As Long Island’s bays are once again staining red and brown with blooms of algae, scientists from Stony Brook University pitched a plan to Southampton Town officials this week that they say could help municipalities more efficiently focus their dollars on water quality problems to optimize the benefits of every dollar spent.
Two Stony Brook (N.Y.) University School of Nursing professors have been selected for induction as fellows of the American Academy of Nursing. Patricia Bruckenthal, APRN-BC, PhD, and Corrine Jurgens, RN, PhD, ANP-BC, FAHA, are among nursing leaders selected nationally for the AAN’s 2014 Class of Fellows. They will be formally inducted Oct. 18 among a group of 168 nurse leaders at the academy’s annual policy conference in Washington, D.C.
"We need to spend time studying emergent infections with an eye toward developing antimicrobial medications and vaccines," said Dr. Janet Hearing, an associate professor of molecular genetics and microbiology at Stony Brook University’s School of Medicine.
Professor Christopher Gobler and his Stony Brook University Students at the School of Marine Sciences detected some of the highest densities in a decade.
Imam Marghoob, a registered dietician at Stony Brook University, said that studies have shown a growing demand and need for dietary change.
Stony Brook University installed six new charging stations for electric vehicles to its main campus this summer, bringing the number of stations to 10.
Arthur Aron, a psychologist at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, is interested in how people form romantic relationships, and he’s come up with an ingenious way of taking men and women who have never met before and making them feel close to one another
Stony Brook University broke ground recently on the first phase of the new 759-room student housing facility and 60,000-square-foot dining center on John S. Toll Drive, between the Charles B. Wang Center and Mendelsohn Quad.
Jackie Colby is part of the "Empower Spinal Cord Injury" program at Stony Brook University that brings activities as sports back into the lives of those with spinal cord injuries. As CBS 2 reported, the program gives participants the opportunity to surf, kayak, cycle and dance.
Dr. Saul Hymes MD talks to Fox News crew about Ebola in the United States.