The Indiana School of Medicine announced a record year in research funding.
People who get Alzheimer’s before 65 represent only about five percent of the population living with the disease.
The endowment aims to fast-track the creation of treatments from discoveries about cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer's and more.
A study published this week in Nature Biotechnology outlines this lab’s recent successes with growing inner ear tissue from human stem cells.
The study led by two researchers at the IU School of Medicine finds that reparative stem cells are quickly dispatched after electroacupuncture.
Dr. Kent Brantly, a missionary worker for the organization Samaritan's Purse, graduated from the IU School of Medicine in 2009.
The IU graduate was working at a hospital in Liberia treating patients for Ebola.
Governor Mike Pence appoints three new members to the Indiana University Board of Trustees.
Some ways to help fight childhood obesity are simple: having adequate play time, reducing time spent in front of a TV or computer, and eating as a family.
A $60 million Lilly Endowment grant being given to the Indiana University School of Medicine will help the school recruit twenty scientists.