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Michael L. Pearl, MD, FACOG, FACS, FAAHPM, Professor, Division of Gynecological Oncology; Vice Chairman, Research and Faculty Development; Director, Women's Cancer Services, Stony Brook Cancer Center; Medical Director, Cancer Center Clinical Trials Office
print icon  Collaborative Approach Helps Women at High Risk for Cancer
audio icon Cervical Cancer: Prevention, Detection and Treatment
audio icon The Importance of a Gynecologic Oncologist
audio icon What You Need to Know About Prevention, Early Detection and Treatment of Cervical Cancer
audio icon What Women Need to Know About Ovarian Cancer
audio icon How Cancer Clinical Trials Are Beneficial to Everyone
audio icon The Benefits of Cancer Immunotherapy Clinical Trials
Courtney Pendleton, MD, Neurosurgeon, Stony Brook Neurosciences Institute
print Why do I have a constant prickly-tingly feeling in my arm?
James Penna, MD, Assistant Professor, Orthopaedics
print What You Should Know About Preventing Children's Sports Injuries
Rahman Pourmand, MD, Director, ALS Comprehensive Care Clinic
print What Should You Know About ALS?
Thomas Preston, PhD, Neuropsychologist, Director, Neuropsychology Services
print What Every Parent Should Know About Our Neuropsychology Services
Aurora Pryor, MD, Director, Bariatric and Metabolic Weight Loss Center
print Shaping the Future of Obesity Treatment
print What You Should Know About Bariatric Surgery
print What You Should Know About Diabetes and Obesity
Robert Pyo, MD, Director, Interventional Cardiology; Medical Director, Structural Heart Program; Associate Professor, Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University
print Timing is Everything When It Comes to Your Heart 
print You’ve Been Told You Need a Cardiac Cath Procedure. Now What?
Gerald Quirk, MD, PhD, Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Medicine
print icon Leading the Fight Against Premature Births
Sritha Rajupet, MD, MPH, Director, Post-COVID Clinic, Vice Chair of Clinical Affairs, Department of Family, Population & Preventive Medicine, Stony Brook Medicine
video icon Still experiencing symptoms after a COVID-19 diagnosis?
Eric J. Rashba, MD, Professor of Medicine, Director, Heart Rhythm Center
video icon Is the New, Smaller Pacemaker Right for You?
video icon What You Should Know About Atrial Fibrillation
video icon Reducing Stroke Risk for People With Atrial Fibrillation
Elliot Regenbogen, MD, Otolaryngologist/Laryngologist, Division of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Department of Surgery, Stony Brook Medicine
video icon Listen to What Your Voice Is Telling You
Maria Emanuel Ryan, DDS, PhD, Associate Dean for Strategic Planning and External Affairs, Professor of Oral Biology and Pathology, Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine
video icon Giving Children on Long Island Increased Access to State-of-the-Art Dental Care
video icon What You May Not Know About Dental Health Could Surprise You
Samuel Ryu, MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Radiation Oncology; Deputy Director of Clinical Affairs
video icon Targeting Tumors with Highly Focused Radiosurgery
Mary Saltz, MD, Chief Clinical Integration Officer, and Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiology
video icon MRI — Is it safe? Is it for me?
Ghassan J. Samara, MD
print What You Need to Know About Sinusitis and Sinus Surgery
Steven Sandoval, MD, Assistant Professor, Surgery; Medical Director, Burn Center
video icon What You Should Know About Burn Care
Aaron Sasson, MD, Chief, Surgical Oncology, Stony Brook Cancer Center
print FAQs About Early Detection of Pancreas Cancer
Susan Schuval, MD, Division Chief, Pediatric Allergy/Immunology; Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Stony Brook University School of Medicine
print Questions About Food Allergies in Children
Guy Schwartz, MD, Movement Disorders Neurologist; Director, Stony Brook Huntington's Disease Center of Excellence
print Are Huntington's disease and chorea the same thing?
