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"university pittsburgh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Coming up on the Hammer and Nigel Show 49 days to go until the election where our trump and Biden in the polls and its Tuesdays with Tony Cats on 93, WNBC. So there's a study out of Pittsburgh. Interesting. They think they've identified The antibody. Him. Corona virus. And that causes current of ours. Tony Cats, Tony Cats today 833 got Tony 8334688669. Um I don't understand how it works, but what they feel they found the anybody. And they can therefore neutralize the virus. That causes sorry Gov to which is the virus that causes Corona virus. It is 10 times smaller than a full sized Any body. They've used that to create this drug called 88. I was in the journal Cell C e. L l on Monday. They think it's going to be a preventive. Not only has potential is therapy for Tobin 19, but it also could be used to keep people from getting sorry Gov to infections that, according to the chief of the division of infectious Disease diseases at Pitt, In the University of Pennsylvania Medical University, Pittsburgh Medical Center. Anybody's in the largest sides have worked against other infectious diseases, Um, well tolerated, giving us hope that it could be an effective treatment for patients to govern 19. And for protection of those who have never had the infection and are not immune. What matters here. It is. The efforts being made. For example, the AstraZeneca trials are back on. They took a pause because someone got sick. Those trials are back on. There's a lot of work going on for all the places where we missed, and I would argue there was a lot of Ms From doctors from Science from Politico's on Corona virus. There's been a lot of work done by groups together. Nevada and that I'm greatly greatly..
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"The lane in the final minutes number eighteen Colorado holds also in cal seventy to sixty six buffalo's leave the conference by game after that Oregon lost to Arizona state looking inside for Garza around a pencil stream down the left side of the lane back up top for pension here's a jump shot goodbye Garza health buy Ohio state Jersey with all three points seventeen now for a look at what a season these at Gary dolphin live real time G. because the guards are twenty four I would beat Ohio state eighty five seventy six cars as scored twenty points or more in twelve consecutive games in big ten play Longstreet for an Iowa player forty nine season the most by any conference player in the last two decades TJ drive to the rim stop this group will leave for a ninety gallon details twenty eight to go nine gives B. Y. U. eighty five seventy five past Santa Clara Cougars winning their seventh straight game three forty four to go first half thirty on the shot clock green to trigger the inbound play man throws it yeah Brian Jeffries live real life ecology heard a mention Josh greeny scored eighteen to help number twenty four hours on a best Oregon state eighty nine to sixty three in Michigan state getting a big when brown has over the ball Aaron Henry Henry out front rebels around trying to said kids you're cannot I gave them the wing for three nice pass by Henry in grade three by brown well the one thing I'm as she was doing to overcome all these turnovers I am a shoe is shooting fifty two percent from three point range Ford's boards never gave brown's bid three pointer there they were twenty points better than the brass get eighty five to sixty five university Pittsburgh football and men's basketball.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Few gallons details twenty eight to go nine gives B. Y. U. eighty five seventy five past Santa Clara Cougars winning their seventh straight game three forty four to go first half thirty on the shot clock green to trigger the inbound play and throws it is yeah Brian Jeffries live for life ecology heard a mention Josh greeny scored eighteen to help number twenty four hours on a best Oregon state eighty nine to sixty three in Michigan state getting a big when brown has a with a fall Aaron Henry Henry out for dribbles around trying to set your cannot I gave them the wing for three nice pass by Henry in grade three by brown well the one thing I'm as she was doing to overcome all these turnovers and measure with the shooting fifty two percent from three point range Spartans boards never gave grounds fifth three pointer there there were twenty points better than the brass get eighty five to sixty five university Pittsburgh football and men's basketball programs placed on probation for three years by the NC double a both programs committing a series of violations between twenty fifteen and twenty eighteen they sit around bold programs exceeding the number of a lot of practices during that time how about the night on ice were Alexander veggie king getting old so close the seven hundred career only scored eleven goals in the last five games coming as heard on the capital's radio network Alex so that she is going is six hundred ninety ninth career goal now he'd been in a rock of late but he's closing in on another milestone capitals drop their third Aroldo falling to the Montreal Canadiens of four to three in T. the goal snapped a five game streak without a point hi for the longest of his career consider that all that skin had never gone more than five games in his career without a goal only seven players have scored seven hundred career now he is within one of that career milestone how bout the leaves looking to write their wrongs against the pens I'm always as heard on sportsnet five ninety the fan Jake muzzin had a goal and two assists.