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IU trains physicians to practice in rural and urban areas of critical need

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IU is tackling the nationwide physician shortage with two unique School of Medicine programs designed to train and retain physicians where they are needed most: in medically underserved rural and urban areas.

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IU experts are ready to talk about Russia’s war in Ukraine

On Feb. 24, 2022, Russia launched a military invasion of Ukraine. IU political scientists, historians and economists are available to discuss the impact of the ongoing war.

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