The lives of four people will be connected from now on thanks to a chain of kidney donations. Of those four people is New York Mets legend Ed Kranepool, who was the recipient of a kidney after the wife of a fellow patient donated hers to him.
Plants and animals are eating, living, defecating and dying above the so-called Twilight Zone and their bodies and waste are falling toward the bottom of the ocean. But most of that matter isn’t making it all the way to the ocean floor. That’s where Gordon Taylor, a professor and director of the NAno-RAMAN Molecular Imaging Laboratory comes in.
Ten University students have been recognized by the Department of State’s prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student Program, a highly competitive scholarship opportunity that provides funding for American students to conduct research or teach English in over 140 countries overseas.
Each year, Food Management, a national and widely respected publication that features trends and best practices in the foodservice industry, honors the most innovative operations in the country. This year, the Faculty Student Association (FSA) took the grand prize for Best Convenience Retail Concept for Jasmine Market.
The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) at Stony Brook University recently held its annual Difference You Make Awards and recognition ceremony at the Hilton Garden Inn on campus. Now in its fifth year, this event recognizes retirees, faculty and staff of the College who exemplify excellence in our community.
Frank Darras is a kidney transplant specialist and Professor of Urology who oversees transplantation services. His clinical interests include adult and pediatric kidney transplantation, kidney cancer, kidney stones, adrenal gland diseases, and prostate diseases.