Activities at the celebration include:
- A research showcase to meet teams currently conducting research
- A mac and cheese bar*
- Birthday cupcakes*
- Free T-shirts*
- Registration for the Pitt+Me registry
- Selfies with a Jonas Salk cutout (Tag @PittPlusMe and use #salkabration)
- University Archives health sciences display
- Therapy dogs on site from noon to 2 p.m.
*While supplies last
From the polio vaccine to double-organ transplants, the University’s history of scientific advancement has transformed modern medicine. Pitt scientists and investigators make discoveries and breakthroughs through careful research — which isn’t possible without volunteers who participate in studies and clinical trials.
On Monday, Oct. 28, from 10 a.m to 2 p.m., in the William Pitt Union Ballroom, join the Clinical and Translational Science Institute to celebrate the birthday of Jonas Salk and learn more about how faculty and staff can participate in research studies conducted by Pitt investigators.
Attendees can explore a showcase of study teams currently conducting research on campus, including the MyPaTH Story Booth 2.0, which invites patients to share experiences about health, illness and research as part of the Pitt+Me project.
Read more about another CTSI initiative, All of Us, and its new Oakland location.