Three women physicians faced discrimination of many kinds. These powerful pioneers, Sharon Brangman, Patricia Neumann, and Ruth Winsock, created programs that earned the highest levels of national distinction and acclaim. Their stories and what we can learn from them are the focus of Triple Triumph.
Lopo de Mello, born in Sao Paulo, Brazil in 1890, graduated from the Syracuse University College of Medicine in 1916 and practiced in New York State. He traveled to Brazil, Paris & El Salvador to conduct research on syphilis and immunology.
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Health Sciences Library News
Therapy Dog Thursday for October 2017 - October 3, 2017 - Come visit our therapy dogs! When: Thursday, 10/5 Time: 11:30am-1:00pm Where: Health Sciences Library (1st floor Weiskotten Hall) We have changed our monthly schedule to the first Thursday of the month to better accomodate you. A special thanks to Pet Partners (www.petpartners.org) for sharing your therapy dogs with the Upstate Community.
Renovations Update – 9/25/17 - September 25, 2017 - Continued Demolition at the Library For the week of Monday, 9/25/17, demolition will begin to knock down first floor brick walls behind the safety walls. Noise levels will increase. There is no set end date for this phase of work, but it is expected to take awhile. Please take advantage of our silent study rooms on [...]
Construction Update – 9/12/17 - September 12, 2017 - Construction continues at the Health Sciences Library, as the University works to build the Simulation Center downstairs. Because of the construction, we have had to make the following changes to the Library Safety walls are being constructed on both sides of the first floor staircase: The walls have been constructed to contain dust and to [...]