Hamad Ghazle

  • October 17, 2022

    environmental portrait of entrepreneur Jenny Kron.

    Alumna creates mobile ultrasound business in Rochester

    Jenny Kron ’15 was 37 years old with three kids and a mortgage when she enrolled in RIT’s diagnostic medical sonography program full time. Prior to that, she ran an at-home daycare for 13 years. Now, she is running her own successful mobile ultrasound business called Hey, Baby! Mobile 4D Ultrasound.

  • May 10, 2021

    student elbow-bumps professor.

    RIT graduates prepare for careers in healthcare amidst pandemic

    Nearly 60 students will graduate this May from the College of Health Sciences and Technology’s clinical programs—physician assistant BS/MS, diagnostic medical sonography BS, and the echocardiography (cardiac ultrasound) certificate program. These students spend the final year of their programs immersed in practical work experience at clinics and hospitals in the region.

  • February 14, 2020

    student practices ultrasound techniques on another student.

    Carestream Health donates $1.2 million in ultrasound equipment to RIT

    Carestream Health Inc. continues to support the education of sonographers at RIT through a new donation of ultrasound equipment valued at more than $1.2 million. This is the second donation Carestream has made during this academic year to RIT’s diagnostic medical sonography program, with a combined total exceeding $1.4 million.

  • February 13, 2020

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    Four RIT faculty and staff alumni acknowledged with the Golden Brick Award

    Michelle Magee ’05 MS, senior associate director for Employment Engagement in the Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education; Hamad Ghazle ’88, director of the diagnostic medical sonography program; Kerry Hughes ’03 MS, project and events manager for the Office of the Provost; and David Long ’16 Ph.D., director of RIT MAGIC Center, and were honored with the Golden Brick Award for going above and beyond their duties to volunteer or serve in leadership roles at RIT.

  • November 11, 2019

    Four mobile ultrasound machines.

    Carestream makes donation to RIT’s ultrasound program

    The donation includes four premier and mid-tier ultrasound systems, transducers, simulators and related devices. The addition to the RIT sonography scanning suite enables students to practice on different models before beginning their clinical internships.

  • April 4, 2019

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    Podcast: Opportunities in the Field of Ultrasound 

    Intersections: The RIT Podcast, Ep. 12: People seeking a career in medicine have many paths from which to choose. Hamad Ghazle, professor in the College of Health Sciences and Technology, and Jodie Crowley, clinical coordinator for the diagnostic medical sonography program, discuss career opportunities in the field of ultrasound.

  • April 1, 2019

    Man wearing purple button-up shirt and tie sits at desk.

    Faculty Profile: Hamad Ghazle ’88

    Hamad Ghazle left war-torn Lebanon on a scholarship to Georgetown University in the 1980s. Within a year, he transferred to RIT to study ultrasound. He graduated with his BS in 1988 and returned in 1994 to lead the program. Since then, Ghazle has graduated hundreds of sonography students, helping them navigate the profession that means so much to him.

  • March 30, 2019

    Sonographer takes images of pregnant woman's belly.

    Career: Diagnostic Medical Sonography 

    In Good Health talks to Chelsea Pino '06 (diagnostic medical sonography), sonographer with University of Rochester Medical Center, and Hamad Ghazle, professor and director of RIT's diagnostic medical sonography program.

  • May 2, 2018

    Hamad Ghazle standing at a podium accepting his award.

    Ghazle honored as 2018 Edwina Award winner

    For his advocacy for gender diversity on campus and in the community, Hamad Ghazle was honored with the 2018 Edwina Award during RIT’s annual Women’s Career Achievement dinner and gala.