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Porter Prize to Be Awarded to Komen Founder Nancy Brinker

 

GSPH Congratulates Our Long-Serving Staff Members

 

Angela Ford Receives Chancellor`s Award for Staff Excellence in Service to the University

 

Study Finds African-American Parents Are More Distrusting of Medical Research than White Parents

 

Epidemiology Department Student Survey 2009

The spring 2009 Epidemiology Student Survey is now closed.  

Seniors Who Reach Medicare Coverage Gap Decrease Their Use of Prescribed Medications

 

Keep active inside during winter

It’s early in the morning; you are sipping on some hot chocolate and looking out your front window. You notice that the snow is falling; people are bundled up as they head out to work, and the trees are covered with snow and are moving in the wind. 

GSPH Receives $11 Million to Coordinate Hepatitis B Clinical Research Network

 

Clothing Drive to Benefit Local Women

 

Lessons Learned: Revisiting the Anthrax Attacks

 

When was your last eye examination?

Was there ever a time that you realized that you couldn’t read a road sign while you were driving until you were right on top of it? What about the time you were trying to read the nutrition label on the soup can to find out the salt content? 

in Memoriam: Jeanne Zborowski

 

Submit Your Photos for International Dinner Slide Show

 

Be happier in ’09: Turn your frown upside down

Are you happy? Have you ever stopped to ask yourself that? Don&%8223;t pass over the question too lightly. 

CMH Featured in Health Disparities Report

 

Dean Burke Featured in Military Medical Pioneers Video Series

 

Don't neglect exercise during the winter

Has the winter weather left you wondering what to do about exercise and outdoor activities? Do you find that your motivational level is low at this time of year and you feel like hibernating just like the bears? 

Environmental Health Fellowships Available

 

Evelyn Wei Fundraiser Breaks Records

The fall fundraiser benefiting the Evelyn H. Wei Scholarship Award in Epidemiology was hugely successful. 

Evelyn Wei Fundraiser Breaks Records

 

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Cen named to Pitt's Board of Trustees 

Cen named to Pitt's Board of Trustees

PITTWIRE - Among the latest to be added to Pitt's Board of Trustees is alumna Hui (Debra) Cen (IDM '91). Cen is a biologist, biotech entrepreneur, Rotarian and social entrepreneur who did biomedical research at the National Institutes of Health, the University of California, San Francisco and Chiro... (07/12/2021)
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BIG STAKES, BIG STATS: Making sense of COVID-19 trials 

BIG STAKES, BIG STATS: Making sense of COVID-19 trials

PITTWIRE — When we hear about clinical trials, we might picture doctors and patients partnering to test new therapies. What we might not think about are the many others who make those studies happen. Take Maria Mori Brooks, professor of epidemiology and biostatistics, who makes sense of the numbers... (02/24/2021)
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Covid vaccine misinformation target of Pitt study 

Covid vaccine misinformation target of Pitt study

KDKA CBS NEWS — Fueled by a grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation, Pitt researchers are studying and combating false online information about vaccines. “Vaccines are often the victim of their own success,” said BCHS doctoral student Beth Hoffman, a research assistant at the Center for Resea... (02/01/2021)