Half Hallow Hills High School West students spent Sunday morning collecting diapers at the ShopRite store in Commack. The donations will go directly to Stony Brook Medicine's Women, Infant and Children Program.
The fifth annual Stony Brook University Southampton Food Lab Conference focused on the Island's crops and seafood, and the record attendance of about 150 people illustrated the interest in local products, said Geoffrey Drummond, Food Lab’s executive director and a longtime producer and director of television food shows.
Long Island hospitals are seeing an increasing number of e-cigarette users with serious lung problems, including two men who nearly died, as federal and state officials ramp up warnings against vaping.
Woodson has received a $274,000 grant from NSF to develop a model to more accurately predict the true expected impacts of research proposals to ensure that only those projects that fulfill the “universal benefit” mandate are funded.
Susan Donelan has a strong clinical expertise in tick-borne infectious diseases such as Lyme Disease and West Nile Virus, hospital-acquired infections, and MRSA. She has an interest in Emerging Infectious Diseases, and her Ebola care plan is adaptable for patients who may have diseases like MERS-CoV and avian influenza. She has certified training in Pandemic Planning and Preparedness, and trained for a week in Anniston Alabama at the Center for Domestic Preparedness, with a certification in Healthcare Leadership and Decision Making. She also wrote the Bioterrorism Preparedness Plan for the hospital.