Roberto Dabdoub (born Roberto Dabdoub Sosa, October 31, 1954) Is a Honduran-born American [1] genetic scientist [2] who became a writer and photographer. He is best known for his work in Photomicrography and Electrophotography.


Using a microscope and objects both familiar and bizarre, he captures images of beauty mixing science and photography, through a revolutionary process of photomicrography. His work is an examination of the relationship between art and science. His vision yields a vividly abstract look into the world on its smallest level.


Dabdoub's images have been featured on many popular publications in the USA and abroad and the subject of a special report in CNN (1978). Many of his images were used to sport a variety of fashion designs and to the creation of the neckwear line "Micro Shots" 1980 [3] by “Wemco”. One of the world's Largest manufacturers of neckwear. The neckwear was also sold under other designers labels, such as Jesuis, 7TH Avenue, Wembley, and Oscar de la Renta. His name and the description of the product were written on the label of every necktie and fashion product made. In 1977, he combined a high-frequency generator-oscillator in a compound microscope. He used this devise to capture many of his molecular designs. His photographs are included in the permanent collection of the New Orleans Museum of Art, [4] published in "World" The National Geographic Society[5] and the subject of a hard cover book "Micro Art" [6] by Pelican Publishing Co. The book was presented at NOMA, in 2003. He donated all proceeds from the sale of his images and designs to cancer and AIDS research. In his early 30s, Dabdoub became a columnist for "Dixie”, the New Orleans Times Picayune[7] Sunday Magazine. He also contributed articles and photographs to the newspaper.


Supervised and helped to establish the Genetic/Cytogenetics Laboratory. Did Pioneering work in tissue culture and chromosome banding techniques, leading to the implementation of highly specific genetic testing, such as that of sister chromatid exchange, fragile X, (ph1) Philadelphia chromosome, chromosomal breakage and fluorescent banding studies. The use of electro photography and other non-conventional techniques for experimentation and evaluation. Cytogenetics was in the early stages of development and I was allowed by the chairman of the department the freedom to express creativity and innovation. See "Micro Art" (Pelican Publishing Co.) hard cover book, and various Ochsner Publications.





Honors and Awards



Recipient of the W. Sandy Lynch Memorial Award. Given annually by the Tokyo International Radio Association, founded in 1972". TIARA

December 2007

Named Winner of 3rd Annual Lynch Award

(TOKYO) _ Roberto Dabdoub, PhD (kb5avy) today was named the recipient of the W. Sandy Lynch Memorial Award, given annually by the Tokyo International Amateur Radio Association (TIARA).

For 20 years, Dr. Dabdoub, a General Class ham struggled to keep four reporters on the air in the New Orleans area with little assistance from other. one of his repeaters became the only machine to remain working in the metro area following Hurricane Katrina. His system was the only link, for a critical period, among the Baton Rouge emergency center, and other relief and emergency centers involved in critical rescue work.

American Radio Relay League



Museum Permanent Collection

New Orleans Museum of Art January 1992



A One-man Show of Roberto Dabdoub Contemporary Arts Center

Contemporary Art Center New Orleans and Ochsner Clinic Foundation March CAC.Art Notes The CAC's New Louisiana Gallery opens the 1987season with a one-man show by Roberto Dabdoub. The Louisiana Gallery is a permanent exhibition space in the Contemporary Arts Center which is dedicated to the work of Louisiana artists.



The Discoverers

New Orleans Magazine

New Orleans Magazine (Feb 1980). "The Discoverers". A Special report featuring New Orleans top research scientists



Medal in Science

Latin American Press Club March 1989

New Orleans



Mardi Gras Under The Microscope: Front Page Article

The New Orleans Times Picayune February 1995



Publications



"Micro Art" Hard Cover Book (photomicrography)

Pelican Publishing Co November 3, 2003 Authors: Roberto Dabdoub

The images highlighted in Dabdoub's book,were previewed at the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA). The cover of CQ Magazine, Digital Camera and an article in Popular Mechanics. Other images have been featured in over 200 popular publications in the USA and abroad and the subject of a special report in CNN (1978) They were also used to sport a variety of fashion designs

Columnist

New Orleans Times Picayune January 1, 1990 Authors: Roberto Dabdoub

Former Times Picayune columnist. Dixie Roto Magazine. Wrote a weekly column and feature articles for the newspaper



The human immunodeficiency virus type 1 Tat protein potentiates zidovudine-induced cellular toxicity in transgenic mice.

