Location: Room 1251, Weiskotten Hall
Mailing Address: 750 East Adams St.
Syracuse, NY 13210
Phone: 315 464-5387
Fax: 315 464-5188
The Curriculum Office plans and conducts the undergraduate medical education program, coordinates the content and sequence of courses, and promotes innovative learning, teaching and evaluation of techniques. The office maintains a file of all courses outlines, lecture schedules, handouts and other course materials and educational databases which are available for use by faculty and students.
Lynn M. Cleary, MD, FACP
Professor of Medicine
Vice President of Academic Affairs
Senior Associate Dean for Education
Jennifer G. Christner, MD
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education
Director of Accreditation Compliance and Monitoring
Phone: 315 464-7004
Director of Evaluation, Assessment and Research
Coordinator for Basic Science Curriculum
Phone: 315 464-5190
Suzanne Kraus is the Coordinator for Basic Science Curriculum at Upstate Medical University.
Ms. Kraus assists with central oversight of the MS1 and MS2 curriculum, as well as administers exams and evaluations for the College of Medicine. In the Fall 2012, she piloted a new internet testing system called GEMS and successfully transitioned the MS2 class to computer based testing.
Phone: 315 464-5387
Patty Gooden is an Administrative Assistant in the Curriculum Office. She provides administrative support to Dean Cleary and the Curriculum Office in the College of Medicine. Ms. Gooden serves as the office liaison for multiple functions including AOA, Student Research Celebration, the Student Clinician Ceremony, and provides administrative support for the Upstate Faculty Council. "Before joining Upstate, I worked only in clinical medicine, but I am enjoying the diversity of my position and the opportunity to work in the academic setting with the students, staff, and faculty."
Phone: 315 464-5186
|Barb Hinds is the Administrative Assistant for the Curriculum Office and the Syracuse Campus Standardized Patient (SP) Program. "I like having such a diverse and interesting job working for both departments. Where else could I interact with medical students while they examine the Standardized Patients, and help them in the Curriculum Office."|
David B. Duggan, MD, MACP
Dean, College of Medicine
I am particularly honored to serve as Dean of the College of Medicine. As an alumnus of the Class of 1979 and a member of the faculty since 1986, I have been extraordinarily pleased at the growth of the Medical School over this time and proud of the work of its faculty and graduates.