Accolades & Honors
A new Pitt Medicine study, published in the Journal of Hepatology, performed the largest-ever genetic analysis for biliary atresia, the leading reason for liver transplant in children.
Her project, funded by a Racial Equity in STEM Education award, will work to expand the range of perspectives and voices in AI technology.
The Frederick Honors College graduate directed, co-wrote and produced the romantic drama “Pivot.”
He will pitch his blood-based cerebral aneurysm test on Oct. 24.
The first Pitt student selected for the prestigious aeronautics program, she spent the summer working for Daher’s Aircraft Division in France.
The teaching associate professor of studio arts received $20,000 for her project based on Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery.”
The associate professor will participate in a two-year professional development program for current and aspiring DEI leaders in the geosciences.
The associate professor of medicine and clinical and translational science at Pitt will advise researchers on patient-centered outcomes.
The Frederick Honors College faculty fellow was honored for working with refugees in Pittsburgh and supporting blind youth in Kenya.
She was previously an assistant professor of dental public health in Pitt’s School of Dental Medicine.
It’s the latest of several grants the Center for Philosophy of Science director has earned from the organization.
Their projects center on teaching and discussing history among educators.
The professor will use the funding to flesh out new theories in orbital physics.
The Pitt ophthalmologist and his longtime collaborator Botond Roska were honored for their work on optogenetic therapy for blindness.
The American Society for Cell Biology will honor the professor for her scientific achievements and work mentoring underrepresented groups.
William R. Brice was a professor of geology and planetary science at the regional campus for 34 years.
The Division of Student Affairs named Lorraine Craven as assistant dean for student experience and Jayne Pizzuto as director of new student programs.
The guidelines from the American Psychological Association panel were endorsed by the surgeon general.
The publication honored Pitt's executive director of sustainability for her contributions and influence in energy and environment maters within Pennsylvania.
Two Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences professors’ studies of culture, history and climate change on the island are more relevant than ever after the fatal wildfire.