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We come from many disciplines and backgrounds, united by a vision of a world where better information empowers people to end disease and realize true health.

Building tools and infrastructure, creating care models, and sharing and enabling research are the ways our dedicated investigators and staff express commitment to improving patients’ lives. Their stories fuel our pursuit of the best possible health care for all people. Learn more about how you can join us in revolutionizing care.

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February 20, 2019 • Executive Update
A Message from Peter Embi, CEO: Partnerships Enhance Efforts to Advance Science
Editor’s Note: Regenstrief Institute has a growing number of important relationships with industry and corporate partners. As such, this column will be the first of two (at least) that will highlight these associations. The second column is planned for Wednesday, March 20, 2019. Medical research that impacts the health of individuals and communities — locally, […]
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February 19, 2019 • News
Regenstrief Investigator Wins Rare and Prestigious VA Award; 1 of 15 ‘Research Career Scientist’ Designations
Regenstrief Institute scientist Teresa Damush, PhD, received the Research Career Scientist Award from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The five-year award recognizes the VA’s most accomplished non-clinician scientists. The Health Services Research and Development Service only has 14 other current awardees across all of its research centers nationwide. Dr. Damush focuses her research on […]
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February 15, 2019 • News
Regenstrief Scientist Provides Education about Alzheimer’s Bill at Indiana Statehouse
Regenstrief investigator Daniel Bateman, M.D., joined dozens of advocates at the Indiana Statehouse to urge lawmakers to pass a bill to develop a State Alzheimer’s Disease Plan. Dr. Bateman called Alzheimer’s disease and dementia a public health crisis. He said one in three older adults will die with Alzheimer’s, so the disease will touch almost […]
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