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Jackie Maupin

Jackie supports the Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research at IU School of Medicine. As communications generalist, Jackie helps spread the word about the Wells Center's commitment to improving the health of children in Indiana and beyond through basic and translational research. She has several years of experience in non-profit and academic marketing and communications. 

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CDMD at ADA Scientific Sessions 2023

Several experts from the Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases will partake in insightful presentations and showcase their latest findings at the 83rd American Diabetes Association (ADA) Scientific Sessions from June 23-26, 2023. 

Jackie Maupin  |  Jun 07, 2023

Wells Center Newsletter | May 2023

Latest news and updates from the Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research.

Jackie Maupin  |  May 18, 2023

Reuben Kapur receives 2023 Glenn W. Irwin, Jr., MD, Research Scholar Award

Dr. Reuben Kapur was awarded the 2023 Glenn W. Irwin, Jr., MD, Research Scholar Award at IUPUI's annual Chancellor’s Academic Honors Convocation. The award is IUPUI’s highest recognition of outstanding continuing research by a colleague.

Jackie Maupin  |  May 18, 2023

IU researchers find link between obesity and blood cancer

Indiana University School of Medicine researchers found a strong association between obesity and clonal hematopoiesis of indeterminate potential (CHIP), a condition where blood cells accumulate genetic mutations, which increases the risk of developing blood cancer and cardiovascular disease.

Jackie Maupin  |  May 15, 2023

Inaugural Peter J. Roach Lectureship on June 8, 2023

The inaugural Peter J. Roach Lectureship in Metabolism and Related Diseases will be held on June 8th, 2023, featuring a presentation by Robert A. Harris, PhD.

Jackie Maupin  |  May 11, 2023

IU researcher receives grant to investigate acute kidney injury in children with malaria

With a new grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Andrea Conroy's research team will conduct a multi-site study across three hospitals in Uganda over two years to better understand why some malaria patients are more likely to develop chronic kidney disease. The goal is to develop new diagnostic tools and potential clinical trials to support kidney recovery in children. This research represents a significant milestone in the global understanding of pediatric severe malaria and its future treatment.

Jackie Maupin  |  Apr 24, 2023

IU researchers investigate the protein BVES and its important role in muscular dystrophy

A study published in Nature Communications sheds new light on the development and treatment of a rare form of muscular dystrophy called limb-girdle muscular dystrophy type 25 which is caused by genetic mutations in blood vessel epicardial substance (BVES).

Jackie Maupin  |  Apr 05, 2023

Researchers uncover new drug combination to treat rare pediatric cancer called JMML

IU School of Medicine researchers have identified a promising new combination of drugs for treating a rare form of childhood blood cancer called JMML. 

Jackie Maupin  |  Apr 04, 2023

Evans-Molina receives ADA National Scientific and Health Care Achievement Award

Carmella Evans-Molina has been awarded the 2023 Outstanding Scientific Achievement Award by the American Diabetes Association (ADA). The award honors her pioneering research in diabetes, and she will be recognized at the ADA's 83rd Scientific Sessions award ceremony in June 2023 in San Diego.

Jackie Maupin  |  Mar 28, 2023

IU researchers receive $13M grant renewal to better understand congenital heart defects

Researchers from Indiana University School of Medicine have successfully renewed a significant grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute to better understand the development and causes of congenital heart defects, which are the most common birth defects.

Jackie Maupin  |  Mar 20, 2023