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Dietitian/Nutrition Services

We want to help you make the best nutrition choices while on campus, as well as develop lifelong healthy eating habits. Whether you have a condition that requires a specific diet, want to lose weight or are simply interested in improving your eating habits, please call 632- 6740 for an appointment.

Our Nutritionist can help you develop a relationship with food that matches your goals and nutrition needs. Appointments with our Nutritionist are available to all students who have paid the Student Health and Related Services Fee and there is no co-pay. Discover strategies to fuel your body and mind for study, work, and play; and create nutrition habits to support you now and in the future.

Meet our Dietitian and Nutritionist


Annemarie Ng, MS, RD, CDE, CDN
Ms. Ng is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition from Drexel University in Philadelphia. She obtained her Master’s degree in Health Care Policy and Management with a Nutrition Concentration at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and completed her dietetic internship at Stony Brook University Hospital. Ms. Ng currently provides nutrition counseling services at the Student Health and Counseling Center. In addition, she works as a clinical preceptor for the Stony Brook dietetic internship program and co-manages the Stony Brook Heights Rooftop Farm at the Health Sciences Center. Prior to joining Stony Brook University she worked at SUNY Suffolk County Community College as an adjunct instructor in the Dietetic Technician Program and has over 10 years’ experience counseling clients in her private practice. She has been a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist for the past 13 years. Annemarie has also worked for the North Well Health System as the Coordinator of the dietetic internship program. In 2014 she received the New York State Dietetic Association award for Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year and she is currently on the Board of Directors for the Long Island Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Her areas of interests include diabetes, obesity and community health.

Individual Nutrition Counseling

  •   Initial appointments are typically 45 minutes, and follow up appointments are 15 minutes.
  •   There is a full assessment of health history and current daily food intake.
  •   You will be provided with realistic suggestions to meet your desired needs and goals.

What Is a Registered Dietitian?

An R.D. is a health provider specializing in nutrition and food science. We help people optimize their health via food choices and behaviors. The most common misconception about this profession is that R.D.s eliminate favorite foods from a client's daily diet. This is far from the truth! Actually, most often we are adding foods that are scientifically proven to provide healthful benefits, while minimizing foods that can contribute to weight gain and could increase the risk of chronic disease such as heart disease and cancer.

For after hours and weekend dietitian, nutrition and health promotion guidance, students have the option to utilize the TimelyCare health promotion virtual platform.