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Radio morning news challenge and we have cafe from swiftly Kathy say hello to Gina hello we have on the cover of gene is magazine cincy Pittsburgh he is Dr Jim weather's what is he known for Madison street medicine you're absolutely right so you're gonna have joined me at the Robert Morris university Pittsburgh speaker series next Wednesday at Heinz hall with historian Douglas Brinkley it's gonna be a really enlightening evening sounds like a lot of fun thank you even though I'm involved all right Kathy enjoyed have a great weekend thank you you too yeah this is a it's for speaker series teen as pretty amazing they bring in your involved with Ted yes the tax Pittsburgh the ten experts birds so the idea is to get these people would not necessarily household names would have something to offer and something to say it's great who's the next Ted do you have one lined up we we will do our big event we've had as the buying theater for the past several years so that'll be coming up in the spring we had our tax Pittsburgh women event in December I would invited they're always inside you say that now seven fifty five traffic powered by Bowser Chevrolet beaver falls now Monroeville Tripoli's camping burger and what's going on looking at the inbound side of the parkway west for traffic is backing from the top of green tree hill the great tree exit ramp it's that's about a mile before you get a four Greentree road and we also have a lot of folks exiting at the Carnegie interchange by way of Intel parkway west and is a loop around down toward Anthony street to east main street that's pretty heavy in Chestnut Street is pretty much bumper to bumper for you so just be aware that give yourself a few extra minutes if you're heading in that direction on the inbound side of route twenty eight we're kind of getting back to normal we now have you at the end of my past as you head down toward the forty thirty first three bridges parkway north invalidate slow for you from Camborne row down through bill few west feel it's was once again approaching McKnight road as you head down toward venture straight this starts to loosen up a bit your parkway east in our back right around the Churchill exit ramp into the squirrel hill tunnel city site is a bit busy as you make your way past second Avenue I'm not seeing any major issues heading up on to the for pet bridge our next triple a traffic on the five to eight oh five from the Presbyterian senior Kerr network traffic center I'm happy for ground newsradio ten twenty KDKA and you see the sun shine we're going to go to forty three so a moderates quite a bit to go through any of those snow squalls yesterday and very quick white out yeah but it while you're in eons this is not good and then all the sun I popped out the other side it was sunny just before the road start again sketchy but there's enough snow that fell north way north of us like Forrest county Menangle where they've had school delays enclosures.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on Growing Higher Ed Leaders
"Mistakes but most important is that you learned from those mistakes. Is There A. Is there an incident or something that you look back in your career and you say wow you know what that was the fork in the road and and if I if I didn't change the way I was doing things you know I I would be a complete derailed or you know you take the other path at that I learned from this and I changed my leadership style and and I've I've been better for that change. There's something that that brings true view or a story that that you can think back or you hearken back to in those moments when you have to Kinda reset because even even though as leaders we. We know a lot of these things that we get into the practice of things. It's it can be easy to revert to bad habits And you have to constantly remind yourself because there's something that you use or is that you used. Did you call to. Yeah you know and and we won't use any. We'll protect the innocent her. It refers to this delegation discussion. We were just having so I was working for Johnny Majors. Who was the him? The bulk of University Pittsburgh Incredible Coach won a national championship here and had tremendous success as a player and then coach in I was doing a lot of work for the football program. Basically all the off the field work so recruiting running their football camps their summer camps all their academic Democ work that type of stuff and we