Pittsburgh Phage Project (P3)

The mission of the Pittsburgh Phage Project (P3) is to form a multi-disciplinary team to conduct phage discovery, determine phage biology and immunogenicity, identify panels of phage specific multidrug resistant organisms (MDRO), establish ethical framework and conduct clinical trials.  The long-term goal will be to develop phage therapy candidates for major MDRO. Hospitals affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh provide advanced tertiary care for high-risk patients with complex conditions; thus, the P3 program is highly relevant. The Pitt environment provides a unique opportunity to leverage our strengths to create a world-class program in phage therapy.

The Pittsburgh Phage Project is supported by i4Kids and the Pitt Momentum Funds through Pitt Research and the Office of the Provost.

The Pittsburgh Phage Project Symposium is scheduled for Friday, June 3rd, 2022 at the University Club.

Learn more about registration and abstract submission here

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