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Alumnus Robert J. Henkel, MPH \'83 Named Pitt Legacy Laureate

 

Connie Bayles, PhD, named one of eleven 2011 Mon River Fleet Women of Achievement

Constance Bayles, PhD, a Department of Epidemiology faculty member, was recently named one of eleven 2011 Mon River Fleet Women of Achievement. Awardees were selected based upon their contributions in health care, education, society, safety, recreation, spirituality, volunteerism, lifetime achievement, or special projects through the Fleet’s Healthier Communities PartnerSHIPS. 

Bayles, Healthy Aging Program, Honored

 

GSPH Featured in October's American Journal of Preventive Medicine

 

Anthony Fabio's Research Highlights the Rise of Child Abusive Head Trauma During Recession

An increase in child abuse, mostly in infants, is linked with the recent recession in new research that raises fresh concerns about the impact of the nation's economic woes. The results are in a study of 422 abused children from mostly lower-income families, known to face greater risks for being abused, and the research involved just 74 counties in four states. 

Anthony Fabio's Research Highlights the Rise of Child Abusive Head Trauma During Recession

 

Epidemiology Faculty Member Featured in Pitt Magazine

The accomplishments of Caterina Rosano, MD, PhD, Epidemiology faculty member, and researcher in the Graduate School of Public Health Center for Aging and Population Health, were recently highlighted in the summer 2011 edition of Pitt Magazine .  As a physician and epidemiologist, Rosano focuses on how the brain works and what it may reveal about the secrets of longevity. 

Pepper Center Announces Multidisciplinary Journal Club Exploring Brain Imaging in Epidemiological Studies of Older Adults

The Epidemiology of Brain Resilience in Aging (e-BRAIN) program and the Claude D. Pepper Center at the University of Pittsburgh have established a new, multidisciplinary Journal Club to explore the application of neuroimaging methods in the context of aging and population studies with a specific focus on advances in MRI and their neuroanatomical correlates in the aging brain. 

Assistant Professor Felicia Wu Honored for Environmental Health Research

 

GSPH Earns a 2011 Breastfeeding Friendly Place Award

 

Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Systems Engineering Approved by the University of Pittsburgh

 

Life expectancy for those with Type 1 diabetes improving, Pitt study says

The life expectancy of people diagnosed with type 1 diabetes dramatically increased during the course of a 30-year, long-term prospective study, according to a University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health study being presented at the 71st Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association. 

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Youth Experience Bullying and Abuse More Often Than Peers

 

Dean Burke Honored as Distinguished University Professor

 

Pitt Study Shows Inequitable Access to Flu Vaccinations Could Worsen Flu Epidemic

Giving wealthier counties greater access to influenza vaccine than poorer counties could worsen a flu epidemic because poor areas have fairly high population densities with higher levels of interaction among households and communities, enabling the infection to spread faster, according to a University of Pittsburgh study. 

Pitt Study Examines Environmental Risk Factors for Childhood Autism

The University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH) has launched a multi-year study to help identify environmental and other factors that may put children at risk for developing conditions within the autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). The Study of Environmental Risk Factors for Childhood Autism is being conducted throughout southwestern Pennsylvania in Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Washington and Westmoreland counties. 

Assistant Professor Shawn Brown Awarded 2011 PHASYS Pilot Grant

 

BCHS Doctoral Student Receives Award

Tina Bhargava, a BCHS doctoral student  was recently awarded the Amy Roberts Health Promotion Research Award for 2011 from the Magee-Womens Research Institute . Tina will use the $5,000 award to support her dissertation research, titled: “ The Effects of Cognitive Interference on Engagement in and Success with a Weight Loss Program”. 

Duran Receives the 2011 Bernard D. Goldstein Student Award

 

Two Current GSPH Students Selected as 2010-11 Pittsburgh Schweitzer Fellows

As the nation embarks on the largest children’s health study ever undertaken in the United States, Pitt is among the institutions playing a role in collecting data. 

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Thurston finds link between traumatic events and future heart disease risk in women 

Thurston finds link between traumatic events and future heart disease risk in women

PITT WIRE - When we consider the determinants of women’s cardiovascular health, we need to think beyond biology alone,” said epidemiologist Rebecca Thurston. She recently led a study that demonstrates how traumatic experiences in life are linked to later vascular health issues that place women at ri... (12/12/2017)
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Large Pitt-led study uncovers complex genetics behind earlobe attachment 

Large Pitt-led study uncovers complex genetics behind earlobe attachment

PITTWIRE - New research led by Pitt Public Health affiliates and published in the  American Journal of Human Genetics  reveals that an interplay of at least 49 genes contributes to earlobe attachment inheritance. “Sometimes the genetics of a fairly simple trait are actually quite complex,” said ... (12/06/2017)
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Enigma: Marques worked to pinpoint culprit of mysterious illness in Brazil 

Enigma: Marques worked to pinpoint culprit of mysterious illness in Brazil

PITTWIRE - When a mysterious illness suddenly emerged in his Brazilian hometown, IDM researcher ERNESTO MARQUES mobilized with colleagues to decode its unknowns. The work may help infectious-disease researchers stop or stall new epidemics. His story begins on page 18. (10/24/2017)
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