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I am a Bioengineering Ph.D. Candidate. I am full of thoughts, ideas, and ideals, but I always found myself short of articulating them. All I want to do here is share them, and I hope that with time, I would have given some of what I have been piling up over the years.

My motto is to rise above controversy and tackle the issues that matters most to Jordan and the World, especially in the fields of technology and strategic solutions to long standing conflicts. We cannot continue to butt heads and allow our future and the future of our kids to slip away.

I am Jordanian and I am a Muslim. I am a graduate of the 1st batch from Jubilee School for Gifted and Talented Students. I graduated with honors from JUST as an electrical engineer, and I have a Masters in Bioengineering from the University of Texas at Arlington. I am currently in the last stages to getting PhD.

I do have one pending patent (http://www.google.com/patents/about?id=QpuoAAAAEBAJ&dq=11/846,919) and I am working hard now on making sure it is not the only one  🙂  I have also received the Knights of Change Award for Technology from the All Youth Commission in Jordan in 2008.

The views in this blog represent my personal views only. None of these views necessarily represent the professional organizations or schools I am a member of or affiliated with.

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1. Shihab - January 7, 2010

Amazing.. Energetic.. Enthusiastic.. Honorable..
You have in person more than you wrote about your self.. may god bless your way and make all your dreams and wishes come true because you deserve the best..

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