One team of health care workers is on a mission. They're trying to make sure every woman on Long Island, 40 and older, who needs a mammogram has easy and convenient access to it. And no prescription is needed.
Some students know it as a scenic shortcut from the Main Campus to South Campus and back. Others use it as a “living laboratory” to study its geographical features and learn about its rich plant and animal life. For the whole community, it’s a place of enduring natural beauty.
The Artists as Innovators — Celebrating Three Decades of New York State Council on the Arts/New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowships — exhibition will be on display at Staller Center’s Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery from October 26 through December 14. It will re-open January 26 and continue through February 20, 2020.
On Thursday evening, October 17, Stony Brook University is sponsoring a free Mental Health Comedy Tour that features standup comedy from professional comedians who suffer from serious mental health issues.
Jules Cohen is a medical oncologist specializing in the use of hormonal treatments and chemotherapy for women with breast cancer. He has a particular interest in developing second-generation PET scans to improve early detection, monitoring and the treatment of breast cancer. In addition, he is studying chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairment (aka “chemobrain”) with the hope of developing novel treatments to prevent this unfortunate side effect. He is involved in the educational efforts of Stony Brook Medicine and contributes to clinical and didactic teaching of medical students, residents in internal medicine, and fellows in hematology and medical oncology.