Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green— a multi-disciplinary physicist and the second African American woman to graduate with a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Alabama at Birmingham whose extraordinary genius work has made her the first person to successfully cure cancer using laser-activated nanoparticles.
Dr. Green’s passion to find a better way to fight cancer led her to obtain her bachelor’s degree in physics and optics from Alabama A&M University and later earned her Master of Science in physics from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, both of which she received full scholarships for. After earning her degrees, she transitioned to the Comprehensive Cancer Center for five years and the Department of Pathology for one year.
She established Dr. Green’s Ora Lee Smith Research named after his uncle and aunt who passed away from cancer during her young years. According to Black Culture News her hard work have paved way to a new treatment cure for cancer using nanoparticles.
Currently, Dr. Green’s Ora Lee Smith Research Foundation is continuing to fight cancer using laser-activated nanoparticles and focusing on its mission to make cancer treatment accessible, affordable, and effective. She devotes time to helping young Black students as well.
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