Alumni

Public Health Graduates, Be Part of Something Big

Graduate celebrating at convocation

Graduates of Pitt Public Health are more than 6,600 strong and are working in the field of public health all over the world. Currently more than 5,000 alumni are active within the United States, and more than 250 are making contributions internationally. Nearly half of active Pitt Public Health graduates work in Pennsylvania, with more than a third concentrated in the Pittsburgh region.

Our alumni are critically important to the continued excellence and growth of our programs and research centers. They are living proof of the quality of our ability to provide a solid education and serve as a measure of our success as educators and researchers. They also serve each other as resources for networking and as a pipeline to job openings in the field.

Stay Active

As a Pitt Public Health alum, you will have many opportunities to stay connected with the school and with other alumni. You can participate in...
  • Local events on campus, around the country, and throughout the world (not only Pitt Public Health events, but initiatives from other health science schools and the University)
  • The annual Pitt Public Health Distinquished Alumni Awards celebration
  • “Give back” opportunities, such as serving as an alumni lecturer, giving a career talk, or participating in our alumni-student mentoring program
  • Our job search resources and social media, which are available to you at any stage of your career

Our Graduates’ Impact Around the World

World map of alumni locations

Volunteer Opportunities

Serve as an alumni lecturer, give a career talk, help at a recruiting event, or participate in our new alumni-student mentoring program. Contact Jennifer Sciullo, director of alumni relations for the schools of the health sciences.

Career Services Team

Joan Anson, director
412-624-3806
G009 Public Health
130 DeSoto Street
Pittsburgh PA 15261

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Alumni News

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Hernandez receives 2019 Seema S. Sonnad Emerging Leader in Managed Care Research Award 

Hernandez receives 2019 Seema S. Sonnad Emerging Leader in Managed Care Research Award

VALDOSTA DAILY TIMES - "As an exemplary leader in the field of managed care, Dr. Hernandez sincerely represents the values that the Seema S. Sonnad Emerging Leader in Managed Care Research award was founded on," said Mike Hennessy Jr., president and CEO of MJH Life Sciences, parent company of the p... (11/11/2019)
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Identical twin kidney transplants warrant gene sequencing, Jorgensen says 

Identical twin kidney transplants warrant gene sequencing, Jorgensen says

MEDICAL EXPRESS - Researchers including Dana Jorgensen (EPI '14) found that kidney transplants between identical twins have high success rates, but also high rates of immunosuppressant use. About half of patients were on immunosuppresant drugs a year after transplant, but survival rates were about ... (11/05/2019)
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Ferrar continues to work with FracTracker, driven by the prioritization of public health 

Ferrar continues to work with FracTracker, driven by the prioritization of public health

VOYAGE LA - "We fill a unique role. FracTracker Alliance studies, maps, and communicates the risks of oil and gas development to protect our planet and support the renewable energy transformation. We support groups across the United States, addressing pressing extraction-related concerns with a len... (11/04/2019)


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