The No-Nonsense Pathologist

The No-Nonsense Pathologist

In the ’60s, Emmanuel Farber’s studies in chemical carcinogenesis landed him on the committee that would pen perhaps the most important public health document of the century. The fiery Pitt pathology chair called “Bull!” on Big Tobacco (and a lot more). * Pitt Med, Spring 2016

Promethean Effort

Promethean Effort

An epic tale of injury and renewal, featuring Pitt’s George Michalopoulos and your liver. * Pitt Med, Fall 2013

Works In Progress

Works In Progress

David Kupfer wants the DSM-5 to help his field come of age. Meet the man behind the manual. * Pitt Med, Summer 2013

The Surgical Curmudgeon

The Surgical Curmudgeon

Mark Ravitch introduced America to the surgical stapler, he put Pitt surgeons through trying times at morbidity and mortality conferences, and he left an eternal mark on the art of operating. * Pitt Med, Spring 2013

Visual Thinker

Visual Thinker

Kyongtae Bae pushes the art and application of computer-aided diagnosis. * Pitt Med, Winter 2012/13

A Matter of Some Urgency

A Matter of Some Urgency

Chet de Groat has discovered much of what we know about a critical organ system. * Pitt Med, Winter 2008/09

Have Heart, Will Travel

Have Heart, Will Travel

What one couple did when their dog became paralyzed. * Ladies’ Home Journal, October 2008

Left Behind

Left Behind

When they lose their houses to foreclosure, some cruel pet owners walk out on their four-legged friends. Fortunately, in one of the hardest-hit areas of the country, there’s Cecily Tippery * Ladies’ Home Journal, June 2009