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$25 million Lilly Foundation Grant Funds Innovative Recruitment Strategy Designed to Attract Top Scientists

As part of the initiative, the Indiana University School of Medicine will look to hire biomedical scientists whose work can enhance research and education at the school as well as strengthen the economic vitality of the broader life sciences community in Indiana. To that end, members of the state’s life sciences community will serve on a scientific board that advises the school on areas of unmet need in the community and how to attract biomedical scientists whose expertise and interests are relevant to IU and INCITE partners. Collaborations will focus on research areas that build on existing strengths and opportunities for growth, including applications for genomic medicine and new treatments for cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, and childhood diseases.

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Religious ‘Nones’ are Gaining Ground in America

Thirty-four percent of Americans surveyed said they were atheist, agnostic, or “nothing in particular,” according to...

$10 million grant from the Lilly Endowment for Charleston's International African American Museum

The museum has announced several major donations this year, including a $10 million grant from the Lilly Endowment last...

Yolanda Johnson-Moton Honored

Yolanda Johnson-Moton is the Director for external relations at Eli Lilly and Company where she drives the strategy and...

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