The scholars will advance two Upstate initiatives—the Program in Genomic Health and the Institute for Precision Medicine.
The scholarship will support work to further cancer research that Kerr and his long-time collaborator Eric Vivier began in 2015.
Upstate’s National Public Health Week activities show how humor can lead to a happier, healthier existence.
Autism Awareness Month kicks off April 2 with a celebration at the Onondaga Tower, 125 East Jefferson St., in Syracuse, featuring puppets from the Open Hand Theater. Last year’s event, above, concluded with the illumination of several downtown buildings in blue light. The event is sponsored by Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital and the Margaret L. Williams Developmental Evaluation Center.