News Archives of 2008
SUNY Upstate celebrates Black History Month with February events
January 25, 2008
SYRACUSE, N.Y. SUNY Upstate Medical University will celebrate Black History Month with the following free public events in February:
State funds new stem cell imaging system to bolster disease prevention research
January 18, 2008
More than $450,000 in state and institutional funding will create new laboratory at SUNY Upstate for stem cell research into new treatments and therapies for a range of debilitating and life-threatening diseases
Two SUNY Upstate vision research studies attract more than $2.8 million in NIH funding
January 10, 2008
Studies will shed new light on the role genetic mutations play in retinal degeneration and blindness and create a map of the genetic network of eye formation.
SUNY Upstate applauds governor's initiative to grow education, strengthen healthcare
January 9, 2008
David R. Smith, M.D., said the Higher Education Endowment, proposed by Gov. Spitzer in the State of the State address, will give education in New York a strong foundation to accelerate aspirations of enhanced excellence.