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The Special K Club features our star scientists with K awards. This week, we will be discussing a variety of fascinating topics, including biochemical anti-aging targets in animal models, the use of mobile devices to predict outcomes in patients with cancer, and understanding the complex pathophysiology of the sensation of pain in pancreatitis. We are very excited to welcome Dr. Carissa Low, Dr. Andrey Parkhitko, and Dr. Jami Saloman for this installment of the Special K Club.

Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
September 28, 2021

Special K Club

“Integrating Mobile Technology into Patient-Centered Cancer Research”
Carissa Low, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Hematology-Oncology
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Center for Behavioral Health and Smart Technology
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

15:23  “Dissecting Pancreatitis Pain to Develop Mechanism-based Interventions”
Jami Saloman, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
Assistant Professor of Neurobiology
Pittsburgh Center for Pain Research
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

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