were running. I was in charge of running the Johnny Majors football camp a summer camp for kids in the good news is that our marketing effort was fantastic. The bad news is we had so many kids registered. Did I got underwater. Hurry I I was trying to do it. All Myself I didn't bring in. We had an opportunity to bring in interns. A LOT OF PEOPLE WANNA get into athletics in particular chance to work for a guy like Johnny Majors. I could have hired interns to help but I thought I had it all under control the end That we got overwhelmed with the number of registrations that we had and I can remember working overnight several nights the hot off registrations and getting them in our computer database in getting the camp ready for the kids when they showed up in Hanoi was one of those issues that was probably not as disastrous as I felt it was. The customer doesn't usually see all the flaws but I saw the ball and there were lots of them and it was one of the biggest and I realize is looking back. It's because I I had been a doer and a I think of a fairly proficient doer in so I was was having trouble letting go. I wanted to control everything I wanted to own. Everything and as has I was doing that I got caught. Auden it was just a just storm than an avalanche that hit me of too much work and not enough help in the inability to get it done bannon so it was a great lesson to me in this whole idea. We talk about letting go surround. I think a couple of lessons surrounding yourself with great eight people right. You've got you. Can't you gotTa build a great team. Surround yourself with great people and then letting them do their work leading adding letting them do their job so that we can be successful in the following year abroad in a super super intern who really Oy took ownership of it and I was really much more hands off and he put together a team of interns to help him and they actually did a great job so the without being the camp was fantastic. Great Lesson Right now that you don't have to do everything you got to build a great team. Give them the vision where you WanNa go and let them go. Let them take you there. I've tried to to use that in my leadership after learning that tough lesson. It sounds like it was a tough one to option and really tough boss too so they usually do right. That's right. The customer doesn't re- rarely sees the flaws. Everyone else does so. I think this is another great segue you you I want to.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Compare schools by dozens of measures that include teaching health services college dorms and I guess the happiest question also produces a list of the ten happiest campuses Auburn University Auburn Alabama one that one American University six seven of the top ten spots Vanderbilt that number two Kansas State nobody makes a difference small schools and larger ones both made the cut another look at people different backgrounds or asked whether campuses LGBTQ friendly and whether they think the professors are interesting and bring the material to life in addition students are asked about town gown relations how will the interact with local residents American University took seven of the top ten spots Emily's happy ends up being Xavier Simmons hall the evil can reset Johns Illinois institute pays queens university of Texas at Dallas well now okay they'll probably have a better season alright I think that'll just quickly change that one university of Tennessee Knoxville George Mason University Fairfax Virginia Truman state university Kirksville Missouri and Kirksville Emerson College Boston New Jersey institute and work to quench university Pittsburgh Manhattanville college New York Hunter College in New York the gill university Montreal Quebec Suffolk university Boston and since college of Louisiana Shreveport all right so what does that mean for your eyes well.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"And and clinical diagnosis coming to your local giant eagle? What will they come up with next? But straight ahead we'll head to rivers casino and see how this sports betting is going the books open yesterday where we at now how does the weekend look as we'll chat with general manager at rivers casino. Bill kina next. Shaven lo HANA law firm studios has the voice of fence for news from Katie K a radio now, it's forty eight degrees. Five thirty. I'm Joe St. oh, it was all red on the stock market today. Two percent losses on most of the indexes. Stocks are now off three percent for the year. CBS business analyst Jill Schlesinger on. Why investors are worried the proximate reason for today's move down was just a continuing fear that global growth is slowing. We've got some negative data out of China a little bit more out of the European Union. And add to that we still have the trade concerns were still worried about the UK, and the Brexit Pennsylvania turnpike is reopened westbound between monroeville and Allegheny valley. But it was closed for some eleven hours today following an early morning accident involved two tractor trailers turnpike spokesman Carl February