A tool that creates a research profile of investigators based on their publications and NIH grants, highlighting the scientific concepts found in those sources. It includes links to publications, NIH grants, similar experts within IUSM, a listing of journals in which they have published, as well as other items related to the investigators!
Open Lab List
View the open lab list and search by research area or Ph.D. program.
Forms, Forms, Forms!
Received an e-mail that wanted you to RSVP for an event? Respond to a survey? Complete an event evaluation? A listing of surveys currently open to students can be found here.
Professional Development / Volunteer
There are a variety of ways you can get involved on campus: through the Graduate Student Organization, UPnGo, and Student Mentoring Student program. You can also volunteer to assist with the IUSM Graduate Division recruitment efforts. Check out the volunteer opportunities and professional development opportunities!
Learn what your fellow students are up to! Visit our Student Spotlight. Interested in contributing your very own spotlight page?
Student Money Blog
The Medical and Graduate Student Money Blog, "Financial Health & Fitness Tips for Medical and Graduate Students" is written by Jose Espada, Director of Medical Student Financial Aid at the Indiana University School of Medicine.
Career Development Opportunities
View the many career development opportunities including forums on careers in industry and academia and the nationally recognized Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) program. Find career information held by medical and biological scientists as well as other resources!
A listing of publications with links to student resources that should prove helpful along your path! Check out the publications!
You will find links to resources from campus services, departments, and programs (e.g., the IUPUI Graduate Office, Office of the Bursar, Preparing Future Faculty Program, etc.) to the IUPUI Student Code of Conduct. You will also find National Resources links for science professionals.
Unsure how to resolve or address conflict? Unsure if you have a voice or need an advocate? Do you have ideas for improving our learning environment, communication, or professionalism? The Teacher Learner Advocacy Committee (TLAC) can help. For more information, please contact the TLAC ator visit their web site.
A program open to graduate and post-doctoral science students in Bloomington and at IUPUI. For more information on the program, benefits, requirements, and the application process, please visit their web site.