Science Students Present Work at Plum Island

Science Students Present Work at Plum Island photo
Two Hampton Bays High School science research students had the unique opportunity to present their research at Plum Island’s first STEM Student Forum on March 27. 

Riley Stotzky, a junior, and senior Ava Bianchi were among a selection of students from across Long Island who exhibited their work to leading researchers at Plum Island. Stotzky explored influenza for her project, while Bianchi analyzed alpha-gal syndrome.  

“This was a great event,” said science research teacher Dr. Stephanie Forsberg. “Our students represented Hampton Bays well and helped highlight our research program with the top epidemiologists and scientists in the nation.”