They’re here. New students arrive for orientation, and the semester begins

Arrival on campus brings a busy orientation schedule and a “Taste of Syracuse.”


Busy summer of job shadowing at Upstate, includes students from Hamilton College

Students were awed by the dedication and compassion of hospital staff, especially nurses.


Upstate trauma surgeons opt for ‘damage control surgery’

Technique allows surgeons to stop the bleeding and control the immediate emergency, but wait on doing definitive repairs right away.

Jane Charlamb, MD, and Michele Dwyer, RN, of Upstate’s Breastfeeding Medicine Program on set of NewsChannel 9’s Bridge Street program to talk about how the program can support mothers who wish to breastfeed. From left, are Bridge Street hosts Sistina Giordano and TeNesha Murphy, Charlamb and Dwyer. The program aired last week during World Breastfeeding Awareness Week. Both Charlamb and Dwyer are International Board Certified Lactation Consultants.