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Showing results for Summer 2018

Better by Design

Michael Weiss has developed a more stable form of insulin and aims to transform how people with diabetes worldwide receive treatment.

Karen Spataro  |  Jul 01, 2018

A Right and Proper Physician

A century ago, Dr. James O. Ritchey graduated from IU School of Medicine and spent the next six decades preparing legions of healers who followed in his footsteps.

Matthew Harris  |  Jul 01, 2018

The Road Always Led Back Here

Kyle Hornsby’s shooting stroke cemented his place in IU basketball history. Today, the cardiologist calls Bloomington home.

Matthew Harris  |  Jul 01, 2018

Uncovering the Stone Cold Facts

To prevent painful kidney stones, Amy Krambeck first needs to understand how they develop.

Chelsea McClellan  |  Jul 01, 2018

Eliminating the Wait for an Organ

An IU School of Medicine transplant surgeon uses 3D printing to help solve a shortage of organs.

Andrea Zeek  |  Jul 01, 2018

FDA Signs Off on New XLH Drug

The work done by Michael Econs laid the groundwork for treating the rare and painful bone disorder.

Karen Spataro  |  Jul 01, 2018

The Path of Yeast Resistance

A solution to halting the spread of mosquito-borne illnesses might be found in kitchen pantries.

Gail Mancini  |  Jul 01, 2018

‘A Death Star for Blood Clots’

Researchers in emergency medicine are exploring nanoparticle technology that could break up dangerous clots.

Karen Spataro  |  Jul 01, 2018

‘No more tents’

For an Eli Lilly employee, the company’s work the AMPATH consortium is personal.

Matthew Harris  |  Jul 01, 2018

Exercise reduces Alzheimer’s risk. Why?

An IU scientist explores the connection between physical activity and decreasing inflammation.

Karen Spataro  |  Jul 01, 2018