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Awardees are selected for making a difference in the lives of others and inspiring students to become well-trained physician assistants.
Here are answers to your frequently asked questions and where you can get your shot.
Yanshan Wang named chair-elect of the Natural Language Processing Working Group for the American Medical Informatics Association
His research interests focus on artificial intelligence, natural language processing and machine/deep learning methodologies and applications in health care.
The School of Dental Medicine was the first in the nation to implement opioid-free pain management for most procedures in its clinics. Now, the practice is spreading.
The forum gave attendees a chance to discuss solutions to pressing health issues in the Homewood community and beyond.
Almost 300 pairs of glasses were ordered, and serious vision issues were identified in 100 patients.
The $250,000 from the Richard King Mellon Foundation will both support Black faculty at Pitt and address Black maternal and infant health in Western Pennsylvania and beyond.
ALung was approved for emergency use during the pandemic. It’s now going to help asthma, cystic fibrosis and transplant patients, too.
Fulmer is director of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine's Standardized Patient Program.
A patient enrolled in a trial to restore sight to blind people shares his journey in the latest Pitt Med Magazine, and the glow-in-the-dark science behind the advance is astonishing.
COVID-19 Fund to Retain Clinical Scientists will support researchers with family caregiving responsibilities
The gift will support at least 250 biomedical early-career faculty at medical schools and their affiliated hospitals in 17 states.
A vaccine clinic in Homewood helped more than 400 people get their flu and COVID-19 vaccines this week
Sponsored by a half dozen local organizations, including Pitt, the clinic boosted access to the life-saving shots.
The team, led by Pamela Moalli, is working to develop materials to repair tissue loss in people with compromised vaginal structure and function.
Here’s how to get home, what to do if you’re staying on campus and important COVID-19 info.
How clinicians stop infectious disease transmission in hospitals hasn’t changed in more than a century. Pitt researchers are using AI and genome sequencing to change that.
Participate in the American Cancer Society event and get support from Pitt at no cost.
An interdisciplinary Pitt team is using machine learning to more quickly and accurately identify heart attacks and their arterial origins.
"The newest, coolest and healthiest place on campus" is coming soon.
The University has partnered with local agricultural company Fifth Season to grow lettuce, spinach and other greens using 97% less land and 95% less water than traditional farming methods.
A nurse anesthetist and Pitt alum watched veterans with PTSD “go to sleep in Pittsburgh but wake up in Iraq.” He knew something had to change.