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Erlebacher named president of Syracuse Medical Alumni Association
Fayetteville resident Mark S. Erlebacher, M.D., has been named president of the Syracuse Medical Alumni Association and Foundation of SUNY Upstate Medical University.
Erlebacher is an internist in private practice with an office in Fayetteville and serves as medical director and staff physician at the Jewish Home of Central New York. He also serves as a clinical associate professor in the College of Medicine at SUNYUpstate Medical University and a member of the medical school admissions committee at SUNY Upstate.
Erlebacher received his bachelor’s degree in biology from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1975 and his medical degree from State University of New York Upstate Medical University in 1979.
He completed special studies in hepatology in 1979 at the Royal Free Hospital in London, England, and his residency in internal medicine at the University of Miami Affiliated Hospitals in 1982. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine.
The Syracuse Medical Alumni Association is comprised of 7,500 alumni of Upstate Medical University’s medical and residency programs. Its purpose is to support the goals of SUNY Upstate Medical University and its College of Medicine, to enhance excellence of the educational environment and to promote collegiality among alumni.
The Medical Alumni Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the AlumniAssociation. Gifts to the fund provide scholarships and special programs that benefit students in the College of Medicine. This year, more than 43 percent of alumni have made a gift to the Medical Alumni Foundation.
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