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Medical student’s simple request leads to warm response

It started with a simple, two-word compliment. Upstate second-year medical student Shunqing Zhang was volunteering at Ronald McDonald House last summer when he saw a young boy wearing a cap with the logo of the Cleveland Cavaliers professional basketball team. … Continue reading

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Upstate student’s cancer research project makes journal cover

A research project led by Upstate graduate student Stephen Shinsky made the cover of the Oct. 23 Journal of Biological Chemistry and will pave the way for further studies of a protein linked to causing – and possibly treating – cancer. … Continue reading

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Upstate students set the pace at Baldwin runs

Upstate students and alumni – including some very fast ones — were among almost 400 members of the Upstate community who took part in the annual Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund of CNY “A Run for Their Life.” … Continue reading

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Upstate graduate students benefit from ‘Six Weeks’ program

Each summer, soon after a new cohort of students in Upstate’s College of Graduate Studies arrives, they can count on help from fellow students like Angelina Regua. Angelina, who just finished her second year in the Biochemistry & Molecular Biology … Continue reading

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Upstate student part of unique approach to cancer research

Anyone watching Adam Blanden during his presentation at Upstate’s Student Research Day 2015 knew he had so much more to say than he could squeeze into his allotted 15 minutes. Even with that time limit, Adam made it clear he’s … Continue reading

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