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Hot Metal Bridge

Pittsburgh’s Hot Metal Bridge links the Bridgeside technology campus (home to MMG) to cafes, shops and restaurants in the South Side Works.

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Chemical Genetics

Close-up view of a kinase domain active site, genetically modified to accommodate a selective inhibitor.

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Nef SH3 Interface

Molecular model of the interface between the HIV-1 virulence factor, Nef and the host cell signaling protein, Hck.

Credit: Seema S. Lakdawala and Juraj Kabat (NIAID, NIH)

Visualization of four distinct influenza viral RNA segments within a single cell

An MDCK cell infected with influenza A/WSN/1933 (H1N1) virus with four influenza viral RNA segments identified by fluorescent in situ hybridization: PB2, PB1, PA, and NP. The nucleus is labeled in blue based on DAPI staining.

Events & Seminars

MMG - IMM Joint Scientific Retreat
Joint Scientific Retreat between MMG and Immunology Learn more>
MMG Seminar Series presents Dr. Hank Seifert
"Diversification in the face of function - Lessons from the mechanisms and results of pious antigenic variation in Neisseria gonorrhoeae" Learn more>
MMG Seminar Series presents Dr. Li Lan
"Oxidative DNA Damage Response: Mechanisms and Human Diseases" Learn more>


Bridgeside Research Forum 2015-2016
The Bridgeside Research Forum is a seminar given by postdocs and graduate students every Friday from 12-1pm during the academic year. Learn more>
Pitt study may offer way to fight superbugs!
A recent publication by Dr. Montelaro has attracted media coverage both locally and nationally. Learn more>
PET Scans Help Identify Effective TB Drugs, Says Pitt School of Medicine Study
Congratulations to the Flynn Lab! Learn more>