MEDICINE

THE BEST IDEAS IN MEDICINE

As one of the leading academic medical centers in the country, we excel at advancing our understanding of the origins of human health. We are committed to training the next generation of healthcare providers and delivering world-class, compassionate care.

 

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EDUCATION

We are Long Island’s premier academic medical center, offering a broad spectrum of  
challenging programs to meet our students’ educational and professional goals.


The Nation's First

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Pediatric
Multiple Sclerosis
Center*

 

*The Lourie
Center

 

  

Long Island's Only

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Accredited
Chest Pain Center
with PCI*

 

*Percutaneous Coronary
Intervention

 

 

Suffolk County's Only

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Level 1
Regional
Trauma Center*

 

*Highest Designation
in NY State

  

 

Award-winning Inventors

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Nobel
prize-winning 
Technology*

 

*Magnetic Resonance
Imaging Technology

 

TRANSFORMING HEALTHCARE

Stony Brook University Hospital

As Suffolk County’s only tertiary care hospital, Level 1 Trauma Center and academic medical center, we provide exceptional healthcare, research and clinical opportunities. Learn More (Stony Brook University Hospital)

Stony Brook Children's Hospital

We offer the most advanced pediatric specialty care in the region, with a full range of services to support the development of infants, children and young adults. Learn More (Stony Brook Children's Hospital)

Long Island State Veterans Home

Through an integrated healthcare system that provides a full continuum of care, we are elevating access to primary and specialty services on the East End of Long Island. Learn More (Long Island State Veterans Home)

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital

The dedicated staff at the LISVH provides skilled nursing care, adult day health care and rehabilitation to thousands of our nation’s heroes. Learn More (Stony Brook Southampton Hospital)

 

 

A Virologist's Revolutionary Team Approach to Vaccine Development

Eckard Wimmer leads the way to a new generation of vaccines.

Virologist Eckard Wimmer looked inside a refrigerator-size virus incubator that held several small transparent boxes that biologists call “well plates.” “This is where we grow our viruses,” explained Wimmer, a SUNY Distinguished Professor in the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology at Stony Brook University’s School of Medicine. “These are live cultures.”

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