School of Medicine

University Senate Hosts Virtual Mental Health Talk on April 9

Faculty, staff and students are invited to join the University Senate for an expert panel discussion of mental health issues in academia life.
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Outstanding Faculty Receive Chancellor’s Distinguished Awards

Sixteen faculty from across the University have been honored with 2020 Chancellor’s Distinguished Public Service, Research and Teaching awards.

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.
Ideas for Plan for Pitt 2025 on a board

Diverse Collaboration at the Heart of Strategic Planning Workshops

At a recent workshop session, members of the Pitt community discussed the 2025 Plan for Pitt and brainstormed ways to evolve the University’s strategy for the next half-decade.
JoAnne Flynn

Study on Tuberculosis Vaccine Earns Acclaim

A groundbreaking study on the tuberculosis vaccine published in Nature and led by Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics JoAnne Flynn is attracting national attention.
A sign outside the 2019 Women in Medicine and Science Forum

Forum Explores Climate, Culture and Conflict in Academia

The 2019 Women in Medicine and Science Forum explored what defines bullying, how it differs from harassment and how both are related in academia.
Jonas Johnson

United Way Campaign Is One Way to Give to Myriad Passions

For Jonas Johnson, chair of the Department of Otolaryngology in the School of Medicine, giving to the United Way is a simple way one donation can have a greater, broader impact on the fields he cares about.
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New Institute to Improve Pediatric Health and Research

A new research effort is focused on improving pediatric health by combatting infectious and inflammatory diseases through accelerating new multidisciplinary collaborations across the health, natural, physical and computer sciences.
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Three Researchers Named to American Association for the Advancement of Science

The American Association for the Advancement of Science recognized Kathryn Albers, Tao Han and Rob Rutenbar’s efforts to advance science and its applications in service to society by naming them 2019 Fellows.