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Life Sciences Clubs

  • Neuroscience Axis: he Neuroscience Axis is a club that hopes to explore various careers in neuroscience, examine research opportunities and network with faculties. Throughout the semester, we will run constant collaborations with other clubs, exploring the differing aspects of neuroscience, use neurological medical equipments such as EMGs, and hold events with faculties and research assistants.
  • Pre-Dental Society: A must join if you're interested in or want to pursue the dental field. Come get involved in pre-dental activities and enhance your experience for dental school, including mentoring by dental students, research opportunities, and DAT prep!
  • Pre-Optometry Society: We are a group of students pursuing futures in optometry. We function as a community to discuss the different fields of optometry, recent health care issues, and the process of applying to optometry graduate programs
  • Pre-Pharmacy Society: General Body Meetings are held on Mondays 7:00 - 8:30m in Physics P122
  • Pre-Veterinary Society: Pre-Vet Society is dedicated to providing information and opportunities to SBU students planning on entering a career in veterinary medicine, as well as fun activities and field trips for animal lovers of all majors and career paths!
  • SBU Natural History Club: Bringing the beauty of Long Island's nature to Stony Brook students. We hold monthly talks and off-campus excursions. Hope to see you soon!
  • Stony Brook iGEM: Student-led summer-long research project in synthetic biology that is presented at the International iGEM Jamboree.  Appropriate for students at all levels with interests in synthetic biology.  Students must apply to be part of the team. 
  • Stony Brook University Golden Key: Stony Brook's chapter is focused on service; with members performing many hours annually.  We’ve maintained a Gold standing for exemplary chapter activities every year that the Chapter Standards Program has been in place. We welcome prospective members who are in the top 15% of their class and hope that you will be interested in participating in service and leadership development, as well.
  • Synthetic Biology Society: The Synthetic Biology Society is relatively new club at Stony Brook focused on the quickly growing field of synthetic biology through review of recent literature and field developments
  • Undergraduate Biochemistry Society: The Biochemistry Society was founded on the premise of providing a venue for those with an interest in the science to discuss and develop their understanding of it. We also continue to build upon the society’s tradition and emphasis on mentoring by holding upperclassmen-led review sessions for courses like Biochemistry Organic Chemistry and Physiology as well as seminars about maintaining a C.V. writing successful personal statements and applying graduate or medical schools.
  • Young Investigator's Review: The Young Investigators Review is Stony Brook University's undergraduate-orientated, all-inclusive science journal. Founded in 2008, our mission is to provide the student community with a way to learn more about the research currently being done on-campus by their faculty and their fellow peers. We feature articles that span all fields, from Physics to Neuroscience to Linguistics, including original student research and interviews with research faculty.   

    Our journal offers aspiring talented future researchers and physicians a way to hone their science writing skills and spread word of their experiences to inspire incoming students to think about devoting their futures to the various fields of science
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