School Publications

The major sources vehicles for news about the school today are our Web site’s news section and online calendar, our Facebook page, our Twitter account, our Flickr and Instagram accounts, our YouTube account, and our Alumni Update e-newsletter (contact PHalum@pitt.edu for details).

In addition approximately once per year, the school prints Pitt Public Health magazine, a publication for alumni and friends.

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2016 spring magazine cover  Spring 2016

  Fall 2014/Winter 2015

  Spring/Summer 2014

  Fall 2013/Winter 2014

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  Fall 2012/Winter 2013

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Prior to 2012 the school's alumni magazine was know as Public Health Quarterly:

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Areas of Excellence brochure

Get an overview of how Pitt Public Health is creating a healthier world through cross-disciplinary research in eight of our areas of excellence.

News

Pitt Graduate School of Public Health will serve as the data coordinating center for new sickle cell trial 

Pitt Graduate School of Public Health will serve as the data coordinating center for new sickle cell trial

UPMC NEWS - Pitt Graduate School of Public Health will serve as the data coordinating center for new sickle cell trial. The 19.2 million dollar clinical trial will test red cell exchanges to treat advanced sickle cell disease. EPI's Maria Mori Brooks will be the principal investigator of the study ... (10/09/2019)

Garrison, Abdi, Litam win first place nationally in 2019 Everett V. Fox Student Case Competition 

Garrison, Abdi, Litam win first place nationally in 2019 Everett V. Fox Student Case Competition

Erika Garrison (MHA/MBA '20), Ilham Abdi (MHA '20), and Terrance Litam (MHA '20) took top honors in NAHSE's case competition held in Washington, DC. Competing among 29 teams representing the nation's top programs, the Pitt students developed a plan to address the health care needs of San Francisco'... (10/14/2019)

GSPH will collaborate with CMU for flu forecasting  

GSPH will collaborate with CMU for flu forecasting

PHYS - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has named Carnegie Mellon University as an Influenza Forecasting Center of Excellence, a five-year designation that includes $3 million in research funding. The Graduate School of Public Health will be part of the new center of excellence, ... (10/09/2019)

Hispanic Heritage Month event examines research engagement of hard-to-reach communities 

Hispanic Heritage Month event examines research engagement of hard-to-reach communities

In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15), the Center for Health Equity (CHE) hosted students, faculty, staff, and community members to a lecture on engaging "hard-to-reach" populations. Lecturers included Lisa Vaughn, professor of pediatrics at University of Cincinnati College o... (10/09/2019)

HuGen’s Minster heads to Accra, Ghana for consortium on human heredity and health in Africa  

HuGen’s Minster heads to Accra, Ghana for consortium on human heredity and health in Africa

Assistant Professor Ryan Minster (HUGEN ’11) is attending the 14th Meeting of the H3Africa (Human Heredity and Health in Africa) Consortium in Accra, Ghana. H3Africa facilitates fundamental research into diseases on the African continent while also developing infrastructure, resources, training, an... (10/08/2019)

Kahn, Angus, and Hershy find the first ever state sepsis regulation tied to lower death rates 

Kahn, Angus, and Hershy find the first ever state sepsis regulation tied to lower death rates

UPMC - “Rarely in the U.S. do we force hospitals to implement specific clinical protocols. Typically, quality improvement is achieved through financial incentives and public reporting,” said lead author Jeremy Kahn as well as team members Billie Davis and Tina Hershey of the Department of Health Po... (10/07/2019)

Epidemiology students share internships and practica during “Epi-in-Action” symposium 

Epidemiology students share internships and practica during “Epi-in-Action” symposium

Reporting on recent internships and practica, epidemiology students reported on summer research and practice experiences in our region and around the world. The O’Hara Student Center ballroom buzzed as faculty and staff learned about field initiatives, practical applications, and lessons learned. ... (10/09/2019)

IDM Research Day expanded with guest speakers and more than 70 student presenters 

IDM Research Day expanded with guest speakers and more than 70 student presenters

The Department of Infectious Diseases and Microbiology held their biggest-ever research day celebration, featuring three guest speakers: Jonathan Oliver spoke about the emerging tick-borne diseases of the northern United States, Daniel Voth talked about using human-derived systems to investigate ba... (10/09/2019)

SPACE AND PLACE IN ALCOHOL RESEARCH 

SPACE AND PLACE IN ALCOHOL RESEARCH

SPRINGER LINK - Frankeberger,  Gruenewald, Morrison,  and Freisthler summarize the recent literature on social and physical environments and their links to alcohol use and identify empirical research strategies that will lead to a better understanding of alcohol use in contexts. (10/07/2019)

Felter comments on battling vaccine hesitancy  

Felter comments on battling vaccine hesitancy

HEALTHLINE - To battle the spread of inaccurate information, clinicians and researchers need to come up with interventions, according BCHS' Elizabeth Felter. “Those opposed to vaccinations often misrepresent data, knowingly or unknowingly, which can skew others’ perception of risk,” Felter told Hea... (10/07/2019)
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