Find the medical school's executive leadership and their roles in executing the IUSM mission.
The main campus for the IU School of Medicine is located in the northwest quarter of downtown Indianapolis, on the IUPUI campus. Find a map here. Our 9 regional campuses are located on or adjacent to universities throughout Indiana.
The School has more than 60 clinical departments and speciality divisions.
Facts & Statistics
The IU School of Medicine educates the second largest student body in the U.S. Get more statistics and info from our current fact sheet and from the 2011-2013 IUSM bulletin. Still have questions? Look them up in the IU Fact Book, where you'll find answers to frequently asked questions about IU and its many campuses.
The IU School of Medicine (IUSM) was founded in 1903 - only the fourth medical school in the United States, after Johns Hopkins, Harvard, and Western Reserve, to require two or more years of collegiate work for admission. The school awarded the Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree to its first class of 25 in 1907. For a photographic look at our history, visit our award winning centennial celebration web site. And visit the IUSM medical libraries history of medicine collection for bibligraphic and other details on medical history in Indiana and around the U.S. Also check out the new History of Women at IUSM site, an informative look at women's role in the history of the IU School of Medicine.
Dean's Office of Educational Affairs
The School of Medicine strives to produce outstanding clinicians, physician educators, and physician scientists. We do so by providing excellent educational programs that are innovative and incorporate humanism, professionalism, the latest research advances, the best clinical practices, and the most effective care delivery models.
Maryellen Gusic, MD, serves as executive associate dean for educational affairs.
About Medical Education at IUSM
The main Indiana University School of Medicine campus is part of the IU Medical Center, which covers some 85 acres within one mile of the center of Indianapolis. In addition, the IU School of Medicine has eight campuses across the state, all of which are located on or near IU and other universities.
Half of the School's first- and second-year classes are taught on the Indianapolis campus; the other half are taught at one of these eight campuses. Most third- and fourth- year classes take place in Indianapolis. During the third and fourth years, the MD students participate in rotations to physician offices and hospitals throughout the state.
Further, the IUSM student curriculum is undergoing fundamental changes that will provide, among other things, early and meaningful exposure to patients.
We encourage current and prospective students to explore the Medical Student Affairs and the Medical Education and Curricular Affairs sites for details about academic life and the upcoming curricular changes at the IU School of Medicine.
The Indiana University School of Medicine is the second-largest medical school in the United States. With a focus on service to the state, the school includes the main campus in Indianapolis and eight additional campuses affiliated with IU and other Indiana universities. In 2009, the IU medical school began expanding opportunities for third and fourth-year clinical rotations throughout the state.
Sunday 12 Noon to 9:00 p.m.
Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Special Library Hours for IUSM Personnel
From 9pm to the morning opening time, part of the library is open for quiet study. Users must have an IUSM ID and access the library via the 2nd floor entrance. On campus holidays, the library is accessible from the 2nd floor entrance.
IU School of Medicine Northwest
We have the only medical school in Northwest Indiana. This short video discusses a planned expansion to serve even more medical students.
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