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September 24, 2002
Doretta Royer 315 464-4833

SUNY Upstate honors 22 individuals with service awards

SUNY Upstate Medical University present 22 individuals with achievement awards at its Fall Faculty Convocation Wednesday, Sept. 18. Bristol Myers Squibb Co. will be honored for excellence in philanthropic service.

The following individuals will be honored at convocation:

  • William J. Williams, M.D., of Jamesville, dean of the College of Medicine and the Edward C. Reifenstein Professor, will receive the SUNY Distinguished Service Professor Award.
  • Daniel Hurley of DeWitt, director of government and community relations, will receive the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service.
  • James L. Greenwald, M.D., of Syracuse, associate professor in the Department of Family Medicine, will receive the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
  • Jose Jalife, M.D., of Manlius, professor and chair of the Department of Pharmacology, will receive the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activities.
  • Robert B. Barlow, Ph.D., of Manlius, professor of ophthalmology and director of the Center for Vision Research, will receive the President’s Award for Excellence and Leadership in Research.
  • David M. Gilbert, Ph.D., of Manlius, associate professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, will receive the President’s Award for Excellence in Research by a Young Investigator.
  • Susan B. Stearns, Ph.D., of Syracuse, associate professor in the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, will receive the President’s Award for Advancement of Affirmative Action.
  • James A. Capodagli of Cicero, associate librarian and director of Health Information Center, will receive the President’s Award for Excellence in Library Science.
  • Oliver M. Brown, Ph.D., of LaFayette, associate professor of pharmacology, will receive the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
  • Robert K. Kanter, M.D., of Syracuse, associate professor of pediatrics and director of the Division of Critical Care and inpatient pediatrics, will receive a President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching
  • Joseph G. Sorbello of Camillus, associate professor and assistant chair of the Department of Cardiorespiratory Sciences in the College of Health Professions, will receive a President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
  • Virginia L. Cronin of Syracuse, assistant professor in the College of Nursing, will receive a President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
  • Saeed A. Bajwa, M.D., of Endicott, clinical professor and program director of neurosurgery at the Clinical Campus at Binghamton, will receive a President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
  • Brant E. Ford of Fabius, a physician’s assistant in the Department of Surgery, will receive the President’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service.
  • Leslie J. Kohman, M.D., of Syracuse, professor of surgery and director of the Thoracic Oncology Program, will receive the President’s Award for Excellence in Faculty Service.
  • Linda Nicolette, M.D., of Baldwinsville, clinical assistant professor of surgery and pediatrics, will receive a President’s Award for Voluntary Faculty Service.
  • Barbara M. Kane of Cicero, clinical instructor in the College of Nursing, will receive a President’s Award for Voluntary Faculty Service.
  • Nadine Y. Bartholoma of Liverpool, adjunct instructor in the Clinical Laboratory Science Program in the College of Health Professions and coordinator of the Virology, Microbiology Laboratory at University Hospital, will receive a President’s Award for Voluntary Faculty Service.
  • Jeffrey A. Marsh, M.D., of Binghamton, clinical assistant professor, will receive a President’s Award for Voluntary Faculty Service.
  • Michael R. O’Leary, MD, of Manlius, medical director of Laboratory Alliance of Central New York and director of laboratories at Community General Hospital Laboratory Alliance of CNY, will receive a President’s Award for Excellence in Philanthropic Service.
  • Colleen O’Leary, M.D., of Manlius, associate professor of anesthesiology and chief medical officer for perioperative services in the Department of Anesthesiology, will receive a President’s Award for Excellence in Philanthropic Service.
  • Robert B. King, M.D., of Fayetteville, Distinguished Service Professor in Neurosurgery, will receive the President’s Award for Distinguished Service.

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