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To Huda Al-Ghaib ('11MS, EE, '15 Ph.D., ECE) the often-fatal disease, cancer, is the only true "enemy of the world." For nearly three years Al-Ghaib, a doctoral student at UAH, has been conducting research in the area of pattern recognition with medical imaging applications using Computer-Aided Diagnosis (CAD) to investigate landmarks that could identify suspicious breast lesions. CAD is widely used as a breast imaging technology for detection and characterization of cancer.
Stephanie Shelton's love affair with all things engineering began as a young girl when her grandfather showed her how to use simple tools to build random projects. When she was 12 years old, Stephanie's keen interest in how things work and the wonder of how airplanes fly and make noise turned into an obsession after her parents took her to a Blue Angels Air Show in Huntsville.
A patented passive cooling system for computer processors that's undergoing optimization at UAH could save U.S. consumers more than $6.3 billion per year in energy costs associated with running their computer cooling fans.
Gloria Greene, the director of the Office of Sponsored Programs at UAH, is the new president-elect of the Southern Section of the Society of Research Administrators International (SRA).