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Peanut Allergies May Soon be Treated with a Vaccine

Peanut Allergies May Soon be Treated with a Vaccine

November 14, 2018

Researchers may soon be able to develop an effective vaccine against peanut allergies in humans.


Peanut Allergies May Soon be Treated with a Vaccine
Peanut Allergies may soon be Treated with a Vaccine

Peanut Allergies May Soon be Treated with a Vaccine

November 14, 2018


Upstate partners with ENSPICE Childrens Foundation to address nutritional needs of young victims of natural disasters

Upstate partners with ENSPICE Childrens Foundation to address nutritional needs of young victims of natural disasters

March 23, 2017

The Center for Global Health & Transitional Science (CGHTS) at Upstate Medical University is embarking on a partnership with ENSPICE Children's Foundation (ECF), an international foundation that is addressing nutritional needs of children brought on by disasters.


Upstate study highlights key principles of a successful malaria elimination program

Upstate study highlights key principles of a successful malaria elimination program

February 2, 2017

An Ecuador-Peru border region has been malaria free since 2012.


SES approach leads to new information in study of mosquito-borne viruses

SES approach leads to new information in study of mosquito-borne viruses

September 25, 2016

Anna Stewart Ibarra, PhD, MPA, describes a collaborative approach by researchers.


Upstate DNP student finds gratitude on Ghana medical mission

Upstate DNP student finds gratitude on Ghana medical mission

July 12, 2016

After her induction into the Sigma Theta Tau nursing honor society and her graduation in May from Upstate's Nurse Practitioner master's program, Brandy Baillargeon didn't take a vacation.


Informational video about mosquito-borne illnesses

Informational video about mosquito-borne illnesses

June 26, 2016

Learn more about mosquito-borne illnesses with Upstate's Dr. Tim Endy and Health Commissioner Indu Gupta


Number of Zika Cases in Pregnant Women Almost Doubles in U.S. and Puerto Ri

Number of Zika Cases in Pregnant Women Almost Doubles in U.S. and Puerto Ri

May 25, 2016

The Centers for Disease Control says the number of confirmed or suspected cases of the Zika virus has doubled in pregnant women living in the United States and Puerto Rico. We spoke to Dr. Anna Stewart Ibarra from SUNY Upstate about research and prevention on the disease.


Ecuador earthquake relief effort

Ecuador earthquake relief effort

April 28, 2016

When Upstate Medical University's Anna Stewart Ibarra, PhD, traveled to Ecuador last fall to continue her research into a global public health threat, she didn't expect that she would also be dealing with a natural disaster; an earthquake that left the country in a state of emergency, particularly affecting small coastal fishing villages.


Seeking Zika

Seeking Zika

February 19, 2016

Where and when will Zika-carrying mosquitoes strike next?


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