Graduate School of Public Health

Riley and Todd Wolynn standing in front of a body of water
Undergrad Riley Wolynn and her father Todd Wolynn (MED '92) teamed up to study misinformation surrounding vaccines online.
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What can vaccine proponents, clinicians and public health communicators learn from anti-vaxxers? A lot, say Pitt researchers. See what they suggest.
Eric Roberts in a checkered shirt and dark suit jacket
Scientists in the Graduate School of Public Health found that people just out of poverty face disproportionately high medical bills. Eric T. Roberts and colleagues offer four possible fixes for the problem.
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And why do we need to do more of it to track coronavirus variants and end the pandemic? Pitt’s Alexander Sundermann, Lee Harison and Vaughn Cooper explain in The Conversation.
Shawn Brown in a teal collared shirt against a dark red floral background
Brown will provide strategic direction on next-generation computing and data resources and guide the University’s research computing mission.
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Students from the schools of the health sciences will administer vaccines at upcoming clinics at the Petersen Events Center serving individuals 65 and older.
Samar El Khoudary in light blue headwear and a light blue top
A new study led by Samar El Khoudary and based on a quarter century of data found that women who experience an accelerated accumulation of abdominal fat during menopause are at greater risk of heart disease, even if their weight stays steady.
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The Provost’s Award for Diversity in the Curriculum recognizes faculty members who integrate diversity and inclusion concepts into their courses and curricula at Pitt. See this year’s winners.
Dara Mendez in a black jacket in front of a plant
Pitt epidemiologist Dara Mendez will lead a conversation about race, women’s health and inequity with scholar Dána-Ain Davis on Feb. 26, as part of the Graduate School of Public Health’s One Book, One Community program. Anyone is welcome to attend.