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Upstate Online, May 10, 2024

HONORARY DOCTORATES: Receiving honorary degrees at Upstate’s Commencement May 5 are, from left, Jose Jalife, MD, PhD, of the University of Michigan and the Spanish National Center for Cardiovascular Research, and Nader Rifai, PhD, of Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital, with Upstate President Mantosh Dewan, MD. Jalife and Nadir were honored for their lifelong work in medicine, especially their research on cardiac arrhythmias (Jalife) and biomarkers of cardiovascular disease (Rifai).

HONORARY DOCTORATES: Receiving honorary degrees at Upstate’s Commencement May 5 are, from left, Jose Jalife, MD, PhD, of the University of Michigan and the Spanish National Center for Cardiovascular Research, and Nader Rifai, PhD, of Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital, with Upstate President Mantosh Dewan, MD. Jalife and Nadir were honored for their lifelong work in medicine, especially their research on cardiac arrhythmias (Jalife) and biomarkers of cardiovascular disease (Rifai).


Project allows decision makers to get to know workers, understand the system challenges, and celebrate successes.

Public Health class Photovoice project helps tell story of Environmental Services employees

Project allows decision makers to get to know workers, understand the system challenges, and celebrate successes.


Article published earlier this year in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine defines a level of silicosis (called accelerated silicosis) that can evade detection through usual diagnostic measures.

With reports of accelerated and acute silicosis on the rise, Upstate researchers re-examine data of ill Texas sandblasters from nearly 40 years ago and find answers

Article published earlier this year in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine defines a level of silicosis (called accelerated silicosis) that can evade detection through usual diagnostic measures.


The honor from the BrightFocus Foundation recognizes "exceptionally promising and forward-thinking ideas in the field of glaucoma research."

Samuel Herberg wins national research award for his work on glaucoma

The honor from the BrightFocus Foundation recognizes "exceptionally promising and forward-thinking ideas in the field of glaucoma research."

SIM CENTER VISIT: Henninger High School students visit Upstate’s Simulation Center to learn about jobs in health care simulation. The students took part in three programs, Stop the Bleed, Moulage Magic and Immersive Simulation. The May 8 visit was sponsored by Manufacturers Association of Central New York.

SIM CENTER VISIT: Henninger High School students visit Upstate’s Simulation Center to learn about jobs in health care simulation. The students took part in three programs, Stop the Bleed, Moulage Magic and Immersive Simulation. The May 8 visit was sponsored by Manufacturers Association of Central New York.

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