The Division’s major research foci include studies of comparative effectiveness and quality, women’s health, prevention, health care disparities, mental health services, cost-effectiveness, decision making, and substance abuse.
The Division’s main goal in education and training is to create a future generation of investigators and physician scientists who are well disciplined in their fields and who have a solid foundation on which to build their careers.
Full-time faculty members of the Division of General Internal Medicine are the single largest group to admit patients to the general medicine service at UPMC Presbyterian/Montefiore Hospitals, and they are one of the largest groups to admit patients to UPMC Shadyside Hospital.
Faculty, staff, and students are invited to hear Pitt faculty member Tamar Krishnamurti, PhD, who will participate in a virtual Nobel Summit, “Our Planet, Our Future,” on Monday, April 26.
Doris Rubio, PhD Recognized as the Recipient of the 2021 ACTS Award for Contributing to the Diversity and Inclusiveness of the Translational Workforce
The Association for Clinical and Translational Science (ACTS), a non-profit membership association of translational scientists from the nation’s leading academic medical centers, honored its Translational Science Award recipients at Translational Science 2021. The...
The University of Pittsburgh and UPMC will be well represented at this year’s Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting, with more than 15 oral presentations, workshops, and interest groups. Additionally, there will be more than 35 poster presentations by the Pitt/UPMC community.
Tamar Krishnamurti, PhD Assistant Professor in General Internal Medicine Dr. Tamar Krishnamurti was recently announced as the winner of S&R Foundation’s 2020 Kuno Award for Applied Science. The award, which includes $100,000 in funding, supports early- to...
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