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Garrison, Abdi, Litam win first place nationally in 2019 Everett V. Fox Student Case Competition

Erika Garrison (MHA/MBA '20),...
Garrison, Abdi, Litam win first place nationally in 2019 Everett V. Fox Student Case Competition

Erika Garrison (MHA/MBA '20), Ilham Abdi (MHA '20), and Terrance Litam (MHA '20) took top honors in NAHSE's case competition held in Washington, DC. Competing among 29 teams representing the nation's top programs, the Pitt students developed a plan to address the health care needs of San Francisco'... (10/14/2019)

Faculty speak out on “Inequality Across Gender and Race” report

Faculty members Dara Mendez ...
Faculty speak out on “Inequality Across Gender and Race” report

Faculty members Dara Mendez (EPI) and Tiffany Gary-Webb (EPI/BCHS) shared some thoughtful criticisms of the “Inequality Across Gender and Race ” report recently issued by the city.  These two Pitt Public Health faculty members were co-signers of a letter responding to the report and challengin... (10/09/2019)

Epidemiology students share internships and practica during “Epi-in-Action” symposium

Reporting on recent internshi...
Epidemiology students share internships and practica during “Epi-in-Action” symposium

Reporting on recent internships and practica, epidemiology students reported on summer research and practice experiences in our region and around the world. The O’Hara Student Center ballroom buzzed as faculty and staff learned about field initiatives, practical applications, and lessons learned. ... (10/09/2019)

IDM Research Day expanded with guest speakers and more than 70 student presenters

The Department of Infectious ...
IDM Research Day expanded with guest speakers and more than 70 student presenters

The Department of Infectious Diseases and Microbiology held their biggest-ever research day celebration, featuring three guest speakers: Jonathan Oliver spoke about the emerging tick-borne diseases of the northern United States, Daniel Voth talked about using human-derived systems to investigate ba... (10/09/2019)

HuGen’s Minster heads to Accra, Ghana for consortium on human heredity and health in Africa

Assistant Professor Ryan Mins...
HuGen’s Minster heads to Accra, Ghana for consortium on human heredity and health in Africa

Assistant Professor Ryan Minster (HUGEN ’11) is attending the 14th Meeting of the H3Africa (Human Heredity and Health in Africa) Consortium in Accra, Ghana. H3Africa facilitates fundamental research into diseases on the African continent while also developing infrastructure, resources, training, an... (10/08/2019)

 

Mon
10/14
IDM Seminar Series
Presentation by: Dustin T. Duncan, ScD IDM Seminar Series
Presentation by: Dustin T. Duncan, ScD
Mon 10/14 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Public Health Lecture Hall (A115)

Mon
10/14
Epidemiology Subclinical CVD Journal Club
Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology Journal Club Epidemiology Subclinical CVD Journal Club
Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology Journal Club
Mon 10/14 3:00PM - 4:30PM
A521 Public Health

The CVD Epidemiology journal club is a forum for scientific interaction between CVD Epidemiology training program students, collaborating faculty and other students with interest in CVD Epidemiology.

Mon
10/14
Pitt Public Health Event
Graduate Student Engagement Session on One BigelowGraduate Student Engagement Session on One Bigelow Pitt Public Health Event
Graduate Student Engagement Session on One Bigelow
Mon 10/14 5:00PM - 6:00PM
University Club

The Office of the Provost is seeking graduate students to join their Engagement Session on the One Bigelow development project. An ad hoc committee has been working to help shape a vision for the project. The goal is to produce a vision statement that reflects the shared perspectives of the University community. It will then be provided to the design team charged with transforming the vision into a reality.

Mon
10/14
Student Organization Meeting
Association of Women in Public Health Meeting Association of Women in Public Health Meeting Student Organization Meeting
Association of Women in Public Health Meeting
Mon 10/14 7:00PM - 8:00PM
1155 Public Health, Foster Conf. Rm.(former 1149)

Association of Women in Public Health (AWPH) will be meeting from 7-8pm in 1149 Public Health. For more information contact awph@pitt.edu.

Tue
10/15
Career Services Webinar/Online Event
CDC Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program WebinarCDC Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program Webinar Career Services Webinar/Online Event
CDC Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program Webinar
Tue 10/15 10:00AM - 11:00AM


CDC’s Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program (PHIFP) provides training that prepares professionals to help solve cutting-edge informatics and data science issues in public health. Register to attend a PHIFP recruitment webinar to learn more about this exciting opportunity!