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May 2018

The Indiana University School of Medicine believes that honoring outstanding teaching, research, and service is an important part of our culture. Nominations for faculty awards are accepted in the following categories: Scholar-Educator Award, Exemplar of Professionalism, Excellence in Faculty Mentoring Awards, Outstanding Community Engagement Award, and Inspirational Educator Award. Submit nominations to

Nomination Deadline: Friday, June 1

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Leadership in Academic Medicine Program (LAMP) is a cohort-based, year-long faculty development and orientation program designed for faculty in the 2nd and 3rd years of their appointment. To be nominated, a brief statement of support is needed from your chair or division director no later than Friday, June 29. After being nominated, you will need to submit a one-page document describing your career goals, including what you most want to accomplish in the next three years.

Nominations Due: Friday, June 29

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The Mark Brothers Award was established in 1997 in honor of Dr. Mark’s older brothers, who emigrated from Canton, China, and settled in South Bend, Indiana, where they built a successful restaurant business. Because of their reverence and respect for higher education, Dr. Mark’s brothers supported his pursuit of a career in medicine. The award is presented annually and consists of a plaque and a cash prize.

Thursday, August 30
3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Location TBA


The IUSM Regatta BBQ is a family-friendly event offering an opportunity for IUSM faculty, staff, and learners to meet, greet, and kick off the school year. The Regatta consists of a half-mile canoe relay competition involving teams of up to eight students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Attendees are strongly encouraged to RSVP.

Saturday, September 22


Structuring Your Research Paper Papers are one of the few deliverables of a researcher’s work. A well designed paper is not only more likely to be published, read, and cited, it also allows each reader to select only what he or she needs to read. This lecture shows how to structure research papers, dissertations, and other reports effectively.

Doing it My Way: Creating Your Own Career In this career talk, Dr. Doumont reflects on over a quarter century as a Lone Ranger: the path that led him to the choices he made and to the success he knows, the joys and pains of doing things his way, and his own approach to work-life balance.

Structuring Your Research Paper
Creating Your Own Career

Scientific Writing from the Reader's Perspective As competition for external funding becomes more challenging, getting one’s scholarly work successfully published is more important than ever. Dr. Gopen’s approach is based on a single idea: learning to write for the reader allows the writer to control what readers learn.

Advanced Scientific Writing from the Reader's Perspective If you are planning to attend the advanced workshop you must have attended the workshop prior on Tuesday,October 9 or in a previous year..

Scientific Writing

Advanced Scientific Writing


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