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Pitt psychiatrist Rebecca Price writes about her new study, which supports the idea that the drug opens a “window of opportunity” for patients with depression to improve their self-worth.
In a new publication, Pitt researchers share how they crafted a guide that prioritizes safety for field researchers from marginalized groups.
Pitt’s Center for Governance and Markets won a $2.4 million grant to study how societies overcome deep differences
Funded by the John Templeton Foundation, Jennifer Brick Murtazashvili will co-lead the project, which will foster a global network of scholars to tackle polarization and social divisions.
A new study shows where industry and weather dropped metals like lead and cadmium in Pittsburgh soils.
When Pitt economist Osea Giuntella offered students just $30 per week to sleep longer, they did — and the results persisted past the study period. Here’s what that could mean for other habits.
Students, alumni and friends are invited to a Sept. 16 grand opening ceremony to meet entrepreneurs in residence and learn about upcoming programs.
Pitt and UPMC Enterprises partner to accelerate research commercialization and build Pittsburgh’s life sciences economy
Pitt investigators studying women’s health, autoimmune disease and rare neurological diseases can get up to $1 million per year for up to two years through a new partnership.
Pitt’s Julie Fiez and Carnegie Mellon’s Lori Holt will lead the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition into its next era of collaboration and curiosity.
With a 30-year agreement, the biotech company will be the first tenant at Pitt BioForge on Hazelwood Green.
A Nature paper led by a Pitt PhD student revealed a crucial flaw in studies that attempt to predict complex personality traits from one-off brain scans.
The first report from Pitt’s National Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Family Supports highlights the many challenges of caring for loved ones.
Diamond Kinetics, founded by a Pitt professor and alumnus, creates sensors and other tech to help players analyze their game.
This Pitt-led program will help underrepresented minorities in science and medicine move into leadership roles
The multi-institutional TRANSFORM program supports mid-career faculty during a pivotal time for growth.
Here’s what they had to say during their on-campus remarks. Previous awardees have gone on to win the Nobel Prize.
It’s the longest-ever glacier record for the tropics, and it could help scientists better understand modern-day climate change.
The team’s new technology could help humans with limited arm function regain movement.
A partnership with Manchester Bidwell Corporation is making sure the region’s clinical research studies have the talent they need to make groundbreaking discoveries.
As new host of the Southwest Pennsylvania Water Network, the collaboratory aims to help build a stronger regional identity around the area’s rivers.
Jeanine Buchanich’s work with the Pennsylvania Department of Health is pinpointing which public health interventions show the most benefit.
For these Pitt dads, teaming up with their children was a highlight of their careers.