We are pleased to announce that in June, Michael Wolf, MD, and Alicia Alcamo, MD, graduated from the Safar Center’s Pediatric Neurointensive Care and Resuscitation Research FellowshipT32 program.
Safar Center Scientist, Cameron Dezfulian, MD, in collaboration with William Clark, PhD, awarded $50,000 for pediatric development of their innovative new intravenous catheter called the ThreadRite IV.
Safar Center Associate Director Corina Bondi, PhD, was recently elected as a Fellow of the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society.
Safar Center Associate Director, Rachel Berger, MD, was recently elected to the American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI).
Former Safar Center T32 Fellow Jessica Wallisch, MD, was recently featured as the Early Career Investigator for the month of March in the journal Pediatric Research.
Dr. Patrick Kochanek was honored to be one of the distinguished speakers, amongst several prestigious lecturers commemorating the 125th year of institution.
On December 12th, visiting professor Dr. Sapna Kudchadkar presented Grand Rounds to the Department of Critical Care. Her lecture was titled “Illness Doesn’t Mean Stillness: Creating a Culture of Mobility for Critically Ill Children.”
The past year was extremely productive for Safar Center investigators. In 2018, over 70 articles were published by our faculty and trainees.
This year, the International Neurotrauma Society (INTS) Symposium was held in Toronto, Canada on August 11th-16th.
Safar Center Scientist Dr. Cameron Dezfulian was recently elected as a Fellow of the American Heart Association (AHA).
An abstract submitted by Pitt medical student Maria Lanyi to the Dean’s Summer Research Program (DSRP) was recently awarded a Certificate of Merit Award.
This year, the Safar Center hosted two outstanding students from the University of Bath, Tim Craine and Marcus Hook.