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Research and scholarly activity is an important aspect of medical education, both to faculty and medical students. Our Indianapolis location provides Marian University students with excellent opportunities to explore their interests and gain awareness about the latest trends, concepts, and theories in healthcare research. As a student on our campus, you can access research opportunities in clinical and translational facilities affiliated with top global pharmaceutical, biomedical, and life science companies headquartered in Indianapolis—as well as nationally and internationally recognized hospitals throughout the city. Life science companies throughout Indianapolis have built ongoing relationships with top academic and medical institutions, including Marian University. As a student, you’ll benefit from exposure to the latest tools and technologies that are advancing medical science. As a DO student at Marian University, you can engage in multidisciplinary campus research projects, collaborating with faculty researchers who will mentor and guide you every step of the way, cultivating your appreciation for the role of research in medicine. ‘‘

Marian University

Community Howard Regional Health Community Hospital of Anderson and Madison County Indianapolis Endoscopy Center Community Heart and Vascular Hospital Ascension St. Vincent Health Network St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital St. Vincent Fishers Hospital St. Vincent Carmel Hospital Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent St. Vincent Women’s Hospital St. Vincent Heart Center Indianapolis St. Vincent Heart Center Carmel St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital St. Vincent Jennings Hospital St. Vincent Seton Specialty Hospital St. Mary’s Hospital

Fort Wayne



life and biomedical science companies in Indiana. There are more than 2,400

Terre Haute


Parkview Network

Union Hospital Network

Franciscan St. Francis Health Network


“In working with Dr. Lowery, we published a lot of high-quality research, something that not many medical students get the chance to do. Being a published author gave me a huge advantage in getting my first-choice surgical residency at a major academic institution. I gained both a friend and an incredible mentor in him.”

Hendricks Regional Health

Goshen Health

DO students at Marian University benefit from our relationships with more than 200 CLINICAL PARTNERS in urban, suburban, township, and rural areas. We continuously seek and build relationships with new clinical sites throughout the State of Indiana to develop mutually beneficial teaching and learning opportunities.

Aaron Hudnall, DO Class of 2017, MU-COM Outstanding Biomedical Science Award winner Published in Journal of Biological Chemistry and the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association Specialty: General Surgery Undergraduate School: Milligan College Home State: Indiana

Witham Health Services

Hancock Regional Hospital

Henry Community Health




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