On a rainy Thursday outside Stony Brook University’s Staller Center, Dr. Janice Coleman stood chatting with Dr. Annie Darves, both of them resplendent in black gowns and green and blue velvet graduate hoods.A beaming Darves, 27, of Albany, had just graduated from Stony Brook School of Medicine, and Coleman, 64, an obstetrician-gynecologist who grew up in East Elmhurst and lives in Columbia, South Carolina, was on hand for her 40th reunion as one of the first 18 graduates of Stony Brook’s then brand-new medical school.
The Stony Brook University School of Medicine recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of its first graduating class.
The members of the Suffolk County Volunteer Firefighters Burn Center Fund honored the hard work, skill and devotion of the staff of the Suffolk County Volunteer Firefighters Burn Center at Stony Brook Medicine at the Annual Burn Center Recognition Day on May 18. The day also celebrated and acknowledged the patients who were treated at the Center and so bravely overcame their life-altering injuries.
That money will be used to establish the Kavita and Lalit Bahl Molecular Imaging Laboratory at Stony Brook Medicine.
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stony brook university’s school of medicine is celebrating a special milestone. today the school marked its 40th anniversary. it was in may 1974 – when 18 students – including six women received their medical degrees from the new program. officials say over the last 40 years the school has stayed on the cutting edge of medicine. "Stony brook medicine has a little bit of a counter culture medical school and we still contain those elements. we’re building, we’re growing but we continue to reexamine ourselves." today 129 students graduated from stony brook’s school of medicine.
Hypertension is estimated to affect more than 50 million Americans and is the leading causes of cardiovascular disease, end-stage renal disease, and cerebrovascular accidents. And although it is more common in adults, hypertension affects nearly 5 percent of the pediatric population. For High Blood Pressure Awareness Month, Dr. Robert Woroniecki, Division Chief of Pediatric Nephrology and Hypertension, Stony Brook Children’s Hospital and Dr. Katarina Supe-Markovina, Director of the new Pediatric Hypertension Center, Stony Brook Children’s Hospital, are shedding some light on a growing health problem among our country’s youth.
Hundreds of veterans coming back from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are falling ill and many are dying of what’s being called the new "Agent Orange": open air burn pits.
The State University of New York’s (SUNY) Stony Brook will establish the Bahl Molecular Imaging Laboratory at Stony Brook Medicine, made possible by an enormous $3.5 million endowment given by Kavita and Lalit Bahl of Stony Brook, New York.
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