"Arch Biochemistry and Biophys."[jour] July 1, 1997

Authors: Roberto Dabdoub, Prakash.O, Joshi. BH., Teng. S, Flores.S.C, Ali. M, Coleman.R, Chambers.R, Aw.T.Y, Zhu X

Our in vivo study suggests that AZT therapy is associated with oxidative damage affecting cellular functions in several tissues and that Tat is one of the contributory factors in AZT-induced toxicities. The findings of AZT-induced oxidative damage may help to improve the therapeutic index of AZT and other related drugs in AIDS patients.

c-myc and K-ras-2 oncogenes in B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukemia with del(12)(p13).

Cancer Genetic and Cytogenetics January 1, 1991

Authors: Roberto Dabdoub, Wang TY, Samples DM, Prakash Om

Abstract

Molecular and cytogenetic analyses were performed on chronic B-lymphocytic cell leukemia (CLL) from a 57-year-old male patient with del(12)(p13) anomaly. The deletion did not remove the K-ras-2 gene. However, c-myc gene amplification correlated with high-level expression, suggesting the involvement of this gene in the induction of neoplasia in this patient.



New Orleans Reconnected (Cover Story)What Wasn’t Done In Louisiana What Is Being Done In New Jersey

Popular Communication (New York) August 2006

Authors: Roberto Dabdoub

I was simultaneously going through the photos submitted for our cover story on the devastation Katrina



unleashed in New Orleans. Those incredible shots, taken by author Roberto Dabdoub, brought it all back—the hand-wringing, the tut-tutting, and the criminal level of incompetence that was di-splayed, in its own way as devastating as the storm.

At the time that real-life American tragedy was largely blamed on the lack of interoperability and other comms breakdowns. Two years later, guess what? Well, read the article. Fast- track, indeed.



Photomicrography (Good Taste in Photographs)


National Geographic Society (Feb 1982). "Good Taste in Photographs". National Geographic World. Photomicrography. Sharing with your children the hidden World among us.



The Unseen World Inside Your Radio

CQ. Magazine New York March 1, 2003 Authors: Roberto Dabdoub

Dabdoub, Roberto (March 2003). "The Unseen World Inside Your Radio". CQ Magazine.A microconductor becomes a cobbled stone. A sample of cholesterol crystalizes into a pattern of leaves. The DNA strands of life look like a string of sapphires. Colchicine, a drug used in the treatment of gout, is a green field populated by yellow flowers.



Muhammad Ali "A Different Man"

Times Picayune Cover Story November 1, 1987 Authors: Roberto Dabdoub

Muhammad Ali during the Filming of Freedom Road

Dabdoub, Roberto Black and white study of Muhammad Ali and article



Honduras Unveiled: The Discovery of Pulapanzac

The New Orleans Times Picayune March 3, 1977 Authors: Roberto Dabdoub

(March 3,1977). "Honduras Unveiled: The Discovery of Pulapanzac". Times Picayune Dixie Magazine.First images of Pulapanzac taken by explorer/photographer Roberto Dabdoub. Cover story. Series of wild life and nature images.