telling the Katie. Radio afternoon news with carrying US mail at one was k- number. They they crash together. Somehow ended up on top of the meeting. Median barrier has teams had to clean up diesel fuel all day and also repair the media. Neither driver was seriously hurt university. Pittsburgh football. Great Bill Froehlich has died at the age of fifty six. Here's Katie K radio's Eric Hagman Bill Froehlich was a star player out of Penn hills high school who went on to become a two time all American at Pitt that a first round draft pick it at all pro at the NFL JIMBO covert tells 93.7 the fan about his time playing with Frei lake at Pitt special special athletes. They don't come around very often and just came in and sit right here. Us the rest is history. It was also a special person last week frankly paid for the hotel rooms for every member of his high school's football team allowing them to play their championship game. He fought cancer for years. Eric Hagman NewsRadio ten twenty Katie K. White House reacting to the latest accusation, the President Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen the so called fixer for Mr. Trump was on ABC's. Good Morning, America. I've done with the lying. I'm done being loyal to President Trump. And my first loyalty belongs to my wife. My daughter my son in this country. White House deputy press secretary HOGAN Gidley today blasted the media for taking Cohen seriously and giving credence to what he called a convicted criminal.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on Important, Not Important
"So one of the things that you take away from all of this is that, you know, sure investigators at university, Pittsburgh, don't necessarily agree with the investigators, Mr. Chicago, but may not may not necessarily agree with you the investigators at Indiana Senator what's unique but all these weaknesses is that the all comprehensive cancer centers. And if you think that the founding mission of the NCI, which was to designate the incentives is being formed areas research to happen. One of one of the missions is ensure that research happens at the level of comprehensive asset, and so one of the reassuring features is that even these times struggling done, and it was so much disagreement between people even fans, but once what's fascinating is that at this research is happening as a result of and see I don't live and people disagree on relative. You know, minute things by the NCI. NTN mission is being fulfilled because optical trials of this message is being supported by MCI Talas through so helping support that would be very useful. So it a people sometimes give charitable contributions. So that's always well people tell the gelding legislative elected legislators that only know these guys helping us that's always, you know, getting a shout out on Twitter on Facebook any social media. That's helpful. Ultimately, assigns that gets funded is the science that helps people, but it's also the signs of people hear about it Nova. Sure. And then I think that's a good note to folks, you know, again, like you said, congress has been surprisingly, an affective leave supportive of science, even even despite the pushback from the administration. So that doesn't mean you don't need to call your Representative. That means call your Representative and thank them for doing what they're doing. And and encourage them, so they don't feel like they're they're left out in the cold with all the other shit going on. So, you know, thank them for their their long-term vision and for for focusing on what's good. And if you have a personal story tell it whatever helps these people feel like they can do even more is is is important. And then personally, you know, obviously, knowing there's a still so much to uncover in, you know, we're very early on. Do you? Do you have any guidance on what the rest of us should be doing to put our ourselves in our good in our our or poop in the in. The best place to to succeed should something. Like this come our way. People often ask, you know, you say a diet. I should actually do follow the Royal tell to eight doctor what asking should I don't eat sugar. And you know, in almost kinda crazy is that, you know, we have the best of doing a lot of very deeply analyze Guidry histories and stuff to try and get a sentence, gene. As to what's important. What's not? But one of the things that we found out is that if he Koop back to the last ten to fifteen years of nutritional data, there's some that lots of data points. It's just that that sudden Daichi elements are important when you look at those nicely. You know, it appears that it can high high fiber that he has to important. Eating a little bit eating less meat red meat feel making of omega three only actually at a funny. Unsaturated fats nigga three fatty acids abused exercise appears to be putting but you know, let's let's that's ever been. And think of right. So. Eating Ness Rigby eating polyunsaturated fatty acids and make its lease and high fiber and not eating too much. Mean commonsensical, right. That's people seem only would think..
