Psychotherapy pioneered at Upstate earns listing on National Registry of Evidenced-based Practices and Programs

Dr. Robert Gregory, who developed Dynamic Deconstructive Psychotherapy, says its listing on register could lead to greater awareness of treatment and its effectiveness.

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Robert Corona Jr., DO, returns to Upstate to lead Department of Pathology

Dr. Robert Corona Jr. named the John B. Henry Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Upstate.


Syracuse hospitals join in celebration of Donate Life Month April 25

The celebration will create greater awareness of the need for organ, eye and tissue donations and will encourage people to register as donors.

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Hall of Fame bowler and stroke survivor Mark Roth to appear at Strikes Against Stroke May 6

Roth, a four-time PBA Player of the Year, will sign autographs and speak about being a stroke survivor.

Nobel laureate Aaron Ciechanover, MD, DSc, right, visited the Upstate Medical University campus April 16 and 17 to deliver a public lecture and meet with Upstate faculty, students and community leaders. Dr. Ciechanover shared the 2004 Novel Prize in chemistry with two colleagues for their discovery of ubiquitin-mediated protein degradation that revolutionized today’s approach to treating cancer. The discovery also created new pathways to develop more effective therapies for neurodegenerative disorders and other genetic diseases. Dr. Ciechanover’s visit was hosted by Steven Goodman, PhD, dean of Upstate’s College of Graduate Studies and vice president for research. Above, from left, are David R. Smith, MD, president of Upstate; David Duggan, MD, interim dean of the College of Medicine; Dr. Goodman; and Dr. Ciechanover.