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Upstate’s Psychiatry High Risk Program adds insurers and staff to meet demand

Reviewing patient data over a three-month period, shows therapy is working as hospitalizations, self-harming incidents, depression, and drug use have declined, while days of employment increased.
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Upstate to host national event aimed at getting Native-American students to pursue medical education

Of the 19,254 medical students who graduated from programs across the country last year, only 30 identified as Native American.
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Upstate student is one of 29 nationwide to win honor from the American Society of Hematology

Christina Marcelus, a third-year medical student, has been selected as one of only of 29 students in the nation to participate in the American Society of Hematology’s (ASH) 2018 Minority Medical Stud…
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Upstate researcher is awarded $1.5 million NIH grant to develop novel approach to preventing, treating sepsis

The WHO estimates that sepsis affects more than 30 million people a year around the world, and kills more than 250,000 people in the United States annually.
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Rooftops Newsletter: More of a Good Thing

From time to time in the past, we used this space to report on the progress of the first nine congregate nutrition programs (CNPs) in Georgia that participated in NFESH’s What A Waste program. The re…
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Online-only bachelor of science program in nursing to launch Spring 2019

Applications are now being accepted for this online-only bachelor's of science degree in nursing.
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Researcher is awarded $1.1 million NIH grant to continue studies on enzymes to better understand neurodegenerative diseases

Dr. Patricia Kane is studying how V-ATPases, a type of enzyme, knows where and how to help cells regulate pH.
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Upstate hosts hiring event for registered nurses Sept. 18

Job interviews will be conducted on site, so candidates should bring a resume. Job openings are in pediatrics and other units.
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Mehdi Mollapour is named vice chair for translational reseach for Urology

Mollapour to help enhance research collaborations between basic scientists and surgeons with an aim to increasing translational research.
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Upstate partners with Mercy Flight Central to deliver in-flight care to critically ill or injured kids

These joint team missions, which will be considered for patients located more than an hour from Upstate, take to the skies Sept. 10.
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Mehdi Mollapour, PhD, is named vice chair for translational research for Urology

Mollapour will lead efforts to further enhance translational research in the Department of Urology.
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Physicians group affiliated with Upstate Medical University to open medical complex in Township 5 in Camillus

25,000 square-foot structure will be third-largest building in Township 5 development
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Same-day surgery, radiation treatment option now offered for women with early breast cancer

This revolutionary therapy gives women the option to complete both cancer surgery and radiation treatment at the same time.
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Upstate launches new degree program that will train behavior analysts to help people with autism and related disorders

This new course of study should help fill the gap for trained professionals in Upstate New York, Upstate officials say.
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Upstate showcases services, expertise, offers health screenings at New York State Fair, beginning Aug. 22

On Aug. 31 Upstate will present a 15-foot tall brain that fairgoers can walk through to learn what happens to the brain during a traumatic injury, stroke or concussion.
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