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Indiana Myeloma Registry seeking new study participants
March is Multiple Myeloma Awareness Month. Multiple myeloma is a rare type of blood cancer. It is also one of the areas of [...]
Can prebiotics help improve insulin production for kids with type 1 diabetes?
That’s the question researcher Heba Ismail is trying to answer. Ismail is a type 1 diabetes researcher and clinical pediatric endocrinologist. She is [...]
IU Health Methodist Hospital selected as one of five pre-positioning COVID-19 vaccine facilities
Methodist Hospital in downtown Indianapolis has been chosen as a distribution site for the COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer. IU Health has been [...]
Virtual Miles for Myeloma event raises thousands of dollars for cancer research
The Miles for Myeloma team hosted its 16th annual event in October. This year’s ride was virtual due to COVID-19, but that didn’t [...]
Precision Health Initiative study successful in recruiting patients in Evansville
A study team that first opened its recruitment in southern Indiana earlier this year has seen growth in patient enrollment over the last [...]
Hoosiers invited to participate in COVID-19 vaccine clinical study
Researchers across the globe are testing vaccines to see if they can prevent COVID-19, and now people from Indiana can get involved. IU [...]
New web app lets public report mask use during COVID-19 pandemic
Photo source: maskcount.com The app, known as MaskCount, was created by researchers at Regenstrief Institute and is intended to provide scientists [...]
Can early identification of Alzheimer’s disease prepare a family for a future of caregiving?
Photo source: AshTproductions, Shutterstock.com Early identification of cognitive impairment is important to healthy aging. That is why researchers from the Indiana [...]
You can help researchers learn about the effects of COVID-19 even if you don’t have it
The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting everyone in different ways, including physically, mentally, emotionally and economically. That’s why researchers at the University of Notre [...]