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March 27 - April 2, 2023
Sympathetic and sensory nerve coupling in cancer progression and pain
Kingston Syracuse Pathway Cross-Border Conference on Health Innovation at the Crowne Plaza Syracuse
You can attend all or part of the conference, and the very reasonable early bird rate is offered through March 17. Space is limited; breakfast and lunch are included.
The program is here:
And the registration link is here:
We have 15 speakers contributing. In addition to our Queen’s University counterparts, President Dewan is part of the welcome and Bob Corona, CEO of Upstate University Hospital, and David R. Pichora, president and CEO of Kingston Health Services Center, are among the featured speakers.
The conference is part of the Kingston-Syracuse Pathway, a cross-border economic partnership between business, government and academic institutions from both sides of the border. Of the four such partnerships, the Kingston-Syracuse Pathway is the only one focused on the health and life sciences sectors.
The previous event took place in Ontario, Canada and was well supported by their local faculty and business partners. We hope to do the same for our guests coming to Syracuse.
This year’s conference presents a chance to meet in person with innovative peers. Discussions include medical research, industry collaboration, regenerative medicine and bio-manufacturing.
Charles Ross Student Research Day
Charles Ross Student Research Day is Wednesday, March 29
Over 100 students will participate in the Charles R. Ross Memorial Student Research Day on Wednesday, March 29.
Events will kick off at 1pm in Weiskotten Auditorium 9295.
The event features four student presentations: Rachel Aber, College of Medicine; Christopher Trevisani, College of Medicine; Aya Kobeissi, College of Graduate Studies; Yetunde Kayode, College of Graduate Studies; Arnav Rana, MD/PhD
At 3:00 PM Samuel Mackenzie MD, PhD will give the Keynote Address: "Building a Career in Rare Disease.” Dr. Mackenzie is the Scientific Director at the National Institute of Mental Health. Dr. Mackenzie is an Assistant Professor of Child Neurology, Neuromuscular Disease, and Neuroscience at the University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY, Dr. Mackenzie is an Upstate Medical University Alumnus, Class of 2015.
A student poster session and reception will be held on the Fourth Floor of the New Academic Building 4414 ABC, immediately following the afternoon presentations.
For information contact Shaunna Arnold in the College of Graduate Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org or 464-4547.
Molecular Tumor Markers, Cellular Metabolism and Tumorigenesis
Click here for Zoom Or, go to https://upstate.zoom.us/joinand enter meeting ID: 984 2130 5006 and password: 527378 Join from dial-in phone line: Dial: +1 646 876 9923 or +1 646 931 3860 Meeting ID: 984 2130 5006 Participant ID: Shown after joining the meeting. International numbers available: https://upstate.zoom.us/u/aeGTvdP4iL
The Pre-Clinical Pipeline for VZV Antivirals
SUNY Startup Summer School
Now in its fifth year, SUNY Startup Summer School (S4) is a ten week virtual training program that provides students, faculty, and staff with the knowledge and networks that will enable them to commercialize breakthrough technology.
S4 is a one-stop destination for instructional webinars led by renowned speakers, accelerated Innovation Corps entrepreneurial training by experienced coaches, and proposal development support from experts who specialize in working with researchers and startups. All SUNY students, faculty, staff, startup leaders, and community members with entrepreneurial ambition are encouraged to enroll. S4 runs from June through early August and there is no cost to participate.
Applications are being accepted now through June 2, 2023. Click here to find out more information and to enroll.