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Alok Joglekar and Tagbo Niepa will receive $4 million total through the High-Risk, High-Reward Research program, which supports early career scientists.
Kyle Orwig received the Distinguished Researcher Award from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine
The Pitt professor will be honored for his contributions to the field during a ceremony in October.
Pitt psychiatrist Rebecca Price writes about her new study, which supports the idea that the drug opens a “window of opportunity” for patients with depression to improve their self-worth.
The PITT pathway, described in a Nature paper by faculty members Jay Xiaojun Tan and Toren Finkel, fixes a part of the cell that recycles waste.
In a new publication, Pitt researchers share how they crafted a guide that prioritizes safety for field researchers from marginalized groups.
Pitt’s Center for Governance and Markets won a $2.4 million grant to study how societies overcome deep differences
Funded by the John Templeton Foundation, Jennifer Brick Murtazashvili will co-lead the project, which will foster a global network of scholars to tackle polarization and social divisions.
LifeX Greenhouse will use the award to fund life science companies in Western Pennsylvania.
A new study shows where industry and weather dropped metals like lead and cadmium in Pittsburgh soils.
Students, alumni and friends are invited to a Sept. 16 grand opening ceremony to meet entrepreneurs in residence and learn about upcoming programs.
When Pitt economist Osea Giuntella offered students just $30 per week to sleep longer, they did — and the results persisted past the study period. Here’s what that could mean for other habits.
Pitt and UPMC Enterprises partner to accelerate research commercialization and build Pittsburgh’s life sciences economy
Pitt investigators studying women’s health, autoimmune disease and rare neurological diseases can get up to $1 million per year for up to two years through a new partnership.
Her team found that the properties of a neuron subtype are specialized in different subregions of the cortex.
Lillian Chong creates simulations that mimic biological processes too small and too fast to be observed by even the most sophisticated microscope. The result is videos that show what’s happening with
Stephen Frederico received an American Brain Tumor Association fellowship to study pediatric brain cancer
The award aims to motivate talented medical students to pursue careers in neuro-oncology research by supporting a three-month summer research experience.
Led by Changfeng Tai, the team is developing a device to address bladder, bowel and sexual disorders.
Pitt’s Julie Fiez and Carnegie Mellon’s Lori Holt will lead the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition into its next era of collaboration and curiosity.
The trials allow for more than one treatment to be given to a patient, or for treatment to change midway through.
With a 30-year agreement, the biotech company will be the first tenant at Pitt BioForge on Hazelwood Green.
The award recognizes female researchers who make a notable scientific contribution to the field.
It’s her first, first-author publication.