Professor Barb Flynn began her professional career as an elementary school teacher after graduating with her undergraduate degree in psychology.
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We are proud to call many veterans and current service people Kelleys. Here are just a few of their stories.
As a hospitalist, Mahdi Ajjan, MD, MBA’17, is accustomed to solving problems. His specialty itself sprang from the need to alleviate primary care physician burnout in the early 1990s, when these physicians were shuttling back and forth between practice offices and hospitals to treat admitted patients.
Indiana University faculty and staff met with Rwanda's ambassador to the United States during her recent visit to Indianapolis.
Today’s physicians are tasked with countless responsibilities each day, many of which go far beyond patient care.
“Embrace change,” Nolan Taylor, clinical assistant professor of information systems explains. “Some things you learn today won’t be the same in five years -- even a year from now... We are constantly learning and adapting.”
The Team Kelley Mentoring Program premiered for the first time in August 2017.
Michael Schifano, DO, MBA'17, is the kind of physician who’s always finding new ways to differentiate his practice.
This is the first in a series of blogs featuring the Venture Club, written by Evening MBA student Kelci Dye.