Pathology professor plays major role in gene-editing approach.
Pediatric scientist claims prestigious award.
New collaborative engages those excited about the novel methods.
Pitt researcher: “tsunami of chronic kidney disease” possible.
AAMC awards him Herbert W. Nickens Faculty Fellowship.
High blood pressure in expectant mothers connected to cardiovascular disease.
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