In this issue
of med and machine
Robots help us build cars, vacuum our carpets, and defuse bombs.
At Pitt, they are taking a lead role in saving and improving lives.
- A cognitive cocktail.
- Fishy kidneys.
- Golfing for scholarships.
Closer [PDF 2 MB]
A nobel pursuit.
[PDF 1 MB]
Ear infection in no uncertain terms.
Mapping baby's genes from mom's blood.
N.O. research takes us to unexpected places.
Attending [PDF 1.3 MB]
Time to meet the oracle.
Alumni News [PDF 844 KB]
Allen's powers of proprioception.
Remembering Bailey, Michaels, and Pople.
Heit on an epidemic of undertreatment.
Last Call [PDF 225 KB]
Magic, muggles, and medicine.
"We're Here Because
We Want to Be."
As Schweitzer Fellows, Pitt med-ers learn to build service
into their everyday, hectic schedules.
[PDF 3 MB]
Lessons in Survival
We still have much to learn about breast cancer. But thanks to this
headliner disease, doctors now understand cancer better overall.
[PDF 837 KB]
Drug discovery at Pitt embraces the complexity of life, rather than running
from it, says D. Lansing Taylor, who now heads the effort.
[PDF 4 MB]