State University of New York trustees appointed Provost Michael Bernstein as Stony Brook University's interim president Thursday as the search gets underway for a permanent replacement for outgoing President Dr. Samuel L. Stanley Jr. Bernstein will start in the interim post on or about Aug. 1, according to a notice posted on the university's website. SUNY trustees approved his appointment during a public session in Albany.
Brookhaven-based Long Island Community Hospital’s chief executive in an email this week to staff said the hospital is “focusing” on a possible affiliation agreement with Stony Brook University Hospital.
“My guess is that they would go to Phobos unless there was some kind of spacecraft engineering reason not to, because it’s a bigger target and has more gravity,” says Professor Tim Glotch. "Landing there could help us solve the mystery of where these moons come from.”
Dr. Michael Alan Bernstein has been appointed Interim President of Stony Brook University, effective on or about August 1, 2019. Bernstein’s appointment was codified today via a resolution passed during a SUNY Board of Trustees public session.
Destructive cultural stigmas and an urgent need for accurate health information were identified in a groundbreaking study of health-related internet searches originating from Africa. The research team, which included Professor H. Andrew Schwartz, collected and analyzed online search terms from all 54 countries in Africa.
As a board-certified pediatric infectious disease physician, Saul Hymes has experience in all matters relating to infections and their treatment and prevention in children. He has particular expertise, and his research activities center around: antibiotic resistance and the appropriate use of antimicrobials (antibiotic stewardship) in both humans and in animal agriculture; tick-borne infections; and the role of social media in the dissemination of health information, particularly around Lyme disease, vaccines, and antibiotics.