HIV

Island high-schoolers take European science prize

By GREGORY ZELLER // Two Long Island high schoolers have earned a top European prize for young scientists. Half Hollow Hills High School West’s Poojan Pandya and Ward Melville Senior High School’s Leo Takemaru earned a first-place finish in the 31st European Union Contest for Young Scientists with their joint research effort, which focused on proteins that could potentially be used as a component of anti-HIV therapies. The Long Island partners – the only American…


NSUH earns $800K grant for family-focused HIV care

A Manhasset hospital has received more than $800,000 in federal monies to provide HIV care for women and children. North Shore University Hospital announced this week that it was one of 116 programs nationally to receive 2017-18 HIV program funding from the federal Health Resources and Services Administration, in the form of a Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program grant. The $837,935 stipend will help the hospital provide HIV care and support services for women, infants, children…