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Maureen Lichtveld was the youngest and first female physician to work directly in the Amazon rainforest. Join her on a study abroad program there this summer.
The $60,000 award will support the Pittsburgh Center for Interdisciplinary Bone and Mineral Research.
The Spring Safety Fair will feature fun and informative demonstrations, plus a chance to win a pair of Apple AirPods Pro.
Arsenal Elementary School students in Pittsburgh rolled up their sleeves for Jonas Salk's polio vaccine on Feb. 23, 1954.
The School of Public Health is dropping “graduate” from its name to reflect its expanding offerings.
PhD student Sarah Aghjayan and colleagues pooled data from dozens of studies to discover whose brains benefit the most from exercise.
Pitt has been awarded a grant to determine whether long-acting analogue insulin is better than other treatments for Type 1 diabetes.
Second- and third-year residents will work in Tioga and Potter counties as part of the only such program in north-central Pennsylvania.
Modern medicine promises bountiful health, so why have Black Americans been left behind? The risk factor is not race, but racism and its legacy.
This Valentine’s Day, relationship expert Amanda Forest shares her research on how to be a supportive partner.
Johnson plans to explore neighborhood-level determinants of health for patients with hypertension.
Over winter recess, Pitt became home to the largest installation of micro-farming units on any campus in the country.
Their at-home system for tracking blood pressure and providing ongoing care recently won a federal award.
Street Medicine at Pitt serves Pittsburghers without homes — and educates future medical professionals
On a cold night in January, students headed downtown to provide health care, cold weather supplies and a listening ear.
The funding program aims to advance ideas and solutions addressing problems in the area of pain.
Learn how to upload a new photo of your vaccination card.
The University Counseling Center and Pitt Police have launched a new initiative to de-escalate situations where students are in distress.
The no-cost, virtual workshop will be held Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:30-9 p.m. between Feb. 16 and May 9.
Get the latest info from the experts in Pitt’s COVID-19 Medical Response Office.
The program's goals are to engage more faculty to conduct research, educate students and engage in service.