Accolades & Honors
Since 2016, more than 50 University of Pittsburgh students have volunteered to help the wrongfully convicted.
The visiting assistant professor will use the $20,000 to establish an experimental printmaking studio.
Mayor Ed Gainey named Oct. 10 in Roth’s honor for his decades of serving community health as an emergency medicine instructor.
It’s one in a long line of recognitions for the longtime Pitt history professor’s work in Northern Ireland’s peace process.
The professor of critical and cultural studies was selected by an Iowa Writers’ Workshop panel.
The Pitt professor was recognized for distinguished service to the field of chemistry.
He will develop curricula for to better prepare Pitt Med students to understand, evaluate, use and develop technologies that will advance their research and improve patient care.
The assistant professor is spending October and November at the studio in Utica, New York.
The Master of Public Policy and Management candidate will participate in the Center for Health Care Strategies’ executive training initiative.
Grants will help the cohort of junior scientists develop preliminary data, hypotheses and methods for competitive national grant applications.
As a charter member, the School of Medicine professor will review investigator-initiated research applications related to clinical informatics and digital health.
The external relations manager for the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine will participate in the Appalachian Regional Commission’s extensive training program.
Paola Buitrago and Katrina Knight were on Technical.ly's RealLIST Engineers 2023 list.
Rocky Schoen and Dhiraj Yadav were among 11 recognized by the American Gastroenterological Association nationwide.
Alumnus Yasir Aljohani won an abstract award at the 2023 American Orthotics and Prosthetics Association National Assembly
His research on child abandonment in Saudi Arabia was part of his Pitt capstone coursework.
The interdisciplinary team from Pitt’s School of Medicine and Department of Biological Sciences will investigate a mitochondrial target for Alzheimer’s disease.
Dean Adam Leibovich recognized those with 5, 10, 20, 25, 30, 40 and 50 years of service to the University.
The School of Medicine faculty will receive their awards at an Oct. 6 gala at PNC Park.
The director of Pitt’s Health + Explainable AI Research Laboratory was honored for his groundbreaking research on total joint arthroplasty.
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.