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From national TV to community outreach, Poison Center experts are in the spotlight

Upstate New York Poison Center experts are frequently called on to impart their knowledge of substances, including poisons, to various agencies, including law enforcement.

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Upstate researchers tracking infant development and ‘tummy time’

Tummy time, the practice of deliberately placing an infant on its stomach for the purpose of developing physical strength, is considered an important tool for proper development.


A personal injury leads Upstate student to pursue a doctoral degree in physical therapy

College of Health Professions student Tyler Viterise traces his pursuit of a doctoral degree in physical therapy to a devastating football injury in high school.

Get ready for Upstate’s annual Holiday Happening, to be held Tuesday, Dec. 12. Breakfast will be served from 5 to 6 a.m. and an ice cream social will be hosted from 2:30 to 4 p.m. at Cafe 750, Downtown Campus and at the Community Campus Café.