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Optimizing Livers for Transplant

A new organ preservation system developed by UPMC/McGowan team leads to better liver function and increases survival.

 



 

 

Could sitting less work as well as exercising more? Pitt epidemiologists tackle 'sitting disease' with $3M NIH grant.

 

The United Network for Organ Sharing has given approval for UPMC surgeons to start performing kidney transplants at UPMC Hamot. 

  

​UPMC's Center for Sports Medicine hosts a free training seminar to prepare runners for the 2015 Pittsburgh Marathon..

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Dr. Kriska is a physical activity epidemiologist actively involved in diabetes and other chronic disease research. She has extensive experience with many National Institute of Health single and multi-site efforts in the areas of behavioral lifestyle intervention and physical activity assessment. 

 

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