Indiana University

Indiana University is a major multi-campus public research institution, grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, and a world leader in professional, medical, and technological education. We strive to achieve full diversity, and to maintain friendly, collegial, and humane environments, with a strong commitment to academic freedom. Our rich resources in the arts, the natural beauty of our state, and our widely recognized health care innovations make Indiana a desirable place to live. For nearly two centuries, the faculty of Indiana University have consistently brought worldwide recognition to the university. In return, the university has made supporting the research, teaching, and service goals of each faculty member a priority with programs and services such as the following: State-of-the-art facilities, including advanced laboratories, studios, classrooms, and recreational venues, on each of our eight campuses to support teaching and research excellence. Support from a top rated IT services department which provides access to one of the world’s fastest supercomputers, the IU Data Capacitor, and the high-speed TeraGrid network, as well as, programs and assistance to integrate technology into your teaching and research goals. Access to the nation's top university library system, according to the Association of College and Research Libraries, housing more than 12 million volumes including rare and special collections. The ability to leverage research funding to create collaborations and partnerships with industries and the private sector through the IU Research & Technology Corporation. A rich campus community with each of our eight campuses serving as a cultural resource for its community by offering a combination of music, art, and theater and a venue for guest performers and speakers. Programs to promote a healthy workplace and lifestyle and assist faculty in achieving work-life balance including spousal hiring support, child care assistance, and family leave.

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    Indiana University

    We bring together the brightest minds to solve the state's most pressing health challenges.
  • Regenstrief & Indiana CTSI
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    Regenstrief Institute
    Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute and Regenstrief Institute are offering continuing education classes intended to offer practical, ready-to-use value where health IT and research overlap. Each class is 1 hour in length a week with no mandatory homework geared for the working professional. This component targets helping prepare people for leadership roles, principles of
  • Regenstrief & Indiana CTSI
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    Regenstrief Institute
    Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute and Regenstrief Institute are offering continuing education classes intended to offer practical, ready-to-use value where health IT and research overlap. Each class is 1 hour in length a week with no mandatory homework geared for the working professional. This component targets helping prepare people for leadership roles, principles of
  • Regenstrief & Indiana CTSI
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    Regenstrief Institute
    Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute and Regenstrief Institute are offering continuing education classes intended to offer practical, ready-to-use value where health IT and research overlap. Each class is 1 hour in length a week with no mandatory homework geared for the working professional. This class is specific to health care and public health applications. Introduction to
  • Regenstrief & Indiana CTSI
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    Regenstrief Institute
    Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute and Regenstrief Institute are offering continuing education classes intended to offer practical, ready-to-use value where health IT and research overlap. Each class is 1 hour in length a week with no mandatory homework geared for the working professional. This class is specific to health care and public health applications. Introduction to
  • Regenstrief & Indiana CTSI
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    Indiana University

    The Regenstrief Institute and Indiana CTSI have partnered for an engaging 3-day virtual conference to address issues related to applying artificial intelligence in healthcare. Topics will include: -Experience deploying successful real-world AI solutions -Insights regarding future trends in healthcare AI and data science -Approaches to address challenges and leverage opportunities to deploy AI to

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    Indiana University

    Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute and Regenstrief Institute are offering three continuing education classes starting June 15th. Each class is intended to offer practical, ready-to-use value where health IT and research overlap. Classes Offered: Please read the FAQ and the syllabus on the registration form below for details on class structure and content. Public Health IT​

  • MATURE Conference April 16-17, 2020
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    Indiana University
    Modeling the Advancement of Technology Use for the Research Enterprise (MATURE) conference is a two-day workshop brings together a diverse community to: *Review the current state of maturity models applied to research informatics in clinical and translational science. *Review indexes for measuring research informatics maturity. *Formalize plans for operationalizing these indexes as services to the community.
  • Greater Plains Collaborative Clinical Data Research Network Logo

    The Greater Plains Collaborative (GPC) is a network of 12 leading medical centers in eight states committed to a shared vision of improving healthcare delivery through ongoing learning, adoption of evidence-based practices, and active research dissemination. GPC builds on strong research programs at individual sites, existing community engagement and informatics infrastructures and data warehouses

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    The Strategic Pharma-Academic Research Consortium (SPARC), an organization to spark innovative collaborations in discovery and 'pre-competitive', disease target discovery stage between academic research institutions who are members of the NIH CTSA network and the biopharmaceutical industry. The consortium was established by 4 Midwestern CTSA Hubs as founding partners in 2014, along with two large

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    National Institutes of Health
    In order to promote better training and ensure the reliability and reproducibility of research, Aaron Carroll developed a series of webisodes (thematically related online videos) targeted at graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and beginning investigators that will address critical features of experimental design and analysis/reporting. Module 1: Experimental Design Learning Module The
  • Indiana University
    University Of Alabama At Birmingham
    National Institutes of Health
    Preclinical research involving animal models can be improved when appropriate experimental, analytical, and reporting practices are used. We produced a series of animated vignettes with quantitative experts and laboratory scientists discussing aspects of study design, interpretation, and reporting. Each vignette introduces viewers to key concepts that can stimulate the important conversations
  • Poster depicting the work of the Indiana CTSI Monon Collaborative.  This initiative is working with community and partners to tackle health inequities and poor health outcomes in Indiana.
    Indiana University

    Wiehe S, Hardwick E, Hudson B, Hege T, and Shekhar A Indiana currently ranks 41st out of 50 states in health with the life expectancy of some zip codes being dramatically worse than others. In fact, a study by Weathers et al (2015)[i] showed that persons living within particular Indianapolis neighborhoods lived, on average, fourteen years less than persons living fourteen miles to the north along