The tuberculosis vaccine has been around for nearly 100 years, but isn’t predictably effective against the deadly disease as currently administered. In the new study, Flynn and a large team of Pitt researchers, in collaboration with scientists from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, found that giving the vaccine intravenously, instead of injecting it directly into the skin, increased its effectiveness substantially.
Gabrielle Gilmer presented her poster titled "The relationship between serum relaxin concentrations and knee valgus"
Victoria Heinrich presented her poster titled "High fat diet and house dust mite-related changes to microbiome-derived metabolites in a murine model of airway hyperresponsiveness...
Congratulations from everyone at the MSTP on defending your thesis.
Eileen Nguyen (G2) got married on August 10, 2019.
Lot's of Pitt MSTP students were in attendance to celebrate. Congratulations Eileen!
Both babies and Mom are doing well! Congrats from the Pitt MSTP!
Congratulations on this great achievement.
Michael defended his thesis in front of a packed room on Friday, July 12. Congratulations on this great achievement.
We are excited that you have decided to join the Pitt/CMU MSTP Family.
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|
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.