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Academy of Teaching Scholars offers flexible opportunity to develop as an educator, leader and change agent

Teaching is an evolving practice, and there is always room to learn, grow and become more effective. The Academy of Teaching Scholars (ATS) offers a structured, flexible, go-at-your-own-pace opportunity to develop as an educator, leader and facilitator of positive change. Faculty, residents, fellows and graduate students who have a passion for developing their skills as medical educators should consider this opportunity to engage with a community of scholars while integrating proven best practices on teaching and learning.

Corie Farnsley | Jul 15, 2024
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Women in Urology: IU welcomes its most diverse class of urology residents

The Urology Residency at IU School of Medicine welcomed its most diverse class of interns with four women entering their training to become urologists.

Laura Gates  |  Jul 11, 2024

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Beyond testis cancer: Koch led IU urology to national prominence with expanded faculty expertise

During his 26 years as urology chair at IU School of Medicine, Michael Koch, MD, quadrupled the department's faculty, adding expertise and making IU's urology

Laura Gates  |  Jul 08, 2024

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Women in Leadership: Meet Graduate Medical Education leader Jennifer Choi, MD

Jennifer Choi, MD, is a surgeon, educator, administrator and mother. As the leader of Graduate Medical Education, Choi's office supports all residents and fellows at

Laura Gates  |  Jun 14, 2024

Dr. Zach Wagner and Dr. Stephen Hartsock poolside at Lucas Oil Stadium during a practice for the Olympic Trials in swimming.

IU sports medicine team 'on deck' for US Olympic Swimming Trials

Department of Family Medicine faculty and trainees serve on the medical team for the 2024 Olympic Trials in swimming and share their own stories as

Laura Gates  |  Jun 14, 2024

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Fit Tips: Swimming benefits and injury prevention

Kimbre Zahn, MD, offers tips for staying fit through swimming while avoiding common injuries.
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On Grant Writing is a one-stop shop for learning, connecting and finding resources

Put aside what you know about writing research projects, book reviews and class lessons; grant-writing is a different beast. From highly focused aim pages and

Corie Farnsley  |  Jun 09, 2024

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Find inspiration during your lunch hour with Stepping Stones

Fewer women than men advance to higher ranks in academic medicine and health research, so Indiana University School of Medicine Faculty Affairs and Professional Development

Corie Farnsley  |  Jun 09, 2024

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IU School of Medicine names 2024 Showalter Scholars

IU School of Medicine names four outstanding scientists as the 2024 Showalter Scholars: Thomas Everett, PhD; Troy Markel, MD; Roman Natoli, MD, PhD; and Yong Zang,

Department of Surgery Advancing Global Care by Welcoming Two International Pediatric Surgeons

As an opportunity to further their knowledge and expertise, pediatric surgeons, George Ngock, MD, of Cameroon and Saule Suleimanova, MD, of Kazakhstan, are advancing their skills

Sarah Lounsbury  |  Jun 05, 2024