A new multi-site study led by Indiana University School of Medicine found increasing pediatric readiness in emergency departments reduces, but does not eliminate, racial and ethnic disparities in children and adolescents with acute medical emergencies.
Researchers from Indiana University School of Medicine have discovered a neglected brain region that could play a critical role in how likely a person with drug use disorders is to relapse, even after a long withdrawal period. Their findings were published recently in Biological Psychiatry.
Indiana University School of Medicine researchers have helped shed important light on the cellular makeup of the human kidney in both healthy and diseased states—findings that could help scientists identify new targets for early detection of and better treatments for kidney disease.
A new study led by Indiana University School of Medicine researchers shows primary care clinicians who receive specialized training can make accurate autism diagnoses for over 80 percent of young children referred with developmental delays, providing compelling evidence that community-based models of autism evaluation are a potential solution for improving access to this needed service.
Researchers from Indiana University School of Medicine will have a large presence and leadership role at the upcoming Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2023 in Amsterdam, Netherlands, with involvement in more than 150 presentations at the four-day meeting.
Results from a new study of diabetic foot ulcers and the risk of wound recurrence can help health care workers measure the likelihood that the wound will reopen in the future. These findings are likely to lead to further studies aimed at decreasing amputation rates for the tens of millions of people with diabetes in the United States.