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Train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio

What is vinyl chloride, the chemical released from the East Palestine train cars?

“The cloud that was really being produced was not vinyl chloride but what it was being turned into — the combustion product,” said James Fabisiak, associate professor of Environmental and Occupational Health. 

Behavioral and Community Health Sciences student Alyce Palko received the Harold W. Wheeler Jr. Memorial Humanitarian Award

Somerset County Chamber recognizes community movers and shakers

Behavioral and Community Health Sciences student Alyce Palko received the Harold W. Wheeler Jr. Memorial Humanitarian Award.

A team of biostatisticians led by University of Pittsburgh School of Public Health scientists announced today in PNAS that they’ve developed a framework to determine how much congruence and discordance laboratory animals have with specific human diseases.

Statistics Remove Bias from Debate about How Well Mouse Models Mimic Human Disease

Mice and other animals have been key to some of the biggest medical breakthroughs in human history.