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  • The role of the second messenger c-di-AMP in the growth and virulence of Streptococcus pyogenes

  • Dorsal striatal synaptic fingerprinting: Synapse-specific effects of drugs of abuse

  • The Development of a Human Stem Cell-Derived Blood Brain Barrier Model

  • Hfq-assisted RsmA regulation is central to Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm and motility

  • Dissecting functional changes to supraspinal PAG-projecting neurons in mouse models of pain

  • NIH funds major biobank expansion at IU School of Medicine to support Alzheimer's disease research

    With a grant from the National Institute of Health's National Institute on Aging, Indiana University School of Medicine will dramatically increase the size and scope of the biobank that stores DNA and other biological samples used by researchers globally to better understand, treat and hopefully cure Alzheimer's disease. The grant is expected to last three years and total $12 million pending the availability of funds.

  • Career Connection STEM Career Fair

  • IUPUI faculty receive $1.5 million grant to prepare new STEM teachers


    INDIANAPOLIS -- A team of six IUPUI faculty members has been awarded a five-year, $1.5 million grant to prepare undergraduate students for careers as secondary STEM teachers. The award comes from the National Science Foundation Robert NoyceTeacher Scholarship Program, which seeks to encourage talented science, technology, engineering and mathematics majors and professionals to become K-12 mathematics and science -- including engineering and computer science -- teachers.

    Undergraduate Student Research Fuels a Passion for Social Justice and Equity


    bio-news-abigal-parker.pngIUPUI senior Abigail Parker showcased her research at the Council on Undergraduate Research's (CUR) 22nd annual Posters on the Hill symposium in Washington, DC. This event took place April 17-18, giving students the opportunity to present research to congressional members, meet with their representatives and learn about advocacy for undergraduate research. 

    School of Science announces Top 100 Students for 2018

    INDIANAPOLIS – With 41 students on this year’s Top 100 list, nearly half of the students recognized are enrolled in the School of Science. This year’s Top 100 honorees were recognized at the annual awards dinner where the Top 10 students and Top student were also named.

    A panel of alumni, faculty and staff select the top students based on nominations by faculty and staff. The students who were selected show strength in scholastic achievement, collegiate and co-curricular activities and civic/community service.

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