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Many broadcasts may begin by telling you the name of murder who killed eleven people in the synagogue behind me early this Saturday morning. They may show you his pictures, and repeat his name so much that it will become as well known as other mass murderers, whose names you probably remember we hope history does not remember this killer's name, and we won't be saying it or showing you his photo in the hour ahead. Instead, we wanna take a few moments to focus on those who really matter on the eleven people who live good and decent lives who are loved by family and friends and who leave behind them broken hearts and happy memories. Daniel Stein was killed on Saturday. He was retired. And according to his son didn't require much his son said, he was a simple, man. His nephew says he had a dry sense of humor. He was deeply loved and will be deeply missed Daniel Stein. We will remember Joyce Feinberg was a former researcher at the university. Pittsburgh who treated her PHD students like family, we're told her late husband taught at CMU just down the road from tree of life. Those who knew her say she had a huge personality that lit up the room Joyce Feinberg. Let us remember let us also remember, Richard Gottfried. He was sixty five and had a dental practice with his wife. He was Jewish. She was Catholic. They counseled other interfaith couples at her church about what to expect Bernice and Sylvan Simon were married at tree of life sixty two years ago, imagined that Sylvan Simon was retired accountant Bernice was a nurse. Neighbor says that she loved classical music and devoted time to charitable work charitable causes. They were always ready to help set a neighbor and always with a big smile, Bernice and Sylvan Simon they died as they lived together. We will remember them Jerry Rabinowitz was a longtime area doctor who's being remem-. For treating all kinds of patients with kindness and compassion. Particularly those with HIV aids at a time when fear of.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The law firm for injured workers bills outfielder dylan cousins headed declare water to begin a running progression he's working his way back from a quad injury seventy sixers continue to prepare for the nba draft another group of prospects working out today over in camden this group includes kentucky forward kevin knox nba draft is set for thursday golf it's the second round of the us open right now dustin johnson alone at the top of the leaderboard to under for the tournament one under today through twelve johnson currently enjoys a onestroke lead on scott piercy and ian poulter who are both at one under they both have yet to tee off year in round two world cup action over in russia one match in the books today you're defeated egypt one nil right now it is morocco taking on on iran this match is late in the first half in fact it's stoppagetime in the first half and this matches scoreless back the baseball stafford junior was a star catcher at saint joseph's university pittsburgh pirates drafted him in the fifth round last year and stafford has spent this season playing for the pirates single a squad in the south atlantic league the west virginia power staffer talks about the biggest punk is for him right now as he works to get better at catching part of it being behind the plate you know being a catcher there's so much more that goes into it that a lot of people do not understand and be for the most important thing to being a catcher i'm you know you affect the the team on many aspects so definitely working buying the plate to get better and perfect the crap the twenty two year old staffer doing a really good job with the bat this year hitting two eighty eight for the power with five home runs twenty seven runs batted in in forty seven games his successes earned him a spot in next week south atlantic league all star game that's sports matt leon kyw newsradio next kyw newsradio if you're selling your old car how much do.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"It was either i would be a lawyer or priest and being a lawyer a lot more so yeah so yeah i always wanted to wanted to be a lawyer i had never met a lawyer if you can imagine that lawyers were not at least in my neck of the woods as prevalent as they are today i had never met a lawyer until i started law school and so at at mizzou my icing lawyers on tv i thought it would be a trial lawyer after my first year law school i clerked for a criminal defense firm here in saint louis downtown saint louis from that's not in existence anymore and discovered that i couldn't see myself living that life the work was exciting but i had some kind of principles ah qualms about the nature of the work lot of criminal defense lawyers not all certainly i don't mean to paint everybody by the same brush but visit the practice that i was involved with they had a lot of re re repeat clients and if your colonel defense lawyer you repeat clients that made you have repeat criminals and if felt like to me we were kind of keeping the drugs on the street and so i i f first show osco i completely redirecting myself into business and i went back to missoula school second and third year took every business course i could every tax course i could heddon in business in undergraduate school at all and to the extent that when i graduated i immediately went to graduate school in at university pittsburgh my wife and i we got married effort for sure logical we loaded up a little the smallest little uhaul trailer you could get and we drove from columbia to pit to pittsburgh and i studied business at pitt's graduate school of business.