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Priore talked about how chess strategies are useful in the work world.
It’s an acknowledgment of not only remarkable research, but also extraordinary dedication to the field of gerontology.
Pitt people have all sorts of reasons for continuing to mask on campus. Here’s what one of them wants you to know.
It’s the first midwifery program in western Pennsylvania and the only DNP Midwifery program in Pennsylvania.
The recognition is awarded to peer reviewers for their demonstrated critical thinking skills, effective participation and the extraordinary quality of their contributions to the journal.
These Pitt people’s work advocating for affordable health care landed them invitations to the White House
PhD student Amy Raslevich and alum Adrianne Sapienza attended yesterday’s signing of an executive order to strengthen the Affordable Care Act.
Get fresh produce and visit local vendors on select Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. outside the William Pitt Union.
The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) elected University of Pittsburgh faculty members Fabrisia Ambrosio and Ramakrishna Mukkamala to its College of Fellows. Ambrosio
The Public Health Trans-Disciplinary Collaboration Pilot Awards support projects that use data science to develop targeted health interventions. Here are the 5 winning projects.
One year after Pitt acquired its vaccine supply, volunteers, staff and interns share the lessons they’ve learned.
Pitt Public Health will lead data coordination for a trial on a deadly condition common in preterm infants
The $5.5 million NHLBI-supported trial will evaluate treatment options for patent ductus arteriosus.
A $9.6 million grant will help Pitt and RAND researchers measure the link between structural racism and cognitive decline in two Pittsburgh neighborhoods.
Hoberman is the first person ever to receive this award from the Clinical Research Forum on two separate occasions.
Effective Monday, March 28, indoor masking will be optional except for in health care settings and on-campus shuttles.
On March 18, fourth-year medical students learned where they’re headed for the next stop in their training.
Burke’s studies have included testing various diet approaches to weight loss and learning how people self-monitor their dietary intake.
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist spoke with a speech-language pathology class, part of a panel of speakers who shared how stuttering affected their lives.
Associate Professor Seema Lakdawala is leading a subproject on an $8.8 million grant.
Ten grants will fund studies of addiction prevention, sleep and teen substance use, cranial surgery and rheumatoid arthritis.
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.