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As the opioid crisis deepens across the country, researchers at Indiana University have released a series of research-driven, potential solutions.
A new study from Indiana University suggests that a drug proven safe for use in people may prevent opioid tolerance and physical dependence when used in combination with opioid-based pain medications.
A drop in international students studying at U.S. colleges and universities will harm America's standing in the world and our most competitive industries, according to Michael A. McRobbie, president of Indiana University.
"Teaching truth and training our students for the jobs of tomorrow are not — and must never be viewed as — inseparable," Michael A. McRobbie, president of Indiana University, writes in this commentary for The Huffington Post.
Michael McRobbie, president of Indiana University and a professor of computer science, wrote about the impact of the university's Online Education Initiative.
Michael A. McRobbie, President of Indiana University, and Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb write about the opioid crisis in Indiana and what the state and the state's flagship university are doing in response.
A study led by Indiana University scientists reports a promising step forward in the search for pain relief methods without the addictive side effects behind the country's current opioid addiction crisis.
Indiana University School of Medicine researchers are helping children with diabetes attend summer camp without worrying about treatment. They also use the camp to screen family members for Type 1 diabetes and help improve understanding of the disease.
Researchers from Indiana University and the Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center are using trained dogs to sniff out prostate cancer molecules from urine samples, which could help prevent unnecessary biopsies.
This is the first of a three-part video series that highlights how Indiana University research benefits the lives of people in Indiana and beyond.