PhD in Information Science, 2018 -
Focus: Computer Vision
Advisor: Dr. Danna Gurari
Hendrickx, W., Simeone, I., Anjum, S., Mokrab, Y., Bertucci, F., Finetti, P., Curigliano, G., Seliger, B., Cerulo, L., Tomei, S., Delogu, L., Tomei, S., Delogu, L., Maccalli, C., Wang, E., Miller, L., Marincola, F., Ceccarelli, M., & Bedognetti, D. (2017). Oncoimmunology, 6(2), p.e1253654.
Ceccarelli, M., Barthel, F. P., Malta, T. M., Sabedot, T. S., Salama, S. R., Murray, B. A., Anjum, S., ..., & Robertson, A. (2016). Cell, 164(3), 550-563.
Bensmail, H., Anjum, S., Bouhali, O., & El Anbari, M. (2012, November). In International Conference on Neural Information Processing (pp. 624-631). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
Collaborators: Anubrata Das, Dr. Danna Gurari
Scholarly paper concerning issues of diversity and inclusion in the field of information science.
The Thanaa Award is given to employees of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development and its centers to reward and recognize praiseworthy performance, professional excellence and outstanding contribution to Qatar Foundation.
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Awarded annually to undergraduates at Carnegie Mellon University (Qatar Campus) in recognition of their outstanding scholastic achievements and contributions to the well-being of all people.