Graduate School of Public Health

Faculty and Staff Present at AAAS Conference

This year’s conference of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, held in Seattle, featured multiple presentations by Pitt faculty and staff.
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Hear from Coronavirus Experts, Epidemiologists, Infectious Disease Historians at Panel Discussion

The Asian Studies and Global Studies Centers are hosting an information and panel session today at 5:30 p.m. on outbreak of coronavirus.

Pitt Healthy Lifestyle Summit Explores Research on Well-being

Join academicians, colleagues and researchers at the University Club for the second annual summit, featuring cutting-edge research on science, health and well-being.
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Pitt, UPMC Chosen to Lead New Research and Training Center on Family Support

The new $4.3 million grant will facilitate the research that interdisciplinary teams do to improve the care, health and quality of life of all persons with disabilities and the families who support them.

Center for Healthy Equity Conference Explores Racial Inequity, Action

The Sept. 23 conference will discuss how racial and social oppression of enslaved Africans and their descendants translate to current racial inequity.
Walid Gellad

Walid Gellad Receives Presidential Award

Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Pharmaceutical Policy and Prescribing Walid Gellad was awarded the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government to outstanding early-career scientists and engineers.
Everette James

Everette James Named Interim Dean of GSPH

James, who has been at Pitt since 2010, will fill the role until a permanent dean is named. Donald S. Burke, who stepped down as dean on July 1, will remain on the faculty at the Graduate School of Public Health.

Donald Burke to Share Reflections on Tenure as Public Health Dean

On Thursday, June 6, Dean Donald Burke will share thoughts on his tenure as the longest-serving dean of the University’s Graduate School of Public Health.