Endovascular Treatment for Stroke
Researchers have completed an international, randomized, controlled trial showing that a clot-retrieval procedure, known as endovascular treatment (ET), can dramatically improve patient outcomes after an acute ischemic stroke.
HDFT Accurately Reveals Brain Fiber Anatomy in Vivid Color
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh and UPMC show how high definition fiber tracking provides detailed images of the brain's fiber network.
One Giant Bite
One Giant Bite: Woman with Quadriplegia Feeds Herself Chocolate Using Mind-Controlled Robot Arm.
Ultraviolet light zaps superbugs at UPMC hospitals
UPMC Passavant is the latest UPMC hospital to utilize UV robots to help with disinfecting their facility.
HHT Center of Excellence
UPMC and University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences team up to earn international recognition for their research into a rare genetic disorder.
Brian Primack, M.D., Ph.D. on E-Cigarettes
Helpful or harmful? Brian Primack, M.D., Ph.D., discusses research about E-Cigarettes.
Stem Cell Therapy for Stroke
Researchers at UPMC conduct study to see if stem cells can help victims of stroke.
UPMC Enterprise Analytics: Using 'Big Data' Technology in Research
Pitt researchers utilize UPMC's new enterprise data warehouse to integrate for the first time clinical and genomic information on 140 patients previously treated for breast cancer.
Project Tycho: Looking at the Data
A closer look at Pitt Public Health's Project Tycho.
Optimizing Donor Livers for Transplant
UPMC’s transplant team aims to test a new organ preservation system that promises to optimize donor liver quality.
Leg Muscles Restored in Regenerative Medicine Study
Senior investigator Stephen F. Badylak explains the research by University of Pittsburgh and UPMC on regenerative medicine.
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