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On Sept. 20-24, join students, faculty and staff for a mix of in-person and virtual events designed to encourage bike commuting.
Seema Lakdawala’s lab is part of a new multi-institutional partnership that will assess the pandemic potential of new viruses.
Indoor air quality matters now more than ever. Here’s how the Office of Facilities Management is keeping the air safe in Pitt buildings.
Students: Got questions about in-person classes, COVID-19 testing or quarantine? We’ve got answers.
To honor a fallen friend from ROTC, Nick Liermann (CGS ’00) launched an organization to give service dogs to injured veterans. An upcoming cycling marathon will raise funds for the group.
A Sept. 13 virtual lecture by Sen. Bob Casey will address the pandemic’s impact on people with disabilities and the need to bolster home- and community-based services.
The Environmental Health and Safety and Facilities Management teams are keeping Pitt’s air, water and facilities clean in preparation for the community’s return to campus buildings.
The Class of 2025 continued last year’s pandemic-inspired tradition of writing their own oath professionalism.
Have questions about your health? Lost your vaccination card? Want more details about vaccines? The professionals in the University’s Pitt CoVax Vaccination Center on Fifth Avenue can help.
Even people with mild COVID-19 sometimes have lingering issues. The UPMC Post-COVID Recovery Clinic is using a new cognitive behavioral therapy app to help people with anxiety and depression.
Abdominal aortic aneurysm is the 15th leading cause of death in the United States. It occurs when the aorta weakens and begins to irreversibly dilate, like a slowly inflating balloon. If left
There are so many reasons to get your COVID-19 vaccine. We asked a few members of our campus community why they got theirs — here’s what they said. Learn more at coronavirus.pitt.edu.
Harold Rickenbacker (ENGR’19G) manages clean air projects in the United States and abroad with the Environmental Defense Fund.
Studying trauma and its impact.
Pitt will collaborate with BridgeBio Pharma, Inc. to identify and support the development of novel therapies for patients with genetic diseases and cancers with clear genetic drivers.
COVID-19 surges don’t care about borders or politics — instead they look more like weather patterns, flowing across the North American continent.
More than 1 million square feet of the University is now certified green. See some of the buildings across the Pittsburgh campus designated Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).
The new Office of Emerging Technologies in Health Sciences Education, led by Chris O’Donnell, is tasked with uniting Pitt’s schools of the health sciences through embracing new tech.
Pitt expands access to physical therapy and physician assistant studies programs with hybrid offerings
The School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences is now offering its top-ranked Doctor of Physical Therapy program and its physician assistant studies program in a hybrid format to serve more
Many clinicians struggle with their mental health, but “When it’s you, you might not see it,” says Sansea Jacobson, associate professor of psychiatry. See the ways Pitt people are changing systems so