A Suffolk County police officer critically injured in a hit-and-run last month is taking a major step towards recovery.
Stony Brook University has invited the Calidore String Quartet, a chamber music group that was formed at the Colburn Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles in 2010, to be artists-in-residence and visiting faculty through the end of the 2015-16 academic year, giving the young musicians a home base to hone their craft and teach others to do the same.
A Suffolk County Police officer injured by a hit-and-run driver has left the hospital. Nicholas Guerrero is heading to a rehabilitation center to recover. Guerrero was seriously injured after being struck while trying to stop a stolen SUV in Huntington.
Former L.T. Governor of New York Betsy McCaughey and Assistant Professor of Pediatric Infectious Disease at Stonybrook University Dr. Saul Hymes discuss the second Ebola patient’s getting transported from Dallas and the response to the outbreak.
Now, more than four decades after that initial U.S. visit, the current North American tour brings the troupe back to the United States. More specifically, to SBU’s Center Saturday night
Access to supportive care plays a big part in whether a person will survive the fight against the Ebola virus, said Dr. Saul Hymes, a pediatric infectious-disease specialist at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital in New York.
According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer is found in about 1 in every 3,000 pregnant women. It’s also the most common type of cancer found during pregnancy, breastfeeding and within the first year of delivery.
When LIBN sat down with Dr. Samuel Stanley in October 2009, he’d barely settled into the president’s office at Stony Brook University. Five years later, he’s helped the East Setauket school build a national reputation for athletic and academic excellence, and drawn attention to its groundbreaking research; now Stanley is focusing on graduation rates.
News 12 separates the fact from the fiction and tries to answer some of the questions concerning residents.
Tucked on the fringes of Kingsborough College’s campus in Brooklyn’s Manhattan Beach, walled off from the corner of a computer lab, sits a small room about 10 feet square. But inside isn’t the usual jumble of printers, monitors and cables. Instead, the space houses neatly stacked food essentials–from tuna fish, pasta and peanut butter to juice, milk and canned fruits and vegetables.