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Health & Wellness

  • Women in Medicine and Science

    Ellen Ernst Kossek is the keynote speaker at this year's conference, which takes place Nov. 11.

  • Health and Benefits Fair

    Faculty and staff can visit more than 60 exhibits at this year's event.

  • Flu shots

    Faculty, staff and students can now receive free flu vaccines during a number of upcoming clinics.

  • Collaborative effort

    A new grant will support a project aimed at improving the health of adolescents and adults at risk for substance use disorders.

  • Flu shots available

    IUPUI Campus Health is now offering flu shots at locations across campus.

  • Academy of Nursing Education

    Two IU School of Nursing faculty members named as new fellows in the Academy of Nursing Education

  • Fall into wellness

    IUPUI's health and wellness coordinator offers tips for faculty, staff and students to stay healthy.

  • Stem cell advance

    IU scientists have transformed mouse embryonic stem cells into key inner-ear structures, setting the stage for new treatments.

  • Clem McDonald Professor

    Titus Schleyer has been named the first Clem McDonald Professor of Biomedical Informatics.

  • Riley rankings

    Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health has been ranked in 10 out of 10 pediatric specialties.

  • First students

    The first group of 44 students beginns the Master of Physician Assistant Studies program.

  • Eliminating disparity

    A recent conference focused on meeting the mental health care needs of an increasingly diverse population.

  • Sports Innovation Forum

    Experts in the field of exercise and sports science will come together today to discuss trends and innovation, the direction of sport and physical activity, and how the local community is leading the field.

  • Memory problems

    New research has found that drugs with strong anticholinergic effects cause cognitive impairment when taken continuously for as few as 60 days.

  • Pennies for Patients

    Hamilton County students who helped raise money for the Indiana Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society recently meet IU School of Medicine faculty who study and treat blood cancers.

  • Get healthy with IU

    Full-time academic and staff employees enrolled in an IU-sponsored medical plan are eligible for free online tobacco cessation and weight-loss programs.

  • Beer & the brain

    IU research shows that the taste of beer can trigger dopamine release in the brain -- without any effect from alcohol itself.

  • Health fair

    Get giveaways, vision screenings, chair massages and more at the IUPUI Student Health & Wellness Fair on Thursday.

  • Evening of the Arts

    Evening of the Arts supports clinics providing free health care services to the homeless and working poor of Indianapolis.

  • Wellness survey

    Remember to fill out your employee health survey.