The L'Oreal-UNESCO Women in Science Fellowship deadline is approaching. Completed applications are due no later than February 5, 2016. Details regarding the fellowship are available here: https://lorealfwis.aaas.org/login/indexA.cfm
Drop off Winter Clothing items for the homeless in Allegheny County now through February 29, 2016:
Collection Bin in A519 Crabtree (Office of Student Affairs)
During GHSA Coffee Sales on Wednesday mornings (8-11am) in the 5th Avenue Lobby
SPHERE, Epi Gives
Back, GHSA, and Student Government Association
Submit your abstract by February 19 to present a poster in this year's student research competition, taking place April 1-5.
Learn more at publichealth.pitt.edu/deansday
The 10-week program includes project orientations, training, and dedicated work with a project team at the Jewish Healthcare Foundation and Pittsburgh Regional Health Initiative.
Congratulations to Anthony Silvestre, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Infectious Diseases and Microbiology, who is being recognized with the Kerry Stoner Award at the PATF 30th Annual Benefit in April. The Kerry Stoner Award is presented annually to honor a person who has, through a longtime dedication to Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force’s mission, shown commitment to the legacy and vision of Kerry Stoner, PATF's founder and first executive dir...
Sedentary behavior is associated with poor cardiovascular health and diabetes in adults with severe obesity, independent of how much exercise they perform, a University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health-led study showed for the first time.
Looking to become a leader? Want a deeper focus on social justice, communication, management, community organizing, and grant writing skills to add to your public health toolbox? Find out how the Evans Fellowship can provide $10,000 towards your MPH/MSW joint degree by contacting Dr. Mark Friedman at email@example.com
The HSHPS Fellowship Training Program provides paid and unpaid training opportunities for graduate and doctoral students interested in working on Hispanic health research.
When Ernesto Marques, M.D., Ph.D., first started hearing of strange rashes in Brazilian patients, he didn’t think much of it – perhaps it was a mild strain of dengue.So the University of Pittsburgh scientist and Brazilian citizen was quite surprised when his laboratory tests came back revealing it was a mosquito-borne virus called Zika that had most recently been implicated in outbreaks nearly half a world away in Polynesia.And now, nine months l...
National Institutes of Health: Limited Submissions- One Application per University