Christina Griffiths is a media relations specialist for Indiana University School of Medicine and has worked with the office of strategic communications for five years. She wrote the following story about her experience learning she is at a high risk of developing breast cancer during her lifetime, and the increased screenings that began as a result.
When Indiana University School of Medicine resident Eleazar Montalvan, MD, began his internal medicine residency program in 2021, he was excited to work with world-renowned physicians and faculty who have led major advances in the field of gastroenterology.
A large fire at a plastics recycling plant in Richmond, Indiana recently caused major concerns about air quality in the area. While the fire has diminished, the incident is an important reminder about air quality and asthma for residents statewide.
In July 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first astronaut to walk on the moon. The Apollo 11 mission lasted about four days. Now over 50 years later, astronauts are making much longer trips into space and looking ahead to the potential for even lengthier space flights that could keep astronauts in space for months and years at a time.