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Pitt Team Identifies Genes that Play Role in the Development of Congenital Heart Disease

A recent Pitt study indicates that the cellular structures called cilia play a critical role in the development of heart defects.

 

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UPMC will celebrate organ donors and the recipients they have helped through a series of events during Donate Life Month in April.

 

A collaboration with Pitt, CMU and UPMC will leverage "big data" to revolutionize health care and wellness.

 

Rebooting genes that control liver cell function may heal cirrhotic liver disease according to Children's Hospital/ Pitt study.

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​Patricia Documét, M.D., Dr.P.H., is scientific director of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health’s Center for Health Equity. Her research primarily focuses on Latino health.

 

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