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IU researchers discuss pharmacists' role in HIV care, high risk for STIs after prison and more

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Indiana University researchers this week are discussing research findings at the STI & AIDS World Congress in Vienna, Austria. Findings involving an increased role by pharmacists in customers' HIV care, high risks of STIs after release from prison and improved access to much-needed cervical cancer screenings are discussed in this release. Full Story >>

Indiana University proposes lowest tuition, fee increases in more than 35 years

Michael McRobbie

Tuition and fee rates for Indiana resident undergraduate students would increase by an average of 1.75 percent each of the next two academic years under recommendations made today by Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie to the university's Board of Trustees.

2013 IU commencement season begins May 3 in Bloomington, concludes May 12 in Indianapolis

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Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie will preside over 2013 commencement ceremonies this spring on seven campuses statewide, where 18,828 students will be eligible to receive 18,009 IU degrees, as well as 1,286 Purdue University degrees through the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus. Full Story >>

Media Advisory: IU campuses will participate in statewide tornado drill Wednesday

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Indiana University campuses will participate in a statewide tornado drill Wednesday, March 27, as part of Indiana's Severe Weather Awareness Week, March 24 to 30. Full Story >>

IU researchers discuss PTSD, nerve regeneration, balance and more at Neuroscience 2012

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Dozens of Indiana University researchers participated in Neuroscience 2012 in New Orleans Oct. 13-17. Research findings involving post-traumatic stress disorder, predicting the success of addiction treatment, physical activity's impact on nerve damage repair, and the effect of physical activity on lower limb coordination were just some of the IU studies discussed at the scientific meeting. Full Story >>

IU researchers receive $1.9 million grant to study role of 'lesser brain' in schizophrenia

William Hetrick

A team of Indiana University researchers led by William P. Hetrick, chair of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at IU Bloomington, has received a $1.9 million award from the National Institute of Mental Health to study the neurobiological basis of schizophrenia, a devastating psychological disorder affecting approximately 2.4 million U.S. adults. Full Story >>