Experts launch groundbreaking blood transfusion program.
Two Pitt-UPMC faculty have been elected to the American Society for Clinical Investigation.
Department of Pathology PhD candidate seeks a cure for the porphyrias, which include the condition that likely forced Vlad Dracula to hide from sunlight.
Poor air quality in Allegheny County sends more children to the emergency department for asthma treatment.
University psychiatrists assist with mental health efforts in the war-torn country.
Sandra A. Murray, Department of Cell Biology professor, is the first person of color elected president of the American Society for Cell Biology.
The doctor of medicine program curricular infrastructure combines a lecture-and problem-based curriculum with early and in-depth clinical experiences and an integrated organ systems approach to the pre-clinical sciences.
Our school’s leadership team—helmed by Anantha Shekhar—is committed to supporting a learning environment that positions tomorrow’s physicians to lead lives of impact.
We look for applicants who are leaders and who balance academic achievement with an abiding sense of personal discovery and a deep commitment to serving others.
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Tomorrow's breakthroughs depend directly on today's advances in basic research. We stand among the nation's leading centers of basic and applied biomedical research.
At the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, we teach and train doctors to handle the realities of a new era in medicine.