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Department of Epidemiology alumni have crafted interesting career paths and are applying their wealth of professional and academic experiences in a variety of roles.

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Manzi receives Richard E. Deitrick Humanity in Medicine Award

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Alumna SUSAN M. MANZI was honored with the 2016 Richard E. Deitrick Humanity in Medicine Award during the  Celebration of Excellence Awards Gala , Saturday, March 4, 2017, at Heinz Field. Established in 2012, the award honors a physician who has improved the lives of patients by caring for them with integrity, honesty, and respect of their human dignity, and serves as a role model for other physicians. Manzi is chair of the Department of Medici... 

Salcido's Pulse Point app alerts citizens to cardiac arrent patients in need (video)

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CBS PITTSBURGH - Alumnus DAVID SALCIDO (EPI ’08), resuscitation specialist and assistant professor in Pitt’s Department of Emergency Medicine, is hoping his app can help save lives in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County. The free app, called Pulse Point, is connected to the Allegheny County 911 system, so that those who know CPR to get to those in need before paramedics arrive. Listen to the interview and learn more about the app. 

Salcido returns as epidemiology seminar speaker

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Alumnus DAVID SALCIDO (EPI ’08) delivered an epidemiology seminar entitled “Cardiac Arrest, Resuscitation and the Opioid Epidemic.” Since 2006 he has developed interests in cardiac arrest physiology (acute phase), resuscitation device and robotics development, signal analysis, and emergency medicine epidemiology. Current Pitt Public Health students JESSICA SALERNO (IDM '18) and ALLISON KOLLER (EPI '18) collaborate in his ongoing research.  

Former MPH classmates meet in Maine for their annual traveling reunion

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One of the many informal summer gatherings of former Pitt Public Health classmates, this group of MPH alumni has reunited every year since graduation in a different place! This year was coastal Maine, primarily Bar Harbor. Pictured are CAROLYN BYRNES (EPI), SARAH LOCH (EPI), NICOLLE NESTLER (BCHS), KELSEY ALLEN (BCHS), KATHLEEN CREPPAGE (EPI), and JESSICA SUCHY (BCHS). Past locations have included Buffalo, DC, Pittsburgh, and Colorado. 

Taylor takes best of show with checkerboard peanut butter pie

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NEW YORK TIMES - This doctoral alum is amazing! CHRIS TAYLOR (EPI '10), who was inducted into the Pitt Public Health Delta Omega Honor Society chapter in May 2017, won best in show in the amateur division at the American Pie Council's championship in June in Orlando, Florida. His winner beat 205 other entries with a recipe inspired in part by a Take5 candy bar, one of his favorites.  

Dorman receives nursing Dean’s Distinguished Teaching Award

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It was announced today that alumna JANICE SCULLY DORMAN (HUGEN ’81, EPI ’83) is the recipient of the Pitt School of Nursing 2017 Dean’s Distinguished Teaching Award for tenured faculty. Dorman has taught classes at that school (and at Pitt Public Health) for 30 years, focusing primarily on molecular epidemiology and genetics. 

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Minimize Sample master's graduate positions

Some epidemiology master's program alumni hold positions in these organizations:
Dietetic consultant American Dietetic Association
President and chief executive officer Arcadia Gymnastics & Fitness Center
Associate, epidemiology Brigham & Women's Hospital
Epidemiologist Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Research coordinator Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
Director Delaware Public Health Labs
Health director Egyptian Ministry of Health
Director, regulatory affairs Hoffmann-Larouche Inc.
Professor and geneticist Indiana University
Consultant, cardiovascular diseases Mayo Clinic
Health statistician National Center for Health Statistics
Bureau chief Ohio State Health Department
Administrator, public health Pennsylvania State Government
Senior clinical research associate Schering Plough Research Institute

Minimize Sample doctoral graduate positions

Some epidemiology doctoral program alumni hold positions in the following organizations:

