Bowen Research Center
The Bowen Research Center (BRC), the research arm of the Department of Family Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine, is dedicated to research to improve health and lives of the residents of Indiana. In an effort to develop real solutions to society’s problems, the BRC faculty collaborate on a variety of research projects which offer new vision and hope for today’s health problems.
The Bowen Research Center provides an environment to stimulate both qualitative and quantitative research among faculty in the Department of Family Medicine. The BRC generates various types of information to disseminate its research findings to the public and other health care professionals including: scientific articles, research reports, conference papers, presentations and posters.
Established in 1991, the Bowen Research Center was named in honor of Otis R. Bowen, M.D., former Governor of Indiana, Secretary of Health and Human Services for the United States, and faculty member in the Department of Family Medicine.