By increasing the number of citizens who vote, we can enhance the health and tenor of our civic life. Supporting full participation in national elections is not a partisan goal. The key is to support all voters' participation in all elections.
New and rebuilt Suffolk County roads will have to be resilient because of the effects of climate change. The Suffolk County Legislature approved a bill this month that requires the county department of public works to take sea level rise into consideration when planning major roadwork to alleviate flooding and prevent future damage
Learn from Stony Brook Medicine experts as they share the latest information, research and thinking about the topics that concern women most at Women’s Health Day on Saturday, September 28, from 8:30 am to 2 pm at Advanced Specialty Care in Commack.
Stony Brook’s Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Psychiatry are teaming up with the NIH on a $4.3 million research grant to develop treatments that can potentially arrest and reverse memory loss in Alzheimer’s sufferers.
A $1.14 million grant from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to research 3D computational pathology has been awarded to a team led by Fusheng Wang, associate professor in the Departments of Biomedical Informatics and Computer Science.
María Pérez-Urdiales is a Lecturer at the Department of Economics at Stony Brook University. Her research focuses on Environmental Economics, especially the design of residential water demand side policies in the context of drought emergencies. Besides her academic research, she has also worked on policy-oriented projects with Think Tanks and Public Agencies in California.