“The more federal money that goes back to Suffolk County, the better,” Lalotta said.

Today, June 13, 2023, Rep. Nick Lalotta (NY-01) Additional funding announced for research projects at Stony Brook University. These grants totaled an additional $4,105,669 in federal funding.

“The more federal money that goes back to Suffolk County, the better,” Lalotta says“Washington should spend less time using Long Island as a personal piggy bank and more investing in our communities. I will continue to fight for the people of Long Island and ensure our hard-earned tax dollars are well received return.”


Lalotta previously announced Grants total $1,402,843, bringing total grants to date to $5,508,512.

To date, the following is a list of grants provided to Stony Brook research projects:

  • National Institute of Standards and Technology Department of Commerce

    • Greenhouse Gas Emission Rates in Urban Environments on the Northeastern Coast of the United States

  • National Science Foundation

  • Homogenization and Stiffness in Metric Surfaces and the Complex Plane

  • Holomorphic Kinetics and Related Topics

  • $369,435

  • $148,072

  • $440,962

  • $499,999

  • $39,816

  • $420,000

  • $299,975

  • $417,872

  • Homogenization and Mapping Problems of Surfaces in Metric Space

  • Doppler radar climatology of supercell updraft proxy signatures

  • Higher multiplicative ideals and other applications of Hodge’s theory to algebraic geometry

  • Conference: Quasi-World Symposium

  • Collaborative Research: Deformation Mechanisms of Microstructurally Tailored High-Strength Alloys Approaching Ideal Limits

  • NSF-BSF: Collaborative Research: AF: Small: Algorithmic Performance via History Independence

  • Quasi-conformal analysis, optimal triangulation, and fractal geometry

  • Pharmacology, Physiology and Biochemistry Research

  • Mother and Child Studies

  • $417,453

  • $732,692

  • $250,335

  • $587,565

  • Heart and Vascular Disease Research

  • Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism Research

  • Biological research related to deafness and communication disorders

  • Department of Health and Human Services

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