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Cauley Selected as Recipient of the 2011 Provost's Award for Excellence in Mentoring

Jane Cauley, DrPH and faculty member within the GSPH Department of Epidemiology, is being recognized for her commitment to mentoring and her successes in working with doctoral students. 

National Children’s Study Begins Recruiting in Westmoreland County

Media event discussing the National Children’s Study , the largest long-term examination of children’s health ever conducted in the United States. This study, currently being conducted by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, has begun recruiting participants in Westmoreland County and 149 other counties nationwide. 

Academic-Community Partnership to Address Maternal and Child Health in Allegheny County

 

BCHS doctoral student receives Silverman Scholarship

Doctoral student Thistle Elias (BCHS '12) has received the Silverman Scholarship for 2011.  This scholarship was established to support a doctoral student with the Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences in their degree studies.  Her hope is that this work will not only contribute to the broader field of public health but also assist local and other organizations in their advocacy and intervention efforts on behalf of children, ... 

Craig Award Nominations Open

 

In Memoriam: Karen S. Peterson

 

Bernard Goldstein Named Chair of EPA Committee

 

Patt Sweeney Receives Grant to Study Influenza Immunization Regulations

 

Dr. Ron Stall Among HIV/AIDS Experts Interviewed at International AIDS Society Conference

Click here to access interview. 

GSPH Represented on Governor-Elect Corbett's Transition Team

 

GSPH's Stall Among HIV/AIDS Experts Interviewed at International AIDS Society Conference

 

Goldstein Named Chair of EPA Committee

 

Sweeney Receives Grant to Fund Public Health Law Study

 

GSPH Marcellus Shale Conference Explored Health Issues

 

GSPH Appoints New Associate Deans of Education and Student Affairs

 

In Memoriam: Thomas P. Detre, MD

 

GSPH Alumnus Valdiserri Named Deputy Assistant Secretary at DHHS

 

GSPH and Drexel University Partner on $3.2 Million Project to Train Public Health Professionals

 

Alumna Coleen Boyle Appointed Acting Director of NCBDDD

 

Alumnus Bill Holman Leads Louisiana Hospitals and LOPA to Reach Final Donor Registry Goal

 

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Hernandez study investigates rising drug prices 

Hernandez study investigates rising drug prices

PITT WIRE - A recent study led by Inmaculada Hernandez (HPM '16), assistant professor of pharmacy and therapeutics, found that new drugs entering the market drive up prices, but drug companies are also hiking prices on older drugs.  (01/30/2019)
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Arthur Levine: 20 years of impact 

Arthur Levine: 20 years of impact

PITT WIRE - After more than two decades of transformative service to the University of Pittsburgh, Arthur S. Levine has announced his intent to exit his position as senior vice chancellor for the health sciences and the John and Gertrude Petersen Dean in the School of Medicine. In a message to the ... (01/24/2019)
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Hernandez among three Pitt students named to Forbes 30 Under 30 

Hernandez among three Pitt students named to Forbes 30 Under 30

PITT WIRE - Congratulations to Inmaculada Hernandez (HPM '16)! The list features 600 business and entrepreneurial leaders from 20 industries, including health care, energy, art and education, among others. (01/09/2019)


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Padiath and colleagues 'see' dual-layered scaffolding of cellular nuclei 

Padiath and colleagues 'see' dual-layered scaffolding of cellular nuclei

ASPPH FRIDAY LETTER - Our cells sometimes have to squeeze through pretty tight spaces. And when they do, the nuclei inside must go along for the ride. Using super-sensitive microscopic imaging, HUGEN’s Quasar Padiath made a fundamental biological discovery that explains the structure of the nuclear... (03/04/2019)
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Scientists uncover dual-layered scaffolding of cellular nuclei (video) 

Scientists uncover dual-layered scaffolding of cellular nuclei (video)

PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES  - Using super-sensitive microscopic imaging, a team of scientists led by HuGen's Quasar Padiath has made a fundamental biological discovery that explains the structure of the nuclear envelope and gives tantalizing clues as to how cells squish throug... (02/19/2019)
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Pitt Public Health study uncovers why Rift Valley fever is catastrophic to developing fetuses  

Pitt Public Health study uncovers why Rift Valley fever is catastrophic to developing fetuses

ASPPH FRIDAY LETTER - Like Zika, infection with Rift Valley fever virus can go unnoticed during pregnancy, all the while doing irreparable - often lethal - harm to the fetus. The results of a new study underscore the importance of disease prevention for pregnant woment and set the stage for vaccine... (01/24/2019)
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