Personal, customized, and growth-focused collaboration can allow your business to thrive here at Upstate.
Companies can sponsor research projects at Upstate and partner with our renowned faculty experts on developing new products, processes, services, and more. To learn more about industry-sponsored research opportunities, contact Chris Neville. We can introduce you to researchers working in specialized areas and help get the conversation started.
Upstate Medical University is dedicated to making a positive difference in both our community and the world through research, education and patient care. The Office for Sponsored Programs (OSP) supports this University commitment through excellence in research administration.
The teams in both Pre-Award Services and Post-Award Management and Accounting strive to provide research faculty and staff with subject matter expertise to secure extramural funding and the robust tools required for fiscal management of awards.
The Clinical Trials Office at SUNY Upstate Medical University was established to serve as a resource to investigators, research coordinators and research volunteers, in their participation of clinical trials.
Our goal is to make the clinical trials process more efficient, while helping to grow the research program here at SUNY Upstate Medical University. Participating in clinical trials is one way that we can offer our patients treatment alternatives, and ensure SUNY Upstate remains on the cutting edge for treatment of serious health conditions.
Upstate Medical University's Office of Innovation & Partnerships, a.k.a. Technology Transfer supports Upstate's mission of improving the health of the communities it serves by facilitating the commercialization of healthcare and biomedical research innovations.
Matthew Mroz leads the development, implementation, and management of enterprise-wide technology, business solutions, and programs to advance and track SUNY's progress against new measures of SUNY's economic impact as well as facilitates all intellectual property, commercialization and business development operations across the enterprise.
Upstate's Biotech Accelerator
Central New York Biotech Accelerator (CNYBAC) is an off-campus accelerator serving for-profit startup companies who are actively commercializing a biotech-related product or service. CNYBAC is owned and operated by SUNY Upstate Medical University - the region's only academic medical center and is located off -campus but in close proximity to Syracuse universities and hospitals.