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Gellad on Memorial Sloan Kettering curbing executives' ties to industry after COI scandals

NEW YORK TIMES - HPM's Walid ...
Gellad on Memorial Sloan Kettering curbing executives' ties to industry after COI scandals

NEW YORK TIMES - HPM's Walid Gellad calls the policy changes a "watershed moment" and went on to say, "This is highly significant, espeically at such a high-profile academic center. Leadership matters, and the institution has decided that their leaders should not also be concurrently leading for-pr... (01/14/2019)

Albert on program that helps seniors continue to live independently

REUTERS - "You really want to...
Albert on program that helps seniors continue to live independently

REUTERS - "You really want to see people be independent and able to manage without help from their families or from paid services," said BCHS's Steve Albert. "Presumably if you can improve function with the activities of daily life, you reduce the risk of nursing home placement."  (01/14/2019)

Biost joins Hugen in Staff Volunteer and Team Building Day

HUGEN staff joined BIOST for ...
Biost joins Hugen in Staff Volunteer and Team Building Day

HUGEN staff joined BIOST for their Staff Volunteer and Team Building Day, visiting Global Links to sort medical supplies for distribution in resource-poor communities. Afterwards, they switched gears at Lumberjaxes in Mount Lebanon, where they showed off their axe-throwing skills (Joe Germanoski wa... (01/14/2019)

Sevco named COO of UPMC Pinnacle

Congratulations to Mark Sevco...
Sevco named COO of UPMC Pinnacle

Congratulations to Mark Sevco (HPM '91) who will be the COO of UPMC Pinnacle in Harrisburg. Sevco was formerly president of UPMC McKeesport in McKeesport, PA and UPMC East in Monroeville, PA.  Read the announcement from Becker's Hospital Review.   (01/14/2019)

Garcia-Bates says timing of immunotherapy crucial to outcomes

MEDICAL RESEARCH - "HIV infec...
Garcia-Bates says timing of immunotherapy crucial to outcomes

MEDICAL RESEARCH - "HIV infection is a manageable disease with the advent and availability of combination antiretroviral therapy (ART). But, when ART is interrupted, the virus quickly rebounds to high levels and again targets the immune system. Therefore, new immunotherapeutic treatments are sought... (01/14/2019)

 

Fri
1/18
Center for Health Equity Meeting
Emerging Latino Communities Reading and Publishing Group Center for Health Equity Meeting
Emerging Latino Communities Reading and Publishing Group
Fri 1/18 10:30AM - 11:30AM
1154 Public Health, JHF Conference Room

Fri
1/18
Human Genetics Seminar Series
John Shaffer - The genetic architecture of human facial morphology Human Genetics Seminar Series
John Shaffer - The genetic architecture of human facial morphology
Fri 1/18 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Public Health Lecture Hall (A115)

John Shaffer, PhD - The genetic architecture of human facial morphology

Fri
1/18
Biostatistics Dissertation Defense
Xingyuan Li - Modeling Exposure-Time-Response Association in the Presence of Competing Risks Biostatistics Dissertation Defense
Xingyuan Li - Modeling Exposure-Time-Response Association in the Presence of Competing Risks
Fri 1/18 1:00PM - 3:00PM
7139 Public Health, Peterson Seminar Room

Xingyuan Li of the Department of Biostatistics defends her dissertation on "Modeling Exposure-Time-Response Association in the Presence of Competing Risks". 

Fri
1/18
EOH Seminar Series
Assessing environmental justice and heart disease burden from air pollution in Allegheny County EOH Seminar Series
Assessing environmental justice and heart disease burden from air pollution in Allegheny County
Fri 1/18 1:00PM - 2:00PM
A719 Public Health

James Fabisiak presents: A Risk-Based Model to Assess Environmental Justice and Coronary Heart Disease Burden from Air Pollution in Allegheny County. How Many Angels Can Dance on a PM2.5? 

Fri
1/18
Biostatistics Event
*OPEN TO ALL* Coffee and Collaboration Hour: Ashley Naimi and Christina Mair Biostatistics Event
*OPEN TO ALL* Coffee and Collaboration Hour: Ashley Naimi and Christina Mair
Fri 1/18 2:00PM - 3:00PM
A521 Public Health

Open to all faculty and students, this informal monthly meeting features short presentations from faculty to introduce their research program and problems, followed by a Q&A. Designed to provide a platform for collaborations and to broaden the scope of science within the school. Gain a broader perspective and understanding of science and public health - with free coffee!

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