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News Archives of 2011

Upstate vaccinates more than 450 against flu and pneumonia at Christmas Bureau registration clinics

December 22, 2011

Free vaccines are part of Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital study that hopes to reduce barriers to immunizations.

Upstate New York Poison Center issues holiday warnings

December 20, 2011

`Tis the season to be careful. The Upstate New York Poison Center is issuing an alert for families to be aware of potential holiday dangers.

Christmas trees may harbor unwanted presence, study says

December 16, 2011

Upstate Medical University study shows that molds are prevalent in conifers and may be responsible for increase in respiratory illness around the Christmas holiday.

Salvation Army Christmas Bureau registration and immunization

December 16, 2011

Upstate Cancer Center construction Dec. 13, 2011

December 13, 2011

Construction continues at the site of the new Upstate Cancer Center. Expected to open in Fall 2013, the five-story $74 million facility will bring all pediatric and adult outpatient cancer services under one roof. For more on the project, visit www.upstate.edu/cancercenter/.

Upstate faculty member is SUNY Distinguished Professor

December 13, 2011

Christopher E. Turner, Ph.D., professor of cell and developmental biology and a member of the Upstate Cancer Research Institute at Upstate Medical University, has been afforded the State University's highest academic rank as SUNY Distinguished Professor.

Pediatrician pens road map for healthy teens

December 9, 2011

Dying to be Perfect: How Teens Can Stay Happy, Healthy and Alive is a call to arms to combat the powerful societal pressures that threaten the health and well being of young people today.

Upstate Toy Drive runs through Dec. 14

December 9, 2011

The Upstate Toy Drive will collect new toys for local children who need them most through Dec. 14. Collection boxes are located throughout campus. Monetary donations are also accepted. For donation details, visit www.upstate.edu/specialevents/toy_drive.php.

Two Upstate Medical University projects win state economic development funding

December 8, 2011

The Central New York Biotechnology Research Center and Loguen's Crossing development share $5.6 million in state economic development support