Pitt team devises a computational model to enhance understanding, diagnosis and treatment of pressure ulcers related to spinal cord injury.
Dr. Charles "Chip" Burke III was recently honored for decades of volunteering with USA Hockey.
Pitt is leading a $1.5M study to fight antimicrobial resistance in long-term and post-acute care facilities.
People who live in disadvantaged neighborhoods are biologically more than a decade older than those who do not.
Monday, June 29
Walk staged to promote survival of local health care
Sunday, June 28W.Va. teen: ‘I knew I was going to be all right’ after heart transplant
Monday, June 29Nurse, family partnerships aim to stop black infant deaths in Pittsburgh
Alle-Kiski Seniors get free lift to doctor’s office
Saturday, June 27
Distraction therapy: Hospital room designs help ease tension
Dr. Yuan Chang, Pitt School of Medicine professor, will serve on a national board to select the most promising cancer research.
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