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Hoberman is the first person ever to receive this award from the Clinical Research Forum on two separate occasions.
Konstantinos Pelechrinis in the School of Computing and Information examined whether players can continue a streak of making many consecutive shots, also known as having “hot hands.”
Open educational resources are high-quality curricular materials such as textbooks, lab notebooks and videos. The submission deadline is April 1.
This year’s Award in Pain Scholars will receive grants of $50,000 annually for up to three years to conduct innovative research on critical topics on the biological mechanisms of pain.
Burke’s studies have included testing various diet approaches to weight loss and learning how people self-monitor their dietary intake.
The awards support both individual faculty members and large groups that are scaling up world-changing scholarly projects.
Pitt researchers received $14.5 million from the Department of Defense to fight viruses that cause brain infections and could be used in biowarfare.
Dan Ding, Lori Delale-O’Connor and Medina Jackson represented the University in Austin.
Yuri Nikiforov and Marina Nikiforova saw the effects of thyroid cancer on children in Belarus. Now, their test for the disease has eliminated thousands of unneeded surgeries.
The projects range from using Netflix in student services to diversifying academia.
The $60,000 award will support the Pittsburgh Center for Interdisciplinary Bone and Mineral Research.
“When Fracking Comes to Town: Governance, Planning, and Economic Impacts of the US Shale Boom” from Associate Professors Sabina Deitrick and Ilia Murtazashvili was released in January.
They were recently named senior members for their work on tissue engineering and therapies for fibrosis and heart diseases.
Arsenal Elementary School students in Pittsburgh rolled up their sleeves for Jonas Salk's polio vaccine on Feb. 23, 1954.
The senior vice chancellor for research is recognized for his outstanding contributions in electronic design automation.
Pitt has been awarded a grant to determine whether long-acting analogue insulin is better than other treatments for Type 1 diabetes.
Feb. 14-18 is international Love Data Week, designed to raise awareness about research data management, sharing and preservation. At Pitt, there’s witchcraft is involved.
This Valentine’s Day, relationship expert Amanda Forest shares her research on how to be a supportive partner.
The funds will accelerate their path from the lab to the market.
John Gallagher received special recognition from Francis Collins and Anthony Fauci for contributions to the National Institute of Health COVID-19 Guidelines Panel.