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The Beat Goes On

Face covering rules meant that students at Fanny Edel Falk Laboratory School couldn’t use wind instruments this year. A gift of drums and maracas kept the students learning.

Disease of Disparities

Deborah Gentile (MED ’94) has spent the past decade analyzing asthma rates and who suffers most from air pollution. “It’s an environmental justice issue,” she says.

  • Alumni

Project Seeks to Identify Gaps, Help Staff

The new Administrative Services Design Project aims to better understand how Pitt can help staff and make their lives easier, as well as improve the experience of University members who rely on their

  • Staff
  • Our City/Our Campus
Sherry Chou in a blue shirt

COVID-19 and Lingering Neurological Problems

A global study led by Pitt’s Sherry Chou found that eight out of 10 adults hospitalized with COVID-19 develop neurological problems, and they are six times more likely to die.

  • Innovation and Research
  • Covid-19
  • School of Medicine

Leeches Get a Bad Rap

Leeches are all too happy to latch onto reattached body parts, skin grafts and transplanted tissue. Pitt Med magazine explains medicinal parasites in kid-friendly language.

  • Innovation and Research