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Upstate Online, Aug. 5, 2022

Five-year pact promises joint biomedical, health systems research

Upstate, Binghamton’s Watson College agree to closer collaborations

Five-year pact promises joint biomedical, health systems research


Marie Bechler, PhD, is one of 13 investigators across the United States, who received the prestigious award, given out to “highly promising, early career scientists” to support research that may “lead to a better understanding of neurological and psychiatric disorders.”

Upstate researcher receives prestigious award, named 2022 Klingenstein-Simons Fellow

Marie Bechler, PhD, is one of 13 investigators across the United States, who received the prestigious award, given out to “highly promising, early career scientists” to support research that may “lead to a better understanding of neurological and psychiatric disorders.”


In Kenya, the Upstate team engages in bedside clinical teaching and case-based learning

Educational exchange program in Kenya restarts after Covid interruption

In Kenya, the Upstate team engages in bedside clinical teaching and case-based learning


Celebrating the creativity of children, the exhibition features art submitted by employees connected with the Upstate Cancer Center.

Upstate Cancer Center hosts 'Kids Against Cancer' art exhibit

Celebrating the creativity of children, the exhibition features art submitted by employees connected with the Upstate Cancer Center.


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CLASS PORTRAIT: The first class of Syracuse City School District students enrolled in Upstate’s Jump into Health Care program pose for a portrait in the Weiskotten Hall courtyard. The monthlong program introduced the students to various health care careers and provided opportunities to strengthen their research and presentation sills. The students were supported throughout the program by College of Heath Professions’s Dean Katherine Beissner and students from the Norton College of Medicine.

CLASS PORTRAIT: The first class of Syracuse City School District students enrolled in Upstate’s Jump into Health Care program pose for a portrait in the Weiskotten Hall courtyard. The monthlong program introduced the students to various health care careers and provided opportunities to strengthen their research and presentation sills. The students were supported throughout the program by College of Heath Professions’s Dean Katherine Beissner and students from the Norton College of Medicine.

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