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IU Resources for Personalized Medicine

  • Indiana Biobank

    The broad scientific objective of Indiana Biobank (IB) is to provide high quality samples that are well annotated and linked to the electronic medical records, genomic and proteomic data, to basic and clinical researchers. The ability to successfully enhance and enrich research to carry out translational science in the new era of personalized medicine, is greatly facilitated by the availability of an extensive biorepository of biological samples, with accompanying clinical and genomic data procured from patients from IU Health, Wishard and other clinical venues throughout Indiana. To serve the needs of Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) and Indiana Institute for Personalized Medicine, the Indiana Biobank was established in July 2010. Over the next five years, we intend to enroll and collect 50,000 samples.
     

  • Clinical Pharmacology Analytical Core

    The Clinical Pharmacology Analytical Core (CPAC) is available to assist Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center (IUSCC) investigators as well as external partners with pre-clinical and clinical pharmacokinetics in support of their research projects and scientific goals.
     
  • Indiana University Clinical Pharmacogenomics Laboratory

    The Indiana University Clinical Pharmacogenomics Laboratory performs genotyping for variants associated with metabolism of routinely prescribed drugs. The laboratory is CLIA-certified and accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP). It is housed in the Division of Diagnostic Genomics (DDG) of the Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics of the IU School of Medicine.
     
  • Center for Bioethics

    The Indiana University Center for Bioethics is recognized throughout the state and around the globe as a primary source for bioethics research and new information. Research addresses ethical, legal, and social issues in healthcare and science with an emphasis on multidisciplinary approaches. Topics range from genetics to organ transplantation, medical research to health privacy, informed consent to pandemic flu preparedness.
     
  • Cancer Center

    The Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center is a patient care, research, and educational organizaIndiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center in downtown Indianapolis offers cancer caretion within the Indiana University School of Medicine, located on the school's main campus in Indianapolis.
     
  • The Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

    The Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics brings world-class, cutting-edge research in these areas to Indiana with special emphasis on the problems of identifying the functions and structures of various protein entities in a manner that stimulates both academic and commercial collaborations.