Several of our graduating class received awards today at the 2019 University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Senior Awards Ceremony.
Congratulations to all of our Graduates!
|Alyce Jane Marsh Anderson||Bernhard A. Goldman Prize for Outstanding Performance in Dermatology|
May 3, 2019
Alexander Schulyer was awarded the 2019 Sally Miller Award for Advocacy on Behalf of the Medically Underserved.
This award is given to students that has demonstrated a keen awareness of the needs of patients and the obstacles they confront in accessing health care, has advocated on behalf of under-served patients or populations and has expressed an interest in patient advocacy as a key aspect of their career.
April 3, 2019
Congratulations to Colleen Judge-Golden on the birth of her son, Patrick Christopher!
Both baby and Mom are doing well! Congrats from the Pitt MSTP!
March 25, 2019
Maria Ly was just accepted to the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology (MIR) for the summer of 2019. Congratulations Maria! We can't wait to hear about your exciting research.
March 15, 2019
Everyone at the Pitt MSTP wishes you success as you take your next step in your medical career!
March 5, 2019
Congratulations to both Dr. Steinman for receiving the Chancellor's Distinquished Teaching Award and to Dr. Flynn for receiving the Chancellor's Distinquished Research Award!
January 23, 2019
Congratulations to Victoria Heinrich on the birth of her baby girl on Saturday January 19!
The proud new family is happy and healthy.
January 9, 2019
Deepa Issar was awarded The Thomas-Pittsburgh Chapter Award as a First Year Scholar. She will be studying how neural activity and hemodynamic signals in the brain’s visual system are related to inform better diagnostics and treatment of brain disorders and injuries. To learn more go to https://pittsburgh.arcsfoundation.org/current-scholars#first-year-scholars
December 3, 2018
On December 3rd at 2pm MSTP student Kevin Levine will defend his dissertation titled "FGFR4 overexpression and hotspot mutations are druggable targets for endocrine-resistant lobular breast cancer." Good Luck Kevin!
September 17, 2018
The Institute for Clinical Research Education is highlighting Colleen Judge-Golden's work. The article explains why Colleen has chosen to get a Ph.D. in Clinical and Translational Science Program: "She had begun to think about how much greater an impact the circumstances of people’s lives outside the hospital can have on the course of their treatment, far beyond what health professionals are able to accomplish during a short appointment in a clinic. She switched her focus to the area of...