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Howard Adler, MD, FACS Director, Prostate Care Program Stony Brook Medicine
  Men's Health Update: The Latest on PSA Screenings and Prostate Cancer - 11/13
Mary Andriola, MD, Director, Child Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology, and the Long Island Comprehensive Epilepsy Center
  What You Should Know About Epilepsy and Seizures
Michael Attard, MA, CCLS, Child Life Specialist, Stony Brook Children's Hospital
  What Every Parent Should Know About Our Child Life Services - 3/14
Matthew A. Barish, MD, FACR, , Co-Director, Body Imaging; Director, MRI and Virtual Colonoscopy Program
What You Need to Know About Open MRIs
What You Need to Know About Virtual Colonoscopy
Roberto Bergamaschi, MD, PhD, Professor of Surgery and Chief, Division of Colon and Rectal Surgery
Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery: What It Is and Why It's So Effective
Colon and Rectal Cancer: Prevention and Treatment - 3/14
Jonathan Buscaglia, MD, Director, Advanced Endoscopy Center
Recent Breakthroughs in the Treatment of Upper Gastrointestinal Cancers
Rosa Cataldo, DO, MPH, Director, Healthy Weight & Wellness Center, Stony Brook Children’s Hospital
What Parents Need to Know About Their Child’s Weight
Julie Cherian, MD, Division Chief, Pediatric Rheumatology, Stony Brook Children's Hospital
What Parents Should Know About Arthritis and Children
David Chesler, MD, PhD, Pediatric Neurosurgeon, Stony Brook University Neurosciences Institute
What Parents Should Know About Brain Tumors in Children
Maribeth Chitkara, MD, Pediatric Hospitalist, Stony Brook Children's Hospital
Summer Sun Safety: What You Absolutely Need to Know Now - 6/13
Summer Water Safety: What You Absolutely Need to Know Now - 6/13
Patricia K. Coyle, MD, Founder and Director of Stony Brook's MS Comprehensive Care Center
Multiple Sclerosis: Who’s at Risk and How Is It Treated?
Dennis Davidson, MD, Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine at Stony Brook Children's Hospital
Preventing Prematurity and Birth Defects
Raphael P. Davis, MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Neurosurgery, Co-Director, Neurosciences Institute, Co-Director, Stony Brook University Skull Base Surgery Center
Skull Base Tumors: What They Are and What to Do About Them
Paula I. Denoya, MD, FACS,Colorectal Surgeon, Stony Brook University Cancer Center Assistant Professor of Medicine, Stony Brook University School of Medicine
Learn About the Signs and Symptoms of Anal Cancer
Colorectal Cancer: Highly Preventable, Highly Treatable
Colon and Rectal Cancer: Prevention and Treatment - 3/14
Michael Egnor, MD, Vice Chair, Department of Neurosurgery; Director, Pediatric Neurosurgery
What You Need to Know About Preventing Brain Injury in Children
Suzanne D. Fields, MD, Geriatric medicine specialist
The Question on Everyone's Mind: What Can I Do to Age More Healthfully?
