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This Division has one full-time faculty member and three staff members. Although faculty in the Department of Pediatrics have diverse research interests there are a number of areas in which common themes have emerged in recent years. A pervasive theme would be "the role of free radical pathology in pediatrics". Departmental research efforts in this general area are supported by a number of clinical and basic research grants. The Pediatric Research Laboratories have developed state-of-the- art techniques for evaluating oxidative stress and antioxidant status in human subjects and in various model systems. Plans for the immediate future include the establishment of a research emphasis in the area of Pediatric Proteomics. Considerable interdisciplinary research efforts in the area of free radical pathology have been initiated with the Departments of Biochemistry, Physiology, Chemistry and Applied Human Sciences. Graduate students in these Departments have completed thesis dissertations under the mentorship of Pediatric faculty.

For more information about “Pediatric Proteomics Mass Spectrometry Facility” see .  

-Dr. Stone

William Stone, M.D.

William Stone, M.D.
Director-Pediatric Research

State University of New York at Stony Brook, Ph.D., 1972
Post Doctoral:
     Duke University Medical School, 1975.

Victor Paromov Ph.D.

Victor Paromov Ph.D.
Research Associate