Mark Schweitzer, MD, FRCPSC, Chairman, Department of Radiology
print What You Need to Know About Low-Dose Imaging
Richard Scriven, MD, Pediatric Surgeon and Pediatric Trauma Medical Director, Stony Brook Children’s Hospital
print Pediatric Surgery: Why It's Different 
Marc J. Shapiro, MD, FACS, FCCM, Chief of General Surgery, Trauma, Critical Care, and Burns
audio icon What You Should Know About Traumatic Brain Injury
Amna Sher, MD, Medical Oncologist, Stony Brook Cancer Center
audio icon Understanding Liver Cancer 
Francina Singh, RN, BScN, MPH, CIC
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Sunitha M. Singh, MD, CPHQ, Program Coordinator, Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS)
print icon How Stony Brook Speeds Recovery After Surgery
Hal Skopicki, MD, PhD, FACC, FAHA, FACP, Chief, Cardiology and Director, Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathy Center, and Medical Director, Ventricular Assist Device Program Stony Brook Heart Institute
print icon How a Monitoring Device Helps Patients with Heart Failure
print icon How to Invest in Your Heart Health at Any Age
Rebecca Spiegel, MD, Neurologist, Director, Stony Brook Comprehensive Epilepsy Center
Does having a seizure mean you have epilepsy?
Konstatinos Spaniolas, MD, FACS, FASMS, Director, Bariatric and Metabolic Weight Loss Center
Understanding Weight Loss Surgery and Its Benefits
Shanthy Sridhar, MD, Chief, Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine; Medical Director, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Neonatal Transports
audio icon What You Should Know About Healthy Pregnancy and Prematurity
audio icon Leading the Fight Against Premature Births
Alison Stopeck, MD, Medical Oncologist, Associate Director, Clinical and Translational Research, Stony Brook Cancer Center
audio icon How Cancer Clinical Trials Are Beneficial to Everyone
audio icon The Benefits of Cancer Immunotherapy Clinical Trials
Katarina Supe-Markovina, MD, Pediatric Nephrologist, Director, Pediatric Hypertension Center
print icon Pediatric Hypertension: A Growing Problem with Long-Term Health Risks
print icon Kids and Kidneys: What Parents Should Know
Olga Syritsyna, MD, Neurologist, Multiple Sclerosis Comprehensive Care Center
print icon What's the Difference Between Neurologic Lyme Disease and MS?
Wasyl Szeremeta, MD, Division Chief, Pediatric Ears, Nose and Throat (ENT) Stony Brook Children's Hospital
print icon What Parents Need to Know About Tonsillectomy - 2/13
Edlira Tam, DO, Cardiologist, Stony Brook Women's Heart Center; Associate Director, Ventricular Assist Device Program; Associate Director, Cardiogenic Shock Program, Stony Brook Heart Institute 
print icon Be Your Own Best Advocate: Women and Heart Health
Apostolos Tassiopoulos, MD, Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery
print icon Vein Disease: When Self-Help Measures Aren't Enough
print icon What You Should Know About Vascular Disease
Janet Trabosh, PA-C, MPH, Associate Director, Bellavie MedSpa
print icon What to Look for When Considering an Aesthetic Service
James Vosswinkel, MD, Chief of Trauma, Emergency Surgery and Surgical Critical Care, Stony Brook Medicine
print icon If Trauma Happens: What Should You Do and Where Should You Go
Kathleen Walsh-Spoonhower, MD, Director, Fetal Heart Program, Stony Brook Children's Hospital
print icon A Heartfelt Talk About Pediatric Cardiology
Wayne C. Waltzer, MD, FACS, Professor and Chair Department of Urology
print What You Should Know About Stony Brook's Kidney Transplantation Program
print The Future Is Here: New Guidelines, Diagnostics and Approaches to Prostate Cancer
Rakiya Watts, CNM, Director, Midwifery Practice at Stony Brook University Hospital
audio icon What care do midwives provide?
Susan Wilner, LCSW, Assistant Director, Behavioral Health Services Operations; Appointed member, Suicide Postvention Committee, Stony Brook Medicine
audio icon Are suicidal thoughts common?
Denise C. Woodall-Ruff, MD, FAAP, Pediatrician, Director, Healthy Weight & Wellness Center, Stony Brook Children’s Hospital
audio icon When Children Are Overweight: Real and Lasting Solutions
Robert P. Woroniecki, MD, Pediatric Nephrologist, Division Chief, Pediatric Nephrology and Hypertension
print Pediatric Hypertension: A Growing Problem with Long-Term Health Risks

Kids and Kidneys: What Parents Should Know


Lynda Wynne, PA, Stony Brook Children's Hospital
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