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A great question well i think if you look at the criteria that they have they have said they want to be near a really strong university or multiple universities they want to be close to someplace with a large airport so you look across the country there are places like pittsburgh pittsburgh has a couple of very outstanding universities pittsburgh has an airport that smaller than it used to be but it has a lot of capacity and it's one place that's being described as as in the mix should seattle be worried i think that the presence of amazon has been a mixed bag for seattle on the one hand they of hired tens of thousands of workers and with a very fast hiring rate over the past few years which has brought many new workers to seattle who are earning very high salaries and spending a lot of money in the local economy but its eu will talk to a lot of people here around town who will tell you that amazon has has led to a cultural change here in seattle and an increase in living costs that is not altogether welcome so if amazon reduces its presence in seattle to some extent there you will find people around here who think of that is a good thing that's interesting i mean what is the ideal if not a huge sleep company like i'm isn't what what should city a spotted what we are discovering here in seattle is that there are very few changes to a local economy that are beneficial for everyone in that economy so if you own a home in seattle you've seen the value of your home appreciate substantially because there are so many more people that want to move here and buy it if you only rent your home uh you've senior rent increase and that the economic dynamic of that is very different and so we've spoken with many a sort of lowerpaid workers in seattle who say they don't know how they can afford to stay here and they're talking about leaving town and this creates problems for us because we're worried about becoming a place where only the wealthy can afford to live numbers injury.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A great question well i think if you look at the criteria that they have they have said they want to be near a really strong university or multiple universities they want to be close to someplace with a large airport so you look across the country there are places like pittsburgh pittsburgh has a couple of very outstanding universities pittsburgh has an airport that smaller than it used to be but it has a lot of capacity and it's one place that's being described as as in the mix should seattle be worried i think that the presence of amazon has been a mixed bag for seattle on the one hand they have hired tens of thousands of workers and with a very fast hiring rate over the past few years which has brought many new workers to seattle who were earning very high salaries and spending a lot of money in the local economy but its eu will talk to a lot of people here around town who will tell you that amazon has has led to a cultural change aaron seattle and an increase in living costs that is not altogether welcome so if amazon reduces its presence in seattle to some extent there you will find people around here who think of that is a good thing that's interesting i mean what is the ideal if not a huge sleep company like i'm isn't what what should city aspire to what we are discovering here in seattle is that there are very few changes to a local economy that have beneficial for everyone in that economy so if you own a home in seattle you've seen the value of your home appreciate substantially because there are so many more people that want to move here and buy it if you only rent your home uh you've senior rent increase and that the economic dynamic of that is very different and so we've spoken with many a sort of lowerpaid workers in seattle who say they don't know how they can afford to stay here and they're talking about leaving town and this creates problems for us because we are worried about becoming a place where only the wealthy can afford to live numbers injury.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on Business Daily
"America that would jump at the chance to have this kind of job growth in their communities particularly at the salary levels that these jobs pay i suppose there is a brand issue there isn't that a brand around a city that as soon as you all whom to something i mean i think of atlanta being home to coca cola for example like eat the eib that actually sort of a tracks in and of itself other companies yes i'd say a particularly with with in the technology sector there is a tendency for companies to want to locate near one another if you think about it the tech centers in the united states are the places like silicon valley and seattle are very expensive places and you might think that a company would see some advantage in locating in kansas or in one of the areas of the country there are not quite so expensive but they all want to crowd into these local areas because they want to take advantage of the the talent that's already there and so any place that acquires amazon and fifty thousand highly skilled highly trained workers is going to become attractive to other technology firms that might want to hire away some of those employees where would you stick amazon hq to that's a great question well i think if you look at the criteria that they have they have said they want to be near a really strong university or multiple universities they want to be close to someplace with a large airport so you look across the country there are places like pittsburgh pittsburgh has a couple of very outstanding universities pittsburgh has an airport that smaller than it used to be but it has a lot of capacity on and it's one place that's being described as as in the mix should seattle be worried i think that the presence of amazon has been a mixed bag for seattle on the one hand they have hired tens of thousands of workers and with a very fast hiring rate over the past few years which has brought many new workers to seattle who are earning very high salaries and spending a lot of money in the local economy but it's.