News Archives of September 2014

September 18, 2014
Upstate’s Rural Medical Education program celebrates 25th anniversary, with visit to Oswego Health
Oswego Health is one of Upstate's longest and strongest supporters of the RMED program provides medical students with the ability to study medicine in the rural setting.

September 15, 2014
Upstate to recognize outstanding service at Fall Faculty Convocation Sept. 17
In all, 23 individuals will be recognized by President Eastwood for distinguished service to Upstate Medical University. The Upstate community is welcome to attend. A reception will follow in the Weiskotten Hall courtyard.

September 5, 2014
Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital patient goes to class
Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital patient, seven-year-old Kane Wolf, did not miss a beat on his first day of second grade. Kane has been hospitalized for two weeks while he receives chemotherapy to treat neuroblastoma. The dedicated school room and teacher, Mary Ellen Michalenko, help to bridge the gap between hospitalizations and the classroom. Michalenko said allowing patients to continue schooling during treatments is both empowering and comforting.

September 4, 2014
Annual Radiothon for Kids set to air Sept. 10, 11
In its 12-year run, The Radiothon for Kids has raised more than $750,000 from the community to support the care and amenities for children treated at Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital.

September 2, 2014
Upstate study looks at interactions between rural setting and clinical training of students
Upstate's RMED program places students from Upstate's Syracuse and Binghamton campuses into private offices and small rural hospitals for a 36-week period of clinical training. The program has been running for 25 years.

September 2, 2014
Kidney disease research leads to fellowship for Upstate student
Upstate Medical University College of Graduate Studies student, Jing Bi Karchin, has received a two-year fellowship from the American Hart Association.

News Archives of August 2014

August 26, 2014
Katie Martino, 14 year-old Westie who served as a therapy dog at Upstate for more than a decade, retires
With an Upstate ID badge hanging from her collar, Katie Martino spent 13 years greeting patients in the hospital's physical therapy unit.

August 26, 2014
Upstate Cancer Center welcomes patients
The Upstate Cancer Center welcomed patients for the first time Aug. 25.  The new 90,000 square foot facility features 27 infusion stations four linear accelerator vaults for radiation therapy, a high-tech intraoperative suite, which includes a 3T MRI, a four-season rooftop healing garden, meditation room, family resource center, multidisciplinary practice locations and private space for [...]

August 25, 2014
Three Upstate studies receive SUNY Brain Network of Excellence funding
In these awards, there is a clear recognition of the strength of Upstate Medical University’s vision research group as SUNY leaders in eye research, said Upstate officials

August 22, 2014
Upstate researchers report on air quality concerns for at-risk adults
Researchers say considering safety in the home for older adults, should include air quality, since older adults may spend up to 90 percent of the day indoors and suffer adverse effects from particulate matter in the air.

August 21, 2014
Upstate goes to the New York State Fair
Daily health tips and screenings, plus a free bicycle helmet giveaway, highlight Upstate Medical University's large exhibit at the New York State Fair, which runs through Sept. 1. It's all located in the Science and Technology Building.

August 20, 2014
Upstate Medical University goes to the New York State Fair
Crowd gathers at Upstate Medical University's exhibit at the New York State Fair, where last year 800 bike helmets were handed out. Upstate's Trauma Services staff made sure each child's helmet fit perfectly. This year, Upstate will again offer free bike helmets, Saturday, Aug., 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., or until supplies last. Upstate's fair exhibit is in the Science and Technology Building.

August 20, 2014
Steel rises on site of new academic building
The five-story building will be home to Upstate Medical University's College of Nursing and select programs of Upstate's College of Health Professions.

August 10, 2014
Katie Retires
Katie, a West Highland White Terrier, gets last-moment pets from a patient at Upstate University Hospital.  Katie retired after 13 years of service as a therapy dog, aiding patients in Upstate’s Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation area.  Looking on are Katie’s owner, Linda Martino, and holding Katie is Donna Sims, a recreational therapist.

August 10, 2014
Study looks at interactions between rural setting and the clinical experiences of students
Upstate medical students who trained in rural settings explore, through a special photo research project, how this experience changed their perspectives of medicine and their future practices.

August 10, 2014
Region’s top cancer-fighting technology housed at Upstate Cancer Center
Cancer-fighting technology, not available in the region, such as the VERO Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy System, has a home at the Upstate Cancer Center

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