Thursday, May 17 8:15 am to 4:15 pm
Health Sciences Tower, Level 2, Lecture Hall 1
Topics include: Multiple Sclerosis, Managing Your Pain with Physical Medicine and Rehab Coma, Acute Stroke Management,
Alzheimer’s Disease, Critical Care for Acute Ischemic Stroke, Lyme Disease.
Open to nurses, nursing students, NPs, PA’s, physical therapists, speech therapists, OTs, medical residents and medical students.
Light Breakfast & lunch provided. CEU credits available.
Contact: Joanna Foley at Joanna.email@example.com or (631) 444-1741
NIGHT OF GIVING HOPE
Honoring David Fiorella, MD, PhD
Monday, May 7
6:30 to 9 pm
Zodiac Gallery, Wang Center
100 Nicolls Road, Stony Brook
Join the community and local non-profit organization, Judy’s Run for Stroke Awareness and Prevention at this event honoring Stony Brook neurointerventional radiologist, David Fiorella, MD, PhD. A leader in stroke care in treatment, Dr. Fiorella is Director of the Stony Brook Cerebrovascular Center and Co-Director of Stony Brook University Cerebrovascular and Stroke Center.
The event will include delicious and healthy samplings from Long Island chefs, wineries and breweries. All proceeds will be donated to Stony Brook University Neurosciences Institute for stroke rehabilitation.
Registration is required. $55 per person. $500 for a group of 10.
RSVP by April 7.
For more information, call Bob at (631) 255-2516 or Joe at (631) 813-9891.
NEUROLOGY-NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY GRAND ROUNDS
The Departments of Neurology and Neurological Surgery offer grand rounds to students, residents, fellows, faculty and visitors from September through June. Distinguished speakers from a variety of disciplines present their current research and clinical activities. Unless otherwise noted, grand rounds are held every Friday at 8:00am in HSC Level 3 Hall 6. All are welcome to attend!
The next lecture will be held Friday, April 20th and will be presented by:
Dr. Charles Mikell, III
Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurological Surgery
Stony Brook Medicine
Talk title: “New approaches to deep brain stimulation for movement disorders: the role of advanced neuroimaging”
**Time and location:
8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
HSC, level 3, lecture hall 6
NEUROBIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR SEMINAR SERIES
All students attend our regularly scheduled research seminars sponsored by participating departments and centers, such as the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior and the Center for Brain and Spinal Cord Research, at which prominent neuroscientists, usually from outside the Program, present their work. Students host the seminars and have an opportunity to meet with speakers during lunch. Unless otherwise noted, weekly seminars are at noon on Thursdays in Life Sciences 038. The schedule of speakers is located here.
PSYCHIATRY GRAND ROUNDS
The Department of Psychiatry offers grand rounds to students, faculty and visitors from September through June. Distinguished speakers from a variety of disciplines present on current research and clinical activities. Unless otherwise noted, grand rounds are held on Tuesday in HSC Level 3 Hall 6 from 11 am to 12 noon. All are welcome to attend. The schedule of speakers and topics is located here.