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ALS Centers at-home monitoring program, launched during pandemic, wins funding to expand a…
ALS Centers at-home monitoring program, launched during pandemic, wins funding to expand and further assess benefits
August 11, 2022

As part of study, center hopes to monitor up to 100 patients to further assess benefits of the at-home monitoring.

Upstate researcher receives prestigious award, named 2022 Klingenstein-Simons Fellow
Upstate researcher receives prestigious award, named 2022 Klingenstein-Simons Fellow
August 04, 2022

Marie Bechler, PhD, is one of 13 investigators across the United States who received the prestigious award, given to highly promising, early career scientists to support research that may "lead to a better understanding of neurological and psychiatric disorders.

Upstate, Binghamtons Watson College agree to closer collaborations
Upstate, Binghamtons Watson College agree to closer collaborations
July 29, 2022

Five-year pact promises joint biomedical, health systems research.

Upstates newest Empire Scholar to focus on Alzheimers treatment
Upstates newest Empire Scholar to focus on Alzheimers treatment
July 28, 2022

Computational neuroscientist Chris Gaiteri brings his expertise in computation and biology to studying Alzheimers disease to Upstate