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Matthew Harris

Matthew Harris is a communications specialist in the Office of Gift Development. Before joining the School of Medicine in 2015, he was a reporter at newspapers in Pennsylvania, Arkansas, and Louisiana. He currently lives in Indianapolis with his wife and two basset hounds.

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Creating critical continuity for sickle cell patients

IU School of Medicine’s faculty strive to find ways to lower barriers for Hoosiers to access care and pursue research to advance treatments.

Matthew Harris  |  May 29, 2024

The cost of success

At IU School of Medicine, limiting student debt is a combination of scholarship gifts, controlling costs and sound financial advising.

Matthew Harris  |  May 29, 2024

Tracing the Story of Myeloma

The Indiana Myeloma Registry charts new variables of the disease in pursuit of more effective therapies.

Matthew Harris  |  Dec 21, 2023

State of Emergency

IU School of Medicine strives to address burnout, mental health stressors and gender inequities faced by emergency medicine physicians.

Matthew Harris  |  Dec 13, 2023

Alzheimer’s Holy Grail

Finding a biomarker for Alzheimer's disease is the field's holy grail. Jeff Dage, PhD, has been searching for most of the past decade.

Matthew Harris  |  Dec 13, 2023

A Diamond in the Midwest

Steady growth made IU School of Medicine the nation’s largest medical school, but an overhauled curriculum, metric-driven decisions, expanded student services, and new residency programs aim to make it among the best.

Matthew Harris  |  May 03, 2023

Caring for the Caregivers

Mona Peck has unwaveringly tended to her husband for the last eight years as he confronted Alzheimer’s disease — an effort aided by IU researchers developing programs to deliver assistance and bolster confidence.

Matthew Harris  |  Feb 09, 2023

Transitional States

Immunotherapy holds tantalizing promise for treating all forms of cancer. Now, Huda Salman is trying to harness it at IU School of Medicine. And it starts with getting a clinical trial off the ground.

Matthew Harris  |  May 03, 2022

'There was too much to learn': Remembering Hal Broxmeyer

The pioneer of cord blood transplantation was dogged in every pursuit—as a scientist, a mentor, a colleague, and as a father. He also leaves behind an indelible impact on the patients saved by his work and at IU School of Medicine.

Matthew Harris  |  Feb 14, 2022

Lifting the Fog

Immunotherapy holds tremendous promise, but a researcher is exploring whether it plays a role in cognitive changes among cancer survivors.

Matthew Harris  |  Nov 16, 2021