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Solutions for a Healthier World

Spanning seven academic departments, Pitt Public Health is a forward-thinking and vibrant community of students, educators, researchers, collaborators and leaders.


Lindsay Sabik, associate professor of health policy and management 

Learning to “aim high” within male-dominated fields in public health

During a Breaking Barriers: Women in Oncology discussion, Lindsay Sabik, associate professor of health policy and management discussed her research on disparities in the health care system, learning to navigate the field as a woman and mother and advice she would give to women just beginning to work in her field.

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Climate change is deadly. Exactly how deadly? Depends who's counting

"We went from the federal government saying 89 [people died] to another academic institution saying 2,000 and yet another saying 5,000," says Dean Maureen Lichtveld.

Members of the Pitt Staff Council

Public Health staff take more than a few seats at the Pitt Staff Council table

Pitt Public Health staff take leading roles on the University of Pittsburgh Staff Council.