Researchers Identify Molecular Mechanism for COVID-19 Mortality
An enzyme with an elusive role in severe inflammation may be a key mechanism driving COVID-19 severity and could provide a new therapeutic target to reduce mortality.
Fulbright Scholar Ayse Ulgen, MS ’96, PhD ’01 Looks to Revolutionize Public Health Systems Around the World
Ayse Ulgen’s work knows no borders. Born in Cyprus, Ulgen’s career in higher education and academic research has taken her all over the globe. And it all started with her...Read More
Five SBU Subjects in Top 100 of Academic Ranking of World Universities
According to the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) Global Ranking of Academic Subjects, Stony Brook University has placed among the top 100 in the world in several subject areas: ...Read More
DOE Award Aims to Accelerate Advancements in Zero-Emissions Vehicles
Fossil-fuel powered cars and trucks are a leading cause of air pollution and carbon emissions. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, transportation is the biggest single contributor to greenhouse...Read More
Karen Keogh ‘88 Appointed New York State Secretary to the Governor
The School of Social Welfare alumna and former member of the Stony Brook Foundation Board of Trustees was appointed by New York's new Governor Kathy Hochul.