The career of Port Jefferson native and Stony Brook University alumna Dawn Zier has zig-zagged from electrical engineer to senior executive to chief executive at Nutrisystem Inc., where she spearheaded a turnaround, leading to the company's acquisition.
Stroke is the most time-sensitive diagnosis in medicine so doctors at Stony Brook Medicine hope their two new state-of-the-art mobile stroke units will increase the likelihood of a patient's full recovery.
Alexander Orlov knows first-hand about the benefits and dangers of technology. A native of the Ukraine, Orlov and his family lived close enough to Chernobyl that the 1986 nuclear power plant disaster forced the family to bring a Geiger counter to the supermarket.
Stony Brook University graduate students Ilana Heckler and Matthew Cifone participated in the Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering program that took place on March 24 through March 27, 2019 in Washington, DC. The program was hosted by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Dr. Andriola is a neurologist who specializes in treating epilepsy with medical marijuana and CBD oil products. She’s been practicing medicine for more than 20 years. Andriola is an expert in illnesses such as epilepsy, seizures, cerebral palsy, CNS demyelination, as well as pseudotumor cerebri. She also specializes in child neurology, pediatric epilepsy and pediatric development. Her special clinical interests include neurophysiology and EEG.