National Institutes of Health

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Federal funding is an important part of supporting research and innovation in universities. Pitt’s Evan Facher describes how the novel coronavirus could change the equation.
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With the advent of direct-to-consumer genetic testing, patients are showing up at doctors’ offices with big questions about their genes. Physicians, however, aren’t usually trained to answer them. Enter Mylynda Massart and others at Pitt.
Pitt is home to a new national effort called All of Us, which is seeking 120,000 volunteers from the region and 1 million across America to help make the future of health care more personalized.
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A team lead by chemistry's Alexander Deiters has developed a new method for viewing and controlling amino acids, which play an important role in protein function and development.
Greg M. Delgoffe
Greg M. Delgoffe, assistant professor of immunology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, will receive the 2017 NIH...
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David Brienza, associate dean of research at the University of Pittsburgh's School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences has been...