The Pittsburgh Study (TPS) marks five years of promoting child thriving and racial equity. TPS is transforming the landscape of community health and research by uplifting community connectedness, ensuring every child feels supported and loved.
For Kelly Bailey, MD, PhD, Ewing sarcoma is more than a rare and difficult-to-treat bone tumor that predominantly affects teenagers. It’s the focal point of her research and the primary reason she practices medicine.
Throughout our hospital, there are many licensed psychologists dedicated to supporting specific service lines.
Andrew Nowalk, MD, PhD, is clinical director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at UPMC Children’s and a renowned leader on the diagnosis and care of pediatric Lyme disease cases.
Meet the Physician Carrying on a 40-year Legacy UPMC Children’s is a pioneer in pediatric transplantation thanks to the work of renowned physician Thomas Starzl, MD, PhD. During his career, Dr….
In the lab of Bernhard Kühn, MD, new findings offer the potential for use of an existing drug to treat children with heart disease by allowing the heart to heal itself.
UPMC Children’s is on its way to becoming the lead site for development and human clinical trials of a new gene therapy treatment for VLCADD (Very Long Chain Acyl CoA Dehydrogenase Deficiency), a rare genetic disorder that is identified through newborn screening.
Music therapy is one of UPMC Children’s most treasured programs.
UPMC Children’s is at the forefront of pediatric transplantation research.