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  1. Dr. Kristopher Paolino on National Public Radio discussing Lyme disease and the Clinical Trial for ages 12-17

    Check out another important conversation with Dr. Paolino from SUNY Upstate Medical.

  2. Dr. Kristopher Paolino discusses Lyme Vaccine Trial ages 12-17 on Local News!

    Something to learn more about and make a difference.

  3. Check out Dr. Stephen Thomas on News Channel 9!!

    Watch and Listen as Dr. Stephen Thomas discusses COVID-19 and the Lyme Vaccine Trial that SUNY Upstate Global Health is doing for ages 12-17.

  4. Teens sought out for Lyme Vaccine Study

    Kids and teens can help test a vaccine against Lyme disease that is being studied in a clinical trial in Syracuse. Kristopher Paolino, MD, leads that study and explains how it will be conducted. He’s an assistant professor of medicine and of microbiology and immunology at Upstate, and he specializes in Lyme and other tick-borne…

  5. Upstate seeking participants for a pediatric Lyme disease vaccine clinical trial

    Look at this article from Upstate Online

  6. Upstate Medical seeking 100 teens to participate in Lyme disease vaccine clinical trial

    Check out this article from

  7. Warmer weather means ticks are back: How to prevent getting bit this spring

    Check out Dr. Stephen Thomas discussing Lyme Disease on News Channel 9

  8. Check out the Latest Podcast from SUNY Upstate’s Health Link on the Air

    Microbiologist and researcher Saravanan Thangamani, PhD, explains the dangers of ticks that carry multiple disease-causing agents.

  9. Upstate will launch a Multidisciplinary Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Treatment Center

    Upstate Medical University will launch a Multidisciplinary Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Treatment Center, thanks to a federal grant secured by Upstate’s federal delegation, U.S. Sens. Schumer, Gillibrand and Rep Katko.

  10. Story-time with Santa

    Dr. Stephen Thomas reads “Pete the Cat’s 12 Groovy Days of Christmas” by James Dean and Kimberly Dean. From all of us at the Institute for Global Health and Translational Science we hope you have a safe, joyous and great holiday season.