The flu season is off to an early and strong start. Flu activity has been reported as widespread in at least 46 states, including Indiana. Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health is currently restricting visitors to protect patients and prevent further spreading. Learn more.
Solutions for the most vexing health problems are only discovered when the best minds work together. Riley at IU Health welcomes researchers and prospective sponsors who share our mission of rapid innovation to benefit children’s health.
Through its relationship with Indiana University, Riley at IU Health is one of the busiest pediatric healthcare research sites in the United States. Our physicians and researchers set new standards for care that improve children’s health, working together in three pediatric research facilities:
These facilities offer more than 843,500 square feet of basic, translational and clinical research space for multidisciplinary studies. As a national leader in biomedical research and patient care, Riley at IU Health and Indiana University provide researchers and sponsors with a multitude of resources, including ReSEARCH Connect, a tool that allows researchers and sponsors to identify opportunities for funding and collaboration.
Active clinical trials at Indiana University and Riley at IU Health can be found through the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (ICTSI)—a statewide collaboration between Indiana University, Purdue University and the University of Notre Dame.
The Indiana University School of Medicine offers information about the many research centers in the academic health center formed by Indiana University Health, Riley at IU Health and Indiana University. These centers include a broad range of biomedical research that extends beyond pediatric health.
We invite you to learn more about researchers who are members of the Department of Pediatrics and their specific areas of investigation in pediatric health.
Find out how physicians-scientists at Riley at IU Health are making a difference for children through research.