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It’s her first, first-author publication.
A Nature paper led by a Pitt PhD student revealed a crucial flaw in studies that attempt to predict complex personality traits from one-off brain scans.
The honor supports highly productive and creative mid-career faculty with $25,000 in research support.
The program supports faculty from historically disadvantaged backgrounds in their research endeavors.
The first report from Pitt’s National Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Family Supports highlights the many challenges of caring for loved ones.
He’ll continue in his leadership roles at the Innovation Institute as well.
This Pitt-led program will help underrepresented minorities in science and medicine move into leadership roles
The multi-institutional TRANSFORM program supports mid-career faculty during a pivotal time for growth.
Diamond Kinetics, founded by a Pitt professor and alumnus, creates sensors and other tech to help players analyze their game.
Here’s what they had to say during their on-campus remarks. Previous awardees have gone on to win the Nobel Prize.
Yealy has served on the board of the journal since 1997.
It’s the longest-ever glacier record for the tropics, and it could help scientists better understand modern-day climate change.
The team’s new technology could help humans with limited arm function regain movement.
A partnership with Manchester Bidwell Corporation is making sure the region’s clinical research studies have the talent they need to make groundbreaking discoveries.
As new host of the Southwest Pennsylvania Water Network, the collaboratory aims to help build a stronger regional identity around the area’s rivers.
Jeanine Buchanich’s work with the Pennsylvania Department of Health is pinpointing which public health interventions show the most benefit.
For these Pitt dads, teaming up with their children was a highlight of their careers.
A new Pitt study describes a hidden cost of being social that can likely be found across the animal kingdom — even in humans.
In a dramatic scaling up of an experimental treatment for deadly bacterial infections, 11 out of 20 patients responded well to the therapy and none showed adverse effects.
A new study co-authored by the late Freddie Fu reviews the environmental costs of orthopedic surgeries and explores more sustainable options.
They will study how to integrate natural language processing into writing feedback and revision.