.
With roots in West Virginia coal country, Carmella Evans-Molina never dreamed she would one day be a nationally recognized physician-scientist and director of the Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases at IU School of Medicine, where she mentors junior colleagues in translational science.
Researchers are learning more about how children’s brain development may be affected when their mother has malaria while she is pregnant, as well as the effect of preventative treatments for malaria during pregnancy on children after birth.
Tyler Trent’s parents presented a check for $25,000 to Riley Children’s Foundation Tyler Trent Cancer Research Endowment on June 27 in front of the Herman B Wells Center on the IU School of Medicine campus. This money was donated on behalf of the Tyler Trent Foundation, which is dedicated to continuing Tyler’s mission to support pediatric cancer research and honor his memory. The money donated was raised at the inaugural Tee off for Tyler charity golf outing in 2021.
Established in January 2020 through a grant from IU’s Precision Health Initiative, the Undiagnosed Rare Disease Clinic uses team science to sleuth out medical mysteries stemming from genetic code errors.
The IU School of Medicine Department of Neurological Surgerycontinues to the broaden its scope in providing world-class clinical care and research with the addition of three new neurosurgeon-scientists who bring a wealth of specialized training to the Department and the citizens of Indiana and the region.