This summer has been extremely busy and rewarding for Safar Center trainees in the laboratories of Drs. Corina Bondi and Anthony Kline.
Marina Levochkina, MPH and Tyler Shick, BS Receive prestigious Trainee Research Awards at the 2021 National Neurotrauma Society Symposium
A hearty congratulations to these trainees and to Dr. Wagner and her entire research team for representing the Safar Center at the highest possible level.
We are pleased to announce that our longstanding T32 titled “Training in Pediatric Neurointensive Care and Resuscitation Research” was competitively renewed for another five years.
Two new postdoctoral fellows were selected for support this year by our NICHD-funded Training in Pediatric Neurointensive Care and Resuscitation Research T32 program.
On July 27, 2021, The Safar Center held its annual Student Research Day, featuring presentations by summer students working at the Safar Center.
Safar Center T32 graduate was awarded an R21 from NINDS to study early mortality due to sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP)
The Safar Center is pleased to announce the 41st Peter and Eva Safar Annual Lectureship in Medical Sciences and Humanities, Dr. Geoffrey Ling.
The latest episode of the UPMC Physician Journal features a story about the severe traumatic brain injury and neurocritical care programs at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and their links to the work at the Safar Center.
Safar Center investigators have been awarded a five-year, $3.1 million R01 grant entitled “Bio-digital Rapid Alert to Identify Neuromorbidity (BRAIN)” from the National Institute of Neurologic Diseases and Stroke (NINDS).
Safar Center Associate Director Dr. Anthony E. Kline awarded an R01 grant from the NIH to study the efficacy of human neural stem cells after TBI
Dr. Anthony E. Kline was awarded an R01 grant to study the efficacy of human neural stem cells on motor, cognitive, and affective outcomes after controlled cortical impact injury in adult rats of both sexes.
Safar Center Associate Director Dr. Anthony E. Kline awarded a competitive renewal R01 from the NIH/NINDS to continue studies of environmental enrichment after traumatic brain injury
The 18th Safar Symposium on May 19th and 20th held virtually for the first time, was a record-breaking event with over 360 registrants. In addition, attendees from 20 countries participated.