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Shyam Visweswaran was appointed to a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine committee
The professor in Pitt’s Department of Biomedical Informatics will work to assess how researchers use racialized groups and ethnic categories.
The University is among 100 schools ranked based on an analysis of the 2,000 top leaders in the U.S. and where they were educated.
Fernando Tormos-Aponte's social science research is inspired by his homeland’s experience rebuilding after Hurricane Maria.
Their company, HEARTio, is developing an algorithm to help doctors more quickly identify coronary artery disease.
A Pitt analysis of 20 million research papers shows how teams of scientists that collaborate from a distance are less likely to do paradigm-shifting work.
The Department of Chemistry professor has served on the journal’s board of editors and board of directors.
The annual event features nationality and heritage rooms decked in seasonal splendor, music and cultural demonstrations, traditional foods and baked goods and a visit from St. Nicholas.
Pitt’s first winter commencement will be held at the Petersen Events Center at 2 p.m. Dec. 17.
Faculty from departments across the University rank in the top 1% by citations for their field over the past decade.
They will organize an advisory board to improve the climate and culture at Pitt.
The UPSIDE Award and the Creating a Just Community Award will be presented during Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Social Justice Week in January.
The accomplished physician-scientist whose research has advanced early cancer detection will join the School of Medicine in March.
Delivering remarks as vice chair for education on the Council of Competitiveness, Gabel emphasized the importance of partnerships and thought leadership on new technologies.
Register for virtual sessions on contracting, partnership management, research administration and more. UIDPVirtual 2023 is Dec. 5-7.
Gabel will lead the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities' council of chief executives of member colleges and universities and systems.
The national honor recognizes the University’s Pittsburgh Study.
The funding saves in-state students approximately $64,000 over a four-year undergraduate career.
The life sciences capital growth company will use the funds to accelerate technology entrepreneurship in Pittsburgh and beyond.
Nominations are open Partnerships of Distinction and other awards until Jan. 5.
Clare Sierawski won a Distinguished Alumni Award from Pitt’s Department of Geology and Environmental Science
Hear from the USDA senior energy counselor at a Nov. 16 talk.