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  • Indiana University SOTL Research grant awarded to Drs. Robinson and O'Loughlin

    Jan 22th, 2016

    Jennifer Robinson, Professor of Practice in Anthropology, and Valerie O'Loughlin, Associate Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology, have been awarded a $5000 Phase II Indiana University Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) grant to support their project: "Teaching as though Learning Matters: A Systematic Study of Graduate Student Reflections on Learning to Teach (and Teaching for Learning) in Higher Education.

    Medical Sciences offering new Introductory Anatomy and Physiology course

    Dec 12th, 2015

    MSCI M115 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology is a lecture based course which covers entry-level information for all body systems in one semester’s time. Students who may be nervous about jumping right into A215 and P215 could benefit from taking this course as a stepping-stone toward higher-level anatomy and physiology courses. If you would like any more information about this course please contact Brian Moscicki in the Medical Sciences Program.

    Medical Sciences wins top IU team at Hoosiers Outrun Cancer 2015

    Sept 28th, 2015

    Over 30 Medical Sciences graduate students, medical students and faculty participated in Hoosiers Outrun Cancer 2015 this September 26, 2015. All were part of the Medical Sciences running team, which won the HOC award for top IU team.


    To edit or not to edit: regulation of ADAR editing specificity and efficiency.

    Deffit SN, Hundley HA.

    Dichloroacetate increases the radiation sensitivity of A549 and H1299 lung cancer cell lines to X-rays

    Allen, K.T., Chin-Sinex, H., Sherer, J.D., Deluca, T., Pomerening, J.R., Schrerer, J., Watkins, J.B., Foley, J.G., Jesseph, J.M., and Mendonca, M.S.

    Implementation of an education-focused PhD program in anatomy and cell biology at Indiana University: Lessons learned and future challenges

    Brokaw JJ, O'Loughlin VD.

  • Transcriptional Regulation in Germ Cell Development, Differentiation and Renewal

    Feb. 8th, 4pm JH 009

    Richard N. Freiman, PhD
    Assistant Professor of Medical Science
    Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry
    Brown University, Providence, RI

    Sharmila Bapat, PhD, FNASc, FASc

    Feb. 22th, 4pm JH 009

    National Centre for Cell Science
    NCCS Complex, Pune University

    Proteasome Assembly: Understanding the Genesis of a Molecular Machine

    Feb. 29th, 4pm JH 009

    Dr. Andrew Kusmierczyk, PhD
    Assistant Professor, Biology
    Purdue University, Indianapolis

    The Role of Interleukin 33 in Atopic Dermatitis Pathogenesis

    Mar. 7th, 4pm JH 009

    Matthew J. Turner, MD, PhD
    Assistant Professor of Dermatology
    General Dermatology, Research
    VA Medical Center

  • CME conference

    Stone Disease

    Wednesday, Jan 27th

    Harvey Feigenbaum, MD
    Director ECHO Labs at IU
    Distinguished Professor, IUSOM
    Krannert Institute of Cardiology, Indianapolis, IN

    Provider Listening in a Loud World Patient Satisfaction Measures

    Friday, Jan 29th

    H Rocky Singh, MD
    Regional Medical Director, Patient Experience
    IUSOM, Medical Director ED, IU Health Morgan. Kinsey Corbett
    Patient Experience Regional Manager & Internal Coach, MSHSA, IU Health South Central Region

    Hyperglycemic Crisis DKA/HHS

    Friday, Feb 12th

    Joni Carroll, RN, MSN, CDE
    Mary Ellen Leppert, RN, BSN, CDE
    Inpatient Glucose Management Team

    EKG Seminar – Case Presentations

    Wednesday, Feb 17th

    John Strobel, MD
    Premier Healthcare
    Bloomington, IN

    Multiple Sclerosis

    Friday, Feb 19th

    David Harvey, MD
    IU Health Southern Indiana Physicians
    Bloomington, IN

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