Q&A: Medical TV shows contribute to views on vaping-related lung injury
To learn more about these storylines, Twitter findings and implications of this research, Healio spoke with Beth L. Hoffman, PhD, MPH.
‘This makes sense’: WHO downgrading COVID-19 follows general trends
“COVID is a disease; it’s still killing people, but it’s much less of a problem than it was one or two years ago,” said Dr. Roberts.
Salk exhibit media coverage
Media outlets across Pittsburgh showcase the Jonas Salk Legacy Exhibit
Celebrating Pitt Public Health graduates in a historic year
The 2023 University of Pittsburgh School of Public Health graduation ceremony was the school’s highest attended in recent history – both in person and through livestream.
It was also the first combined event with both teaching and student awards, noting the 75th anniversary of the school’s founding.
Congratulations to the 2023 Pitt Public Health faculty award recipients
Two faculty members were presented teaching awards at this year’s graduation ceremony
Exhibit honors Pitt’s role in polio defeat
Jonas Salk Vaccine Research Artifacts Come Home
On April 28, the University of Pittsburgh School of Public Health unveiled a free, public exhibit of historical laboratory equipment, documents and photographs depicting the work of Jonas Salk, MD, and his team, who developed and tested the world’s first vaccine against polio more than 70 years ago in Pittsburgh.
U.S. News and World Report 2023 graduate school rankings released
Pitt Public Health and several departments and programs perform well in the latest graduate school rankings.
Here are the winners of the 2023 health disparities and social justice poster competition
Congratulations to HPM student Aparna Ramani for winning the master's division!
Pitt’s 2023 honorary degree recipients
The University of Pittsburgh will award an honorary degree to Chris Elias at commencement.
Alum shares her voice
Pitt Public Health alum Venise White 'walks the talk'
Christine McClure was named among Pittsburgh ladies who lead
Christine McClure, senior research scientist, will be recognized at the 2023 Ladies Who Lead event.
Black pregnant women are tested more frequently for drug use, study suggests
“Any given clinician may not be thinking about bias, but when you look at these kinds of data, you can see there is no other explanation,” said Marian Jarlenski.
A smart move on tax day: Sign up for health insurance using your state's tax forms
So having a simple way to connect people to health care coverage and make the most of these federal dollars is a good idea, says Coleman Drake.
Alcohol and health risks, spring gardening, Rutgers University strike
The latest research on moderate drinking shows there are no health benefits to alcohol, and that even a few glasses of wine at dinner may contribute to certain cancers and other diseases.
Medicaid ‘cliff’ adds to racial and ethnic disparities in care for near-poor seniors
Eric T. Roberts, Ph.D., assistant professor of health policy and management and collaborators study addresses racial and ethnic disparities in heath care.