The Next Big (Data) Thing gives the PHDA a chance to share how they're creating practical applications from data to change the practice of medicine.
Pitt's Healthy Lifestyle Institute is developing innovative approaches for modifying lifestyle behaviors that detract from overall health.
Patients with minor illnesses can get medical help virtually with the UPMC AnywhereCare app.
Carlow is targeting an in-demand profession. The Association of American Medical Colleges estimates there will be a shortage of as many as 94,000 U.S. physicians by 2025.
A South Side-based company is currently testing CT1812, a drug shown to significantly slow or halt the onset of Alzheimer's disease.
Dr. Wright invites you to the conversation and to “experience the science fiction that is now your health reality.”
Girls on the Run at Magee-Womens Hospital teaches girls life lessons through a love of running.
Pitt researchers are looking at ways to propel tiny robots through the human body using ultrasound waves.
ImPACT will help doctors treat patients of all ages with the first medical devices created to identify and assess symptoms related to brain trauma.
The Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP) gave awards to two programs at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC) of UPMC dedicated to helping children and youth.