David Fiorella, MD, Co-Director, Cerebrovascular and Stroke Center, Neurointerventional Radiologist
Stroke: Why Being at the Right Place at the Right Time Matters
John Fitzgerald, MD, Urologic Oncologist
Prostate Cancer Treatment Options
Jack Fuhrer, MD, Director, Stony Brook Medicine AIDS Center
What You Need to Know About AIDS Today
Robert Galler, DO, FACOS, Co-Director of the Comprehensive Spine Center
Preventing Sports-Related Brain, Neck and Spinal Cord Injuries
Antonios Gasparis, MD, Director, Stony Brook Vein Center
What Is Chronic Venous Disease (CVD) and What Can You Do About It
Debra Giugliano, RN, MS, Director, School Intervention and Re-Entry Program, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
Helping Young Patients at Home, at School and in the Community
Avram R. Gold, MD, Medical Director of the Sleep Disorders Center
What You Need to Know About Sleep Disorders
Luis Gruberg, MD, Chief, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine; Director, Cardiovascular Catheterization Laboratories; Professor of Medicine
Cardiac Catheterization Performed Through the Wrist Can Offer significant advantages
Sandeep Gupta, MD, Co-Director, Valve Center and Cardiothoracic Surgeon
Innovative Approach to Heart Valve Disease
Lynn Hallarman, MD, Director, Palliative Care Medicine
What You Need to Know About Palliative Care
Sherry Hatcher, MPH, HIV Coordinator, Stony Brook Medicine
What You Need to Know About AIDS Today
Melissa Henretta, MD, MPH, FACOG, Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine in the Division of Gynecologic Oncology
The Importance of a Gynecologic Oncologist
What You Need to Know About Prevention, Early Detection and Treatment of Cervical Cancer
Laura Hogan, MD, Pediatric Oncologist and Director, Pediatric Oncology Survivorship Program, Stony Brook Children's Hospital
After Cancer: What Can Children Expect?
Saul Hymes, MD, Stony Brook Children's Hospital Infectious Disease Specialist
Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease: What Parents Need to Know About Children and Lyme Disease
What You Need to Know About the Flu: Your Top Questions Answered - 11/13
Darlene Jyringi, MPS, Gerontologists and Program Director, Alzheimer's Disease Assistance Center of Long Island
What You Should Know About Alzheimer's Disease
Susan Katz, RN, DNP, PNP, Clinical Instructor, Infant Apnea Program Coordinator and SAFE KIDS, Suffolk Coordinator
What Parents Need to Know about Child and Teen Car Safety - 3/13
Catherine Kier MD, Division Chief, Pediatric Pulmonology Stony Brook Children’s Hospital
Does Your Child Have a Sleep Disorder?
Fazel Khan, MD, Orthopaedic Oncologist, Stony Brook University’s Cancer Center and Department of Orthopaedics, Stony Brook Medicine Assistant Professor, Stony Brook University School of Medicine
Advancements in Treatment for Children with Bone Cancer
Smadar Kort, MD, Director, Valve Center and Director, Noninvasive Cardiology, Cardiovascular Imaging and Echocardiography
Innovative Approach to Heart Valve Disease
Lauren Krupp, MD, Program Director, National Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis Center at Stony Brook
Understanding Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in Children and Teens
Sergey Kunkov, MD, Director, Pediatric Emergency Department (ED)
Common Questions About Pediatric Emergency Care
Chris Lascarides, MD,, Gastroenterologist, Stony Brook Digestive Disorders Institute; Assistant Professor of Medicine, Stony Brook School of Medicine
Colon Cancer: Early Detection Is Key
Jane McCormack, RN, Trauma Program Manager, Stony Brook Medicine
What Parents Need to Know about Child and Teen Car Safety - 3/13
Sharon Nachman, MD, Director, Stony Brook Maternal Child HIV Center
What You Need to Know About AIDS Today   
Barbara Nemesure, PhD, Director, Program for Cancer Prevention and Control; Director, High-Risk Women's Cancer Clinic, SBUCC
Collaborative Approach Helps Women at High Risk for Cancer
James Nielsen, MD, Division Chief, Department of Pediatric Cardiology, Stony Brook Children’s Hospital
What You Need to Know About Specialized Cardiac Imaging for Children
Brian J. O'Hea, MD, Chief, Surgical Oncology and Director, Carol M. Baldwin Breast Care Center
Answers to Common Questions About Breast Cancer Treatment
Roxanne Palermo, MD, Assistant Professor of Radiology, Division Chief, Breast Imaging
What You Need to Know About Breast Imaging
Robert I. Parker, MD, Director, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Stony Brook Children’s Hospital Professor, Stony Brook University School of Medicine
Childhood Cancers: The Most Common Questions From Parents Answered - 10/13
Childhood Cancers: The Things That Make a Difference
Advancements in Treatment for Children with Bone Cancer

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