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Dubansky, Freedman elected to leadership posts in SUNY Upstate faculty organization
A. Stephen Dubansky, M.D., and Jeffrey C. Freedman, Ph.D., have been elected to serve three-year terms as faculty senator and alternate faculty senator, respectively, for SUNY Upstate Medical University’s Faculty Organization.Dubansky, of Fayetteville, is associate professor of pediatrics hematology/oncology. He joined SUNY Upstate in 1984. He serves as director of the Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center, member and interviewer for the Medical School Admissions Committee, and a member of the Medical College Assembly Executive Committee, the Pediatric Residency Committee and the American Society of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and founder of the Upstate Pediatric Hematology Group, a consortium of pediatric hematology centers in Syracuse, Rochester, Albany and Buffalo.Freedman, is associate professor of neuroscience and physiology in the colleges of Medicine and Graduate Studies. He joined the SUNY Upstate faculty in 1979 and has served as chair of the Graduate Faculty Organization, member of the Graduate Council and of the Council of the Faculty Organization, chair of the Educational Policies Committee, and currently serves as the chair of the Medical College Assembly.Faculty senators represent SUNY Upstate faculty at the meetings of the SUNY University Faculty Senate, comprised of elected representatives from all SUNY campuses.
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