Nabil Adam is a highly distinguished Professor of Medicine and Computer & Information Systems at Rutgers University. He specializes in cybersecurity, machine learning, healthcare technology, and clinical/healthcare informatics. Dr. Adam is one of the most accomplished professionals in these industries, which has earned him over six prestigious awards, some multiple times. Throughout his career, Nabil wrote prolifically and has written over 200 publications and 11 books. Not only is he a successful professor but Nabil mentors Ph.D. students, speaks at conferences on a variety of subjects both nationally and internationally, holds chairman and vice-chairman positions on over 20 boards, and has founded/co-founded nine initiatives for Rutgers University and various award-winning organizations. Nabil holds a B.S. in Engineering from Cairo University, two Master’s degrees, and a Ph.D. in Engineering from Columbia University.
For the past 43 years, Nabil Adam has held a faculty position at Rutgers University and recently established himself as an integral faculty member at the New Jersey Medical School, where he teaches Medicine. Nabil strives to assist his students in their academic success as much as possible and has mentored over 20 Ph.D. students with their theses and research. Dr. Adam has not confined his teaching prowess to the United States. Instead, he undertook visiting professorships in the Netherlands as well.
Outside of his teaching duties, Nabil spent over five years with the Department of Homeland Security, where he was assigned to the Science & Technology Directorate. He was responsible for mentoring scientists, engineers, and program managers, while simultaneously managing “Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis” and leading the “Cyber-physical Systems Security” and “Unified Incident Command Decision Support” initiatives. Additionally, Nabil was assigned to the position of Program Chair for a variety of related committees and workshops including Modeling, Simulation, & Analysis for Homeland Security, Emergency Management: Incident, Resource, & Supply Chain Management workshop, and Future Directions in Cyber-physical Systems Security to name only a few.
Several years prior, Nabil Adam worked as a Research Fellow for the NASA Center of Excellence in Space Data and Information Sciences. This program was created to bring leading computer scientists together to collaborate and conduct research applicable to space and earth sciences; Nabil was one of the chosen few and took part in several initiatives including the Management of the Largest Unclassified Archive in the World, Data Warehousing/Mining of Earth Observing System Data & Information Systems and Geodata Modeling and Query in GIS. Dr. Adam also participated in the commercialization of Linux/Red Hate software and served as a member of the scientific and management team whose purpose was to establish a commercial sector for the Universities’ Space Research Association.
Each year, Nabil Adam is invited as a keynote speaker to a wide variety of talks and conferences around the globe. To date, Nabil has given over 50 talks on topics in which he specializes, such as Next Generation Information Technologies and Systems, Informational Technology Applications in Biomedicine, Cyber Security Challenges around the World, and spoke at the International Conference on Higher Education.
It comes as no surprise that Dr. Adam is an award-winning professional. He has earned over 22 awards and recognitions throughout his career including the IEEE 2012 Research Achievement & Leadership Award in Intelligence and Security Informatics, the FASIP Award an astounding 15 times, and the Dean Horace DePodwin Research Award. Nabil is the co-founder of a handful of initiatives that have positively impacted the world at large, including the Rutgers Institute for Data Science, Learning & Applications, Regional Drinking Water Safety and Security Consortium, Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute, and the IEEE Computer Society Task Force on Digital Libraries. Nabil also established the Science Summer Camp as an offshoot of a Rutgers University program to provide training to teachers and education to inner-city students ranging from elementary to high school level youths.
IEEE 2012 Research Achievement and Leadership Award in Intelligence and Security Informatics
Honorable Mention for the 2010 Under-Secretary’s Award for Science and Technology, US Department of Homeland Security, Science & Technology Directorate
Elected as a distinguished speaker (on Digital Libraries/Electronic Commerce) in the IEEE Computer Society’s Distinguished Visitors Program (DVP)
Dr. Nabil Adam
Dr. Nabil Adam has been invited to participate in the “Engineering for One Planet (EOP) Scaling for Impact Workshop.” The workshop, supported by the National Science Foundation, will be held from June 21 to 24, 2022. The workshop brings together Engineering educators, deans, students, professional engineers, and other key stakeholders to explore how to shape the future of engineering education for a sustainable world. Workshop participants will build a 5-year roadmap to transform the national engineering curriculum across the United States.
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Burn Lab Pro
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Before choosing a supplement, you should carefully consider which one is best optimized for your lifestyle and weight loss goals. Be sure to do your research before trying anything, and check to make sure the supplements you choose have no negative interactions with any medications you take.
Medicare Supplement plans are designed to help cover what Original Medicare may not, such as coinsurance, copayments, and deductibles. These are great options for individuals in need of full coverage that have the financial stability to tack on more benefits, but it is important to weigh those options before deciding. For example, some Medicare Supplements may come with a $0 copay, or they may not cover vision, dental, or prescriptions.
With that said, here are some of the best Medicare Supplements available in 2021 according to Health.com.
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Humana offers Medigap plans A-N and comes with an array of online resources. With 24/7 phone access to registered nurses, this insurer has surprisingly low annual rates, and offers nationwide coverage. Their A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau is an added bonus for individuals currently comparing potential providers.
Mutual of Omaha
Another insurer with an impressive customer satisfaction rating, Mutual of Omaha boasts the statistic of 98% of their claims being paid within 12 hours or less. With a complimentary vision plan, their perks are among the best, with more such as household discounts, and a free 30-day trial period for those still shopping around.
Cigna comes with one of the most easy-to-use online platforms of all insurance companies. Their benefits include coverage with any medical provider who accepts Medicare, discounts on gym memberships and various fitness-related costs, and coverage on more serious situations like accidents, cancer, heart attack, and stroke.
Aetna is another insurer that offers coverage with any medical provider who accepts Medicare with consistently fair rates each year. While their plans are not available in all 50 states, they do offer a 12% household discount. Aetna also flexes their philanthropic muscle through volunteer work and financial support of numerous charitable organizations.