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The major sources vehicles for news about the school today are our Web site’s news section and online calendar, our Facebook page, our Twitter account, our Flickr and Instagram accounts, our YouTube account, and our Alumni Update e-newsletter (contact PHalum@pitt.edu for details).

In addition approximately once per year, the school prints Pitt Public Health magazine, a publication for alumni and friends.

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Prior to 2012 the school's alumni magazine was know as Public Health Quarterly:

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News

Goldstein on report that EPA leadership stalled testing for chemical health risks 

Goldstein on report that EPA leadership stalled testing for chemical health risks

EARTH.COM NEWS - EOH's Bernard Goldstein told the Wall Street Journal that the report shows that the Trump administration is challenging the EPA's long-held standard approaches to science.  (02/20/2019)

Elias receives Chancellor's Distinguished Service Award 

Elias receives Chancellor's Distinguished Service Award

Congrats to BCHS's Thistle Elias on winning the 2019 award - a major honor recognizing continuing work with Bridging the Gaps, a premier service-learning opportunity for Pitt students. The award "recognizes... efforts [that] far exceed the traditional duties expected of a faculty member and showcas... (02/20/2019)

Meet Kelsey Simon (IDM '20), Dean's Scholar 

Meet Kelsey Simon (IDM '20), Dean's Scholar

With a keen interest in biology and medicine since childhood, Kelsey Simon planned to pursue a graduate degree in the hard sciences until a course requirement got her thinking about working at a population level. "I … really wanted a career where I could put all of these things together: biology, w... (02/20/2019)

Nachega finds drug-resistant TB cured with new approaches in conflict-affected region 

Nachega finds drug-resistant TB cured with new approaches in conflict-affected region

INFECTION CONTROL TODAY - A high proportion of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis cases can be cured in conflict-affected communities with molecular diagnostics, shorter treatment periods, and socioeconomic incentives, according to the results of a large, long-term study in the Democratic Republic of... (02/19/2019)

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)

BCHS alum accepted for Harvard crisis leadership program 

BCHS alum accepted for Harvard crisis leadership program

Nicolle Nestler (BCHS ‘) was recently accepted to Harvard’s  Emerging   Leaders   in   Crisis   Program.  Currently, a hospital preparedness program administrator at the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Nestler seeks to further develop her leadership, communication, and collaboration skills in ... (02/20/2019)

Tseng receives Provost's Award for Excellence in Mentoring 

Tseng receives Provost's Award for Excellence in Mentoring

Congratulations to BIOST's George Tseng on receiving the 2019 Provost's Award for his outstanding work in mentoring students.  (02/19/2019)

Estradiol level influences fracture risk during menopause transition, Cauley finds 

Estradiol level influences fracture risk during menopause transition, Cauley finds

HELIO - "Our findings suggest that serum [estradiol] measures may help to identify women at high risk of fracture during the menopausal transition," said EPI's Jane Cauley who, along with colleagues, analyzed data of 2,960 women aged 42 to 52 years at baseline participating in the Study of Women's ... (02/19/2019)

Rosano links depressive symptoms in type 1 diabetes to extended hyperglycemia, brain lesions 

Rosano links depressive symptoms in type 1 diabetes to extended hyperglycemia, brain lesions

HELIO - Middle-aged adults with type 1 diabetes are more likely to experience depressive symptoms than those without, and extended hyperglycemia and more white matter hyperintensities in the brain may play a role in this difference, according to findings published in Diabetic Medicine by EPI's Cate... (02/13/2019)

Rister opens book store, continues making the public healthier 

Rister opens book store, continues making the public healthier

PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE - On the surface, Adriene Rister (IDM) may seem to have made a dramatic career change, from dealing with infectious diseases for the state of Maine to running a children's book store. She sees the mission of both as bettering the community. "In a way, I like to think of this... (02/11/2019)
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