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September 12, 2017

Adding Community-Engagement to Medical Student Training

For the first time ever, CHeP offered a new type of research experience for medical students participating in this year’s Indiana Medical Student Program for Research and Scholarship (IMPRS). IMPRS is designed to provide a variety of research opportunities including laboratory science, clinical science, and international studies for Indiana University’s first and second year medical students, and this summer CHeP served as a host-site offering exposure to community-engaged research.
Under the mentorship of Dr. Mary Ott, IU School of Medicine, Dr. Heidi Beidinger, University of Notre Dame, Dr. Carrie Lawrence, IU Bloomington, and Dr. Tami Hannon, IU School of Medicine,...

Trailblazer Award Winners
June 1, 2017

Trailblazers Share & Celebrate

Trailblazer Award partners gathered in Indianapolis to share and celebrate their projects.
On April 5 at the beautiful Indianapolis Central Library, CHeP friends and family gathered  to celebrate the 2015 CHeP Trailblazer Award teams. The day-long event featured presentations from 12 project teams discussing their partnership experiences, research journeys, and exciting outcomes, as well as an opening address given by Dr. Anantha Shekhar, Director of the Indiana Clinical and Transnational Sciences Institute, and closing remarks from Ann Alley, Director of the Office of Primary Care at Indiana State Department of Health.
Formerly known as Pilot Projects, initiatives at the symposium included obesity, infant mortality,...