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Nathan Lord earned an NIH New Innovator Award for his research on the chemical language of the body’s building blocks. It’s work that could transform regenerative medicine.
With support from the Richard King Mellon Foundation and local schools and businesses, Future Works is the outcome of a yearslong effort to revitalize downtown Johnstown.
The assistant professor in Pitt’s School of Social Work will study the effectiveness of youth interaction training for law enforcement.
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Park Lawrence Rankin, an architect who oversaw $1 billion in improvements to Pitt’s campuses, died at 73
During his 14 years at the University, the devoted architect led hundreds of construction and renovation projects, including the Cathedral of Learning cleaning in 2007.
The former associate provost and executive director of the University Center for Teaching and Learning was recognized for her service to the higher education technology community.
The series features Puerto Rican silk screen posters and an exploration of water in the Americas. Here’s how two Pitt students helped curate the works.
The honor — the nation’s highest for technological achievement — is the latest and most significant recognition of Cooper’s decades of innovations in wheelchair technology.
The Pitt Finish Line Grant will support financially vulnerable students so they can remain enrolled and complete their degrees.
The City of Pittsburgh issued a proclamation honoring the community caregivers, who were recognized at a School of Pharmacy celebration.
The first edition of the independent journal dedicated to research in the field of dual/concurrent enrollment is out now.
Their findings could affect our understanding of everything from genetic diversity to autoimmune diseases.
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The School of Social Work researchers will study the effects of a community-based maltreatment prevention program for parents.
Pitt Medicine researchers’ findings on brain cells linked to protection against dementia were published in Cell
The results from Hansruedi Mathys’ study suggest there is a link between inhibitory neurons and resilience to Alzheimer’s disease pathology.
Since 2016, more than 50 University of Pittsburgh students have volunteered to help the wrongfully convicted.
The visiting assistant professor will use the $20,000 to establish an experimental printmaking studio.
Relive the weekend from the Snake to a Panthers football victory with this photo gallery.
Mayor Ed Gainey named Oct. 10 in Roth’s honor for his decades of serving community health as an emergency medicine instructor.