Research biostatistician Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
Staff toxicologist California Department of Pesticide Regulation
Chief executive officer Renaissance Health Ventures
Associate professor, public health Columbia University
Medical consultant E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Company
Vice president, health care research Gallup Organization
Epidemiologist Lockheed Martin
Assistant professor, ophthalmology Johns Hopkins University
Research associate Maine Medical Center
Cancer prevention fellow National Cancer Institute
Nutrition policy director National Center for Health Statistics
Research scientist New Jersey Department of Health
Professor, epidemiology Purdue University
Executive director Southwestern PA AIDS Planning Coalition

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Epi Alumni Awards & Profiles

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Manzi receives Richard E. Deitrick Humanity in Medicine Award 

Manzi receives Richard E. Deitrick Humanity in Medicine Award

Alumna SUSAN M. MANZI was honored with the 2016 Richard E. Deitrick Humanity in Medicine Award during the  Celebration of Excellence Awards Gala , Saturday, March 4, 2017, at Heinz Field. Established in 2012, the award honors a physician who has improved the lives of patients by caring for them wi... (01/05/2018)
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Dorman receives nursing Dean’s Distinguished Teaching Award 

Dorman receives nursing Dean’s Distinguished Teaching Award

It was announced today that alumna JANICE SCULLY DORMAN (HUGEN ’81, EPI ’83) is the recipient of the Pitt School of Nursing 2017 Dean’s Distinguished Teaching Award for tenured faculty. Dorman has taught classes at that school (and at Pitt Public Health) for 30 years, focusing primarily on molecular... (06/26/2017)
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Zimmerman, Nowalk, Hawk, and Ricci receive Adult Immunization Publication Award 

Zimmerman, Nowalk, Hawk, and Ricci receive Adult Immunization Publication Award

Kudos to (photo front, left to right) alumna PATRICIA NOWALK (EPI '81, ’93) and BCHS faculty MARY HAWK, ED RICCI, and (back) RICHARD ZIMMERMAN, who received the Immunization Publication Excellence Award presented during the National Adult Influenza Immunization Summit, May 10, 2017, in Atlanta, Geor... (06/01/2017)
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Mary Ganguli: 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award for Research 

Mary Ganguli: 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award for Research

Mary Ganguli is professor of psychiatry and neurology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and professor of epidemiology at Pitt Public Health. Her research focuses on the epidemiology of late-life mental disorders, particularly neurocognitive disorders, including Alzheimer’s disease.... (05/18/2017)
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Laura Gieraltowski: 2017 Early Career Excellence Award 

Laura Gieraltowski: 2017 Early Career Excellence Award

Laura B. Gieraltowski is serving as a lieutenant commander with the Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) for which she is a epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Center for Emerging and Infectious Zoonotic Diseases, Division of the Foo... (05/18/2017)
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2017 faculty and staff Delta Omega initiates 

2017 faculty and staff Delta Omega initiates

The following four individuals will be inducted into the Omicron chapter of the Delta Omega Honorary Society at the Graduate School of Public Health, recognizing merit and encouraging further excellence in, and devotion to, public health work: Nancy W. Glynn (EPI '94), faculty and alumna; Leah M. ... (05/18/2017)
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EPI alumnus Christopher Taylor selected as a finalist in Cathedral Innovation Challenge  

EPI alumnus Christopher Taylor selected as a finalist in Cathedral Innovation Challenge

Warhol-inspired "Cathedral Cookies" created by CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR (EPI '10) were selected for the finals of the Cathedral Innovation Challenge, which dares community members to create artistic replicas of Pitt's iconic tower. Inspired by Pittsburgh artist Andy Warhol, Taylor's set of four depictio... (02/28/2017)
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Massoudi Receives Alumni Award for Practice 

Massoudi Receives Alumni Award for Practice

Mehran Massoudi (EPI '92, '93) was awarded the Pitt Public Health Alumni Award for Practice on May 20, 2016, at the Alumni Awards dinner. (05/20/2016)
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