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Turning ideas into transformative action: Pitt Public Health students selected as Future Health Leaders

Complex health issues are eas...
Turning ideas into transformative action: Pitt Public Health students selected as Future Health Leaders

Complex health issues are easy to determine, but finding solutions can be challenging. Three Pitt Public Health students, Ashley Simenson (EPI ’19), Jessica Salerno (IDM ’20), and Kaitlyn Saal-Ridpath (HPM ’20) were chosen as part of the inaugural class of Future Health Leaders, and present their i... (10/18/2018)

Simenson, Salerno, Saal-Ridpath selected for future health leaders program

PITT WIRE - Three students fr...
Simenson, Salerno, Saal-Ridpath selected for future health leaders program

PITT WIRE - Three students from Pitt Public Health were selected for the inaugural class of The Milken Institute’s Future Health Leaders Program. The students, ASHLEY SIMENSON (EPI '19), JESSICA SALERNO (IDM '20), and KAITLYN SAAL-RIDPATH (HPM '20), are among a dozen of fellows selected nationwid... (10/18/2018)

Alcohol screening tests fail to work in RYGB patients

BARIATRIC NEWS - People who u...
Alcohol screening tests fail to work in RYGB patients

BARIATRIC NEWS - People who undergo Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery are at increased risk for alcohol-related problems and common screening tools that help physicians identify patients at high risk for alcohol use disorder fail to work well in this population, according to a new study. EPI's WENDY... (10/17/2018)

First Vice Chancellor for Science Policy and Research Strategies Named

@PITT - Michael Holland has b...
First Vice Chancellor for Science Policy and Research Strategies Named

@PITT - Michael Holland has been named Pitt's first-ever vice chancellor for science policy and research strategies. Holland’s responsibilities will include the development and implementation of University research policies and of strategies to support collaborations across the sciences, medicine, ... (10/17/2018)

Shankle endorsed for Advisory Neighborhood Commission

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Shankle endorsed for Advisory Neighborhood Commission

GREATER GREATER WASHINGTON - For Advisory Neighborhood Commission GGW endorses MICHAEL SHANKLE (CHS '96). Shankle writes, “as a resident adjacent to Gallery Place, I understand and sympathize with the frustrations of my neighbors [about amplified noise].” However he feels that the proposed legislat... (10/17/2018)

 

Thu
10/18
Pitt Public Health Event
Electronic Surplus Pitt Public Health Event
Electronic Surplus
Thu 10/18 8:00AM to Mon 10/22 5:00PM
Pitt Public Health

Fri
10/19
Center for Global Health Film
Comfort Women: The Legacy of Sexual Slavery in AsiaComfort Women: The Legacy of Sexual Slavery in Asia Center for Global Health Film
Comfort Women: The Legacy of Sexual Slavery in Asia
Fri 10/19 4:00PM to Sat 10/20 4:00PM


As a collaborative partnership between the Allegheny County Bar Association and the Asian Studies Center, the Comfort Women: The Legacy of Sexual Slavery in Asia conference will focus on the historical and legal aspects of sexual enslavement of women by the military in the years before and during World War II. The conference provides the framework for understanding how actions designed to bring about redress can shift from the legal aspects to its cultural and social possibilities.
Mon
10/22
Pitt Public Health Notice
REES Environmental Systems annual maintenance (revised dates) Pitt Public Health Notice
REES Environmental Systems annual maintenance (revised dates)
Mon 10/22 to Fri 10/26
Public Health Auditorium (G23)

The annual maintenance of the Pitt Public Health REES Environmental System will take place starting on October 22 and should last 4-5 days.  All freezers/equipment on the system should be wiped down/sanitized and unlocked so that the technicians will be able to access the probes and provide proper calibration. 
Mon
10/22
IDM Seminar Series
Rift Valley Fever Virus Induces Fetal Demise Through Direct Placental Infection IDM Seminar Series
Rift Valley Fever Virus Induces Fetal Demise Through Direct Placental Infection
Mon 10/22 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Public Health Lecture Hall (A115)

Cindy McMillen, PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher
Department of IDM
Dr. Amy Hartman Lab

Mon
10/22
Epidemiology epiBRAIN Journal Club
epiBRAIN Journal Club Epidemiology epiBRAIN Journal Club
epiBRAIN Journal Club
Mon 10/22 12:00PM - 1:00PM
5140 Public Health, Burke Seminar Room

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