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Fabbri

Jay Fabbri, MIS Class of 2012, is considered a non-traditional student at age 35. Fabbri, a Syracuse native, came to Upstate's Medical Imaging program in 2010 from Onondaga Community College. He enjoys the variety and fast pace of his clinical rotations in Upstate University Hospital, and is looking toward a career in interventional radiography.

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Programs of Study

Bachelor of Professional Studies (BPS)

This upper-division transfer program requires an associate's or bachelor's degree in medical imaging or medical radiography (X-ray). This is a program for radiography students who wish to pursue specialty education in CT or MRI.

Students rotate through clinical education settings throughout New York State.

The CT and MRI programs take three consecutive semesters to complete. Graduates are eligible to take national exams in their field.

All programs start in the fall.


BPS-MRI for fall 2017 entry only

Accepted students will need to live within an hour commute of the clinical sites and campus

 
Fall 2017: Clinical rotations on Monday and Friday. Classes in Syracuse on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Spring 2018: Clinical rotations on Monday, Thursday and Friday. Classes in Syracuse on Tuesday and Wednesday.
 
Summer 2018: Clinical rotations Monday through Friday for 10 weeks and one week of classes in Syracuse (projected: May 8-12).

Available clinical sites are in Syracuse, Binghamton, Cortland, Ithaca, Oswego, Rochester, Rome and Utica.  Applicants will need to indicate on their application where they are able to go for clinicals for each semester.  For example: "I'm available for all the sites for all the semesters." or "I'm available for Cortland, Syracuse and Binghamton for the fall and spring and any site for summer 2018."
  


BPS-CT for fall 2017 entry only

Accepted students will need to live within an hour commute of the sites and campus.
  
Fall 2017: Clinical rotations on Monday and Friday. Classes in Syracuse on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Spring 2018:
Clinical rotations on Monday, Thursday and Friday. Classes in Syracuse on Tuesday and Wednesday.
 
Summer 2018: Clinical rotations Monday through Friday for 10 weeks (projected: May 8-12).

Available clinical sites are in Syracuse, Cortland, Ithaca, Oswego, Rochester, and Rome.  Applicants will need to indicate on their application where they are able to go for clinicals for each semester.  For example: "I'm available for all the sites for all the semesters." or "I'm available for Rochester only in the fall and spring and any site for summer 2018."
 

Clinical locations subject to change, if site availability changes.