Struggles with infertility can take an emotional toll. But a new study by Prof. Marci Lobel finds the stress that a woman often experiences during infertility treatment won't limit her chances of success.
Nine women from Brookhaven Lab—eight employees and one Lab contractor—attended the University’s inaugural “Women in STEM Leadership Program” to study leadership techniques, build skills and expand their professional networks.
Twenty-one University researchers attended SUNY DoD DC DAY, an exclusive and interactive networking event that brought together SUNY researchers to meet with 25 senior leaders and program managers from the Department of Defense.
An international team of scientists including SoMAS Prof. Jackie Collier, PhD, is investigating how to genetically manipulate a variety of marine protists to develop new experimental models that may help to advance scientific understanding.
Computer Science Prof. Klaus Mueller will serve as the next Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics(TVCG) — the preeminent publication in the field of visual computing.
Susan Donelan has a strong clinical expertise in Lyme disease, 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.