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Will be released in october of the serving the medium term for armed robbery and assault with a weapon turdy general jeff sessions says he loves his job and planned to stay on this following president trump's critical remarks about the attorneygeneral during a new york times interview on wall street the dow closed down twenty eight points at twenty one thousand six eleven the nasdaq was up four or sixty three ninety death again as a new record today for the nasdaq and the sp 500 down just a little bit of virtually unchanged but a did closing the red 24 73 in other news now rhode island teenager who says he killed his mother's boyfriend to protect her from abuse appeared in court today wbz's kim tunnicliff reports the case may be moved from juvenile court to adult court but the defence were argue selfdefence rhode island attorney general's office a seeking to have the seventeen year old tried as an adult police say he admitted to shooting his mother's boyfriend valdez louis so after louise so reportedly got into a physical altercation with the team's mum melanie peres both mother and son are charged with transporting luizao's body to attleboro where it was set on fire the seventeen year olds attorney john salinas was asked if this could be a case of saw of defense unlike the thanks all from what little i know yes selena says his client is doing as well as can be expected consumes will quiet moves run through alarm was russia's mother was arrested kim tunnicliff wbz news radio 1030 he's the man whose researchled companies to remove lead from mm gasoline and other products dr herbert middlemen has died pediatrician on university pittsburgh researcher is best known for his studies in the 1970s the documented behavior problems lower intelligence scores and poor performance and schoolchildren who were exposed to lead needham of died tuesday in pittsburgh he was eighty nine years old.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
"But as i went through my education uh and started in engineering electrical engineering and shifted chemistry and has undergraduate university pittsburgh was struggling to find something that really turn me on i was working as a night quarter away in a quarter the psychiatric hospital things were not as close in those days says today were any privileges to look at other people's charts knock it spend hours and hours breeding the chart for people that i was feeling with putting memphis bid and helping them uh get adjusted in the evenings and can't fascinated by a human emotion fact on astray uh decided they my last year on your graduate what may trend psychology didn't have the prerequisites for medical school but i want to go into clinical psychology and learn more about these paid on out how to understand them so i went into the clinical training program the university of massachusetts team sixty five was i had an appointment to the north hampton state hospital and all is getting quite satisfied with the level of conversation hopped up emotions in clinical psychology those were the days of behavioural modification then people did not talk about the motions that psychiatric patients go through or emotions in general were taboo topic in one of my rotation some at the hospital i ended up in the eu cheat clinic quest arne tree's been uh he had a animal laboratory fact there and one day after cut accustomed to what the unit did for the patients they said you really interested in and i told him was fascinated by the recently discovered palm not selfstimulation in the burn case said well i want you to an experiment and he left me loose lab and that's how it started shifted into behavior on they're all science or if there was called the watch go flat collagen those days and i never turned around but i found that working on emotions were not popular topics in a sort of has to prove myself with more traditional things and that's what i did.
"university pittsburgh" Discussed on The Win with Heather Havenwood
"I went to university pittsburgh university adverse okay great so that's really interesting so you now be part of a started up in the start of just crashes them burns yes it was a major crash in bern and then you know that was going to be a big thing after callers you'll be awesome and then i i graduated and so all my friends because i was in computer science and information signs and area they're getting jobs at amazon and oracle and all these places and i did never job i started company failed in i moved back in with my parents and allow freelance web design lives doing now i see your friends will i did i'm hanging out with amazon got this like six keijab whatever you know that that's okay that's fides of so you know because what are they doing the today that's my question are they are they better off than you now that other snow at that same child than they yeah exactly they're not going anywhere you know if plug nothing against having the company job mike we all get it we've been there but it does do something to you that makes you kind of not leave for awhile i write it has has this kind of ongo ongoing don't that on that unthinkable trot of i call it they don't wanna get off the horse because there's like a fear and the other thing that it does is it kind of music where crushes once creativity and one's ability to executed a fast pace because you have to go through so many layers in in team meetings and all these things and with an entrepreneur it's like i wanted it is you know like go you know what i mean so there any of that structure you have to go through but the same time it gives you the ability to to be more creative defy not defined that you're it's a little more challenges in times starts here all high school friends like th they're not challenges much might whiteboard i putting words in your mouth did you know absolutely i i do think that there's a there's a big difference between the being an entrepreneur or not and sometimes you sort of our coming from a different place when you're talking to somebody from.