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  •  HONORED FOR HIS ‘GLOBAL VAST’ CONTRIBUTION: Shawky Badawy, MD, professor and former chair of the department of obstetrics and gynecology, was honored by the Egyptian Fertility and Sterility Society for his “global vast contribution in the field of infertility and your support of the society.” Badawy was recognized at the society’s Silver Jubilee in November at the Annual International Conference of the Egyptian Fertility and Sterility Society. Badawy has been a member of the Upstate faculty since 1973.
    HONORED FOR HIS ‘GLOBAL VAST’ CONTRIBUTION: Shawky Badawy, MD, professor and former chair of the department of obstetrics and gynecology, was honored by the Egyptian Fertility and Sterility Society for his “global vast contribution in the field of infertility and your support of the society.” Badawy was recognized at the society’s Silver Jubilee in November at the Annual International Conference of the Egyptian Fertility and Sterility Society. Badawy has been a member of the Upstate faculty since 1973.
  • Dr Jarrod Bagatell, director of student and employee health, takes a taste of vegan chili during Upstate Medical University's Meatless Monday tasting. Every second Monday of the month, Upstate will offer a sampling of a meatless entree.  Upstate's cafeterias provide a numerous meatless, vegan and vegetarian options every day.
    Dr Jarrod Bagatell, director of student and employee health, takes a taste of vegan chili during Upstate Medical University's Meatless Monday tasting. Every second Monday of the month, Upstate will offer a sampling of a meatless entree.Upstate's cafeterias provide a numerous meatless, vegan and vegetarian options every day.
  • U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, speaking on the Upstate Medical University campus, urges federal officials to work with Upstate Medical researchers to find out why rates of multiple sclerosis in Central New York are among the highest in nation.
    U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, speaking on the Upstate Medical University campus, urges federal officials to work with Upstate Medical researchers to find out why rates of multiple sclerosis in Central New York are among the highest in nation.

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