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Image Gallery: 2019

U.S. Sen. Schumer urges more research into why MS rates in CNY are so high
Cutting the cake in celebration of 10th birthday at Upstate Golisano/
Participants in Upstate's Day of Service
Chancellor Johnson at the New York State Fair
New York state Sen. Rachel May visits Upstate Medical University.
Miracle Champion, outside the children's hospital.
Interim President Dewan speaks at a SUNY symposium
Young Noah in the garden at Golisano
Ilijah Barron, a patient at Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital, stands with his classmates at a senior ball they created for him Saturday, June 19 with the help of his mother, Nelisha.
Kathleen Tamer rings the Cancer Survivor's Bell at the celebration honoring more than a quarter-century of care of Upstate Cancer Center at Oneida. Tamer, was originally treated for Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. She has been cancer free for 13 years.
Students are in a celebratory mood after graduation.
Upstate hosts 10th Strikes Against Stroke event.
Officials celebrate kick butts day
Super Hero Day at Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital found nurses and techs in the Hematology/Oncology Unit wearing appropriate attire.
Upstate photo of participants in 2019 Heart Walk
GCH team at St Pats parade
Puck drop at Crunch game
Winter at Weiskotten
Forstbite announcement


Foliage at Weiskotten
A brilliant sunset in Syracuse as seen recently from the Upstate Medical University campus.
At chiefs game
Onondaga County Sheriff's Office Lieutenant Christopher Koeppe and Sergeant Jon Seeber present Sarai, an Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital patient, an official sheriff's badge at the second-annual Onondaga County Sheriff's Pizza Party
Interim CEO of Upstate University Hospital Robert Corona, DO, MBA, is joined by members of the Comprehensive Stroke Center team to present the certificate recertifying Upstate as a Comprehensive Stroke Center.
Employees from the Upstate Pharmacy Services donated $1,036 to the recent Upstate Foundation¿s Radiothon for Kids, a fundraiser to support Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital. (March 21)
Medical students go red to support national Go Red Day.
Tammy Austin-Ketch, PhD, FNP, BC, FAANP, right, on her first day as deanof the College of Nursing Jan. 16, visits with Upstate Medical University President and HealthSystem CEO Danielle Laraque-Arena, MD, FAAP.


Upstate Cancer Center's Leslie Kohman, MD, right, shows off some of the Upstate Cancer Center's cancer-fighting technology to New York State Sen. Patty Ritchie, who visited the Upstate Medical University campus Nov. 28.
Janelle Haynes, a second-year medical student, uses a classroom whiteboard to take notes for her upcoming nuerosciences exam.
Volunteers fill another truck load of bottles and cans dropped off at DestinyUSA for the Cans for Cancer drive Oct. 23.
More than 155 Upstate Medical University students, employees and volunteers participated in Upstate's Day of Service and Remembrance outreach activities Sept. 10.
Students recite the Oath of the Health Professions during the White Coat Ceremony for students pursuing studies in the allied health fields, among them physical therapy, medical imaging, radiation and respiratory therapy.
Dazzle Gifts on the Hill is the new gift shop at the Upstate Community Campus, which officially opened Aug. 3.
Upstate Medical University, the region's largest employer, celebrated employment milestones of more than 1,000 employees June 15 at its annual Employee Recognition Day event.
Leslie J. Kohman, MD, director of outreach for the Upstate Cancer Center and a board member with American Cancer Society speaks during World No Tobacco Day about the devastating effects of smoking.
Students in the College of Nursing go over the last-minute details about academic garb, before the college's Commencement ceremonies.
Members of the Upstate's Comprehensive Stroke Center and EMS partners stand in the field at NBT Bank Stadium during Syracuse Chiefs Strike Out Stroke Night.
Matilda Cuomo, who serves as chair of the New York State Mentoring Program, visitedSyracuse to meet with community leaders, educators and mentors.
The Eastern redbud trees are out in force on the grounds of Upstate's Campus Activities Building.
U.S. Rep John Katko speaks at a press conference in support of Upstate Medical University's new high risk psychiatric program for youth and young adults at risk for suicide March 6.
Staff from the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University brightened Valentine's Day for patients at Upstate Golisano with a red heart-shaped balloons.
Many employees across campus wore red today to celebrate Go Red Day to raise awareness of heart disease and heart health. This trio was found outside the Office of the President.
In celebration of Martin Luther King Day, Upstate Medical University students make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to be donated to the Rescue Mission, Samaritan Center and Meals on Wheels.