Our Centers

Regenstrief Institute is the home of three centers which bring together a talented cadre of scientists and research staff.

We have built inter-disciplinary collaborative teams to investigate and develop ways to apply innovative technology, research, and models and measures of care to improve the health and outcomes of patients – in our community, region, nation, and world. Each center maintains a core focus, which guides our teams in their contributions to create pathways to better care and better health.

Our Centers

Central Administration
Our Administration group provides a suite of resources to support the work being done in our Centers. Administrative service lines facilitate industry-academic collaboration, grants and contracts management, finance, recruiting and human resources functions, communications and public relations, and facilities coordination.
Center for Health Services Research
Center for Health Services Research advances health care and patient experiences for all of us. HSR performs wide-ranging, interdisciplinary work, which results in transformative best practices to a scale that allows for sustainable impact to the quality of care, clinical outcomes, and the value of the medical experience for clinicians, patients, and administrators.
Center for Biomedical Informatics
Center for Biomedical Informatics pioneers health information solutions to help clinicians serve patients. CBMI is a global collaborative research and learning organization, developing and evaluating innovative informatics solutions to improve patient care and translate these solutions into cost-effective, operational systems, including a dynamic electronic medical record system.
IU Center for Aging Research
IU Center for Aging Research transforms health care for vulnerable elders. IUCAR develops, tests, and implements innovative strategies to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare and self-care for medically and socially vulnerable older adults. Researchers in IUCAR enjoy national and international recognition for their expertise in clinical research on the aging brain, health promotion, and innovative models of collaborative care.