Rounds of testing in late 2018 revealed that Danielle Santilli, 33, had a 5-millimeter wide-necked aneurysm. Doctors at Stony Brook Medicine said she was the perfect candidate for the Woven EndoBridge, or WEB, procedure instead of having open-brain surgery.
Celebrating Black History Month can be tricky for college dining programs. Food and culture are linked so closely, it’s possible to find complex roots within a single dish, tracing the story of migrations and pathways that have survived centuries. That relationship was explored during a flavor-forward kickoff event for Black History Month at Stony Brook University.
The Center for Civic Justice has been recognized with a National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) award, an invitation to the Harvard Institute of Politics,and for its students’ role in making New York State voting more accessible.
One guest is a “serial entrepreneur” with a background and pedigree in traditional journalism; the other is an award-winning marketing guru who has spearheaded some of the industry’s largest global marketing campaigns across digital, mobile, television, print, and experiential platforms.
Dr. Sasson is a surgical oncologist specializing in the treatment of gastrointestinal malignancies. He has a special interest in pancreatic cancers, with focus on early detection, screening, surgical management, and adjuvant therapy. His surgical experience with upper gastrointestinal disease includes both traditional open techniques as well as more advanced minimally invasive approaches. His research interests include the utilization of blood tests to help detect pancreatic cancer early, ways to stratify risk for pancreatic cystic lesions, and development of a screening program for pancreatic cancer.