Updated April 16, 2020
Stony Brook Medicine physicians have been in the news sharing their expertise on the coronavirus.
Beyond the Expected, Stony Brook University’s Podcast Series
- The Coronavirus Effect: Telehealth Response
Featuring Kristie Golden, Associate Director of Operations for Stony Brook Medicine; Adam Gonzalez, PhD, Founding Director, Stony Brook University Mind-Body Clinical Research Center; and Cathrine Duffy, Director, Stony Brook University’s Healthier U
- The Coronavirus Effect: Medicine Response
Featuring Carol A. Gomes, CEO, Stony Brook University Hospital, and Joshua Miller, MD, MPH, Assistant Dean for Clinical Integration and Medical Director of Diabetes Care at Stony Brook Medicine
- The Coronavirus Effect
Featuring Sharon Nachman MD, Chief, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases; Stacey Finkelstein, PhD, Associate Professor of Business; and Nancy Tomes, PhD, Professor of History
Susan Donelan, MD, Medical Director of Healthcare Epidemiology at Stony Brook Medicine
Dr. Donelan answers questions on epidemiology and infectious diseases.
Dr. Donelan answers frequently asked questions about the coronavirus.
Dr. Donelan is featured on a special coronavirus Q&A.
- WSHU Public Radio
Dr. Donelan discusses the do’s and don’ts for staying healthy … and where to find help when you need it.
Bettina Fries, MD, Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases
- ESPN Radio (98.7 FM)
Dr. Fries provides facts on coronavirus, including its effect on the world of sports.
- LI News Radio
Dr. Fries discusses the impact the coronavirus is having on Long Island and globally.
Sharon Nachman MD, Chief, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases
- Stony Brook’s Beyond the Expected podcast
To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate
Dr. Nachman discusses the spread of coronavirus.
Dr. Nachman discusses the rise of the coronavirus.
- 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)
Dr. Nachman provides an overview of the 2019 novel coronavirus.
Adam J. Singer, MD, Eric J. Morley, MD, and Mark C. Henry, MD, Department of Emergency Medicine
- New England Journal of Medicine
Stony Brook University Hospital Emergency Department physicians share insights on COVID-19 and recommend emergency surge/triage approach.