IUSON: A Legacy of Leadership
Points of Pride
The Indiana University Network Science Institute (IUNI) brings together IU researchers to foster groundbreaking, highly innovative research to advance knowledge in network science. IUNI, via CTSI, has funded Dr. Miller and her collaborator, Dr. Rocha's, cutting-edge research regarding the use of social media mining and machine learning to help explain and predict behaviors and outcomes in epilepsy. Dr. Miller's grant is the first SON grant funded by IUNI, and will support pilot work needed to submit an R01 to the National Library of Medicine at NIH. Congratulations Wendy!
Congratulations to Dr. Susan Pressler who recently received a $2.6 million R01 grant. Her study is entitled "Cognitive Intervention to Improve Memory in Heart Failure Patients."
Congratulations to Dr. Sheri Robb who received a $1.4 million grant from the National Institutes of Nursing Research. Her study is “Mechanisms of Active Music Engagement to Manage Acute Distress and Improve Positive Health Outcomes in Young Children with Cancer and Parents.” In the study, she will test a music therapy intervention to help kids with cancer and their families during hospitalizations. She will lead an outstanding team of people at IU/Riley (Drs. Joan Haase, Paul Haut, David Delgado, Susan Perkins and Mrs. Amanda Henley) and at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Congratulations to Pam Ross, left, for receiving the Glenn Irwin, Jr., M.D. Experience Excellence Recognition at the Chancellor's Employee Recognition Convocation. She is pictured here with Dean Robin Newhouse. We're so proud of you, Pam. Thanks for all that you do.
IUSON DNP students had the opportunity to attend the first Indiana Organization of Nurse Executives (IONE) and Indiana Hospital Association (IHA) Legislative Conference for Nursing Leaders. Along with a tour of the State House, the students learned about current healthcare issues from a lineup of policymakers. Attendees, from left to right, were Madelyn Jo May, Lea Scalf, Mechelle Peck, Katherine Fealey, Amy Little, Jason King, and Cheryl Griffith.
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