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Yuting Zhang Awarded $1 Million Grant from NIH

 

Yuting Zhang Awarded R01 Grant

 

Death Rates from Type 1 Diabetes Steadily Improving, Says GSPH Study

 

GSPH Center Awarded $23 Million to Improve the Health of People Living with HIV/AIDS

 

GSPH Professor Yuting Zhang Publishes Article in New England Journal of Medicine

 

GSPH Presented with Portrait of Renowned Epidemiologist Katherine Detre

 

Many Pennsylvania Children on Medicaid Lack Adequate Dental Care, According to Pennsylvania Medicaid Policy Center Report

 

GSPH Researchers Discover Gene Mutation Linked to Lymphatic Dysfunction

 

Dr. Eleanor Feingold Elected as a Fellow of the American Statistica Association

 

Improving Family Health in India Focus of Second Global Health Conference at University of Pittsburgh

 

203 Degrees Awarded at 60th GSPH Convocation

 

60th GSPH Convocation Set for May 2

 

Award-Winning Author to Give Pitt’s Graduate School of Public Health 2010 Convocation Address

 

Safe Weight Gain for Heavier Moms-to-Be Depends on Level of Obesity, According to Pitt-Led Study

 

2010 Craig Award for Teaching Excellence Announced

 

Global Health Exhibit Comes to GSPH

 

Visit GSPH Day – A Day for Accepted Applicants

On Friday, March 19, 2010, accepted applicants are invited to join faculty, students, and alumni from the Graduate School of Public Health at Visit GSPH Day to learn more about the public health education and career opportunities waiting for them at GSPH and in Pittsburgh. 

BCHS Announces New and Updated Degree Programs

 

Pitt’s Graduate School of Public Health Announces New and Updated Degree Programs in Behavioral and Community Health Sciences

PITTSBURGH, Feb. 15 – For students interested in the role behavioral and social factors play in illness and health, the Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH) has established a Ph.D. program and made major revisions to its longstanding Dr.P.H. program. 

Short-Term Survival Benefit Found in Hospitals with Higher-Intensity Approaches to End-of-Life Care

Patients admitted to hospitals with higher-intensity end-of-life care live longer than those admitted to hospitals with low-intensity approaches, according to a University of Pittsburgh study available online and published in the February issue of the journal Medical Care . Higher-intensity care refers to greater use of life-sustaining measures such as ICU admission, intubation or mechanical ventilation, kidney dialysis and feeding tubes. 

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Parker elected Hastings Center fellow 

Parker elected Hastings Center fellow

PITTWIRE - HUGEN's Lisa Parker was recently elected fellow to The Hastings Center, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization of research scholars studying ethical questions in medicine, science and technology that help inform policy, practice and public understanding. Parker, along with Robert Arnold o... (02/05/2020)
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Sabik sees decline in late stage cancer diagnoses after health reform law 

Sabik sees decline in late stage cancer diagnoses after health reform law

PITT WIRE - Advanced stage cancer diagnoses declined following health insurance expansion in Massachusetts, likely due to increased access to screening and diagnostic services that identified cancers earlier, according to new research led by health economists including HPM's Lindsay Sabik. “Colorec... (01/28/2020)
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Pittsburgh named one of the world’s smartest cities 

Pittsburgh named one of the world’s smartest cities

NEWSWEEK - Pittsburgh has been named one of the world’s smartest cities, as part of Newsweek’s 2019 Momentum Awards. Pittsburgh has undergone a dramatic environmental and technological transformation over recent years, earning its reputation as one of America's "most livable" cities, ranks among th... (01/08/2020)


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El Khoudary finds heart disease risk grows as women move through menopause 

El Khoudary finds heart disease risk grows as women move through menopause

ASPPH FRIDAY LETTER - A marker for heart disease risk considerably worsens as women transition through menopause. Black women experience this accelerated decline earlier in menopause than their white counterparts. According EPI's Samar El Khoudary, the findings add to growing evidence that menopaus... (02/10/2020)
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Sabik finds decline in advanced stage cancer diagnoses following health reform law 

Sabik finds decline in advanced stage cancer diagnoses following health reform law

ASPPH FRIDAY LETTER - Advanced stage cancer diagnoses declined following health insurance expansion in Massachusetts, likely due to increased access to screening and diagnostic services that identified cancers earlier, according to new research led by health economists including HPM's Lindsay Sabik... (02/04/2020)
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Miller's research proves program effective in preventing dating violence with middle school students 

Miller's research proves program effective in preventing dating violence with middle school students

ASPPH FRIDAY LETTER - Coaching Boys Into Men, a program that seeks to prevent dating violence and sexual assault, reduces abusive behaviors among middle school male athletes toward their female peers, according to clinical trial results published in JAMA Pediatrics. The trial, examining the short- ... (01/28/2020)