Computer Bugs Make Beautiful Art

Popular Mechanics February 5, 2003 Authors: Roberto Dabdoub

Dabdoub, Roberto (Feb 2003). "Computer Bugs Make Beautiful Art". Popular Mechanic



Digital Photomicroscopy Scientific Presentation

American Society of Cytogenetics Technology August 1980 Authors: Roberto Dabdoub

Presented a Pioneering work on digital Photomicroscopy. The use of drum scanners and low resolution

interfaces to capture images under the microscope. The colorization of human chromosomes were in the early stages of development. Today, digital phomicroscopy and computer recognition has become the standard for genetic laboratories. Asilomar Conference Ground. Pacific Grove, California



Homenaje al Poeta (LP Vinyl Record)

Wakefield/Latin Award Recording April 6, 1975 Authors: Roberto Dabdoub

Spanish Poetry Recitation. Pablo Neruda, Juan de Dios Peza, Sor Inez de la Cruz El duelo

El poema del renunciamiento

Soneto al Crucificado

Fuciles y munecas Nocturno a Rosario Los Motivos del Lobo El Embargo

Por que me quite del vicio

Discover the Small World of Photomicrography

Digital Camera Magazine New York (Cover Story) Authors: Roberto Dabdoub

October 1, 1999



Dabdoub, Roberto (Oct 1999).

"Discover the Small World of Photomicrography". Digital Camera[24].Many people don't realize there is so much beauty under the microscope. They think we are only looking for cancer cells" Cover story.



Doctor Use Photomicrography to Seek Out Clues to Congenital Defects

The Baton Rouge Advocated April 21, 1995 Authors: Roberto Dabdoub, Gyan Jr., Joe

Special report on Dabdoub's research about colorizing human chromosomes for identification purposes.[28] Gyan Jr., Joe (April 21, 1995). "Doctor Use Photomicrography to Seek Out Clues to Congenital Defects". The Baton Rouge Advocated [27].





Life After Clinical Death

Ochsner Foundation Hospital (Inside Ochsner) February 1, 1990 Authors: Roberto Dabdoub, Luba Glade, Tom Gore

Gore, Tom (Jan 1991). "The Image of Egg Yolk Cholesterol". Ochsner Foundation Hospital.Year Book Report.



Glade, Luba "Life After clinical Death". Documenting the electrical activity in the body of a women that have been dead for a few days.



Micro Shots (Neckwear Line Designs)

Wembley, Oscar de la Renta, Jesuis, New york 7thAve Authors: Roberto Dabdoub

The most famous application of these images

has been in Wemco's series of designer neckties named "The Micro Shots collection" his images were also included in Jesuis , 7TH Ave , Oscar de la Renta, Wembley neckwear collections. Sporting a variety of subjects taken under the microscope. His name and the description of

the product were written on every necktie

labels. He donates all the profits to

cancer research..June 3, 2000



Hiv-1 Tat Protein Is A Growth Factor for Mammary Adenocarcinoma Cells From Tat Transgenic Mice:

Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes & Human Retrovirology: April 5, 1997 Authors: Roberto Dabdoub, Joshi Bharat, Prakash Om, Farr Gist, Randeri, Teng Steven

HIV-1 infected individuals have significantly increased risk of developing a variety of different neoplastic diseases. However, the mechanism(s) of these HIV-associated neoplasms is not clearly understood. A number of previous studies have been aimed at understanding the role of the viral encoded proteins in HIV pathogenesis. One amongst these is the transactivator Tat, a small 86-amino acid protein encoded by two exons. There is considerable evidence that in addition to its role in HIV-1 gene expression and replication, Tat can modulate the expression of a variety of cellular genes and alter cellular functions.

Joshi, Bharat H.1; Dabdoub, Roberto2; Teng, Steven3; Randeri, Heena1; Coleman, Roy1; Farr, Gist4; Prakash, Om1



Hondureno pionero de la fotomicrografia

La Nacion, Washington D.C October 2, 2003 Authors: Roberto Dabdoub, Equigure, Lilian

Equigure, Lilian (Oct 2, 2003). "Hondureno pionero de la fotomicrografia". La Nacion[29] USA. Washington D.C.."Revoluciono el campo de la medicina tras tomar imagenes a color en un tiempo en el que todavia existia solo el blanco y negro."



Glade, Luba "Life After clinical Death". Documenting the electrical activity in the body of a women that have been dead for a few days.



Micro Shots (Neckwear Line Designs)

Wembley, Oscar de la Renta, Jesuis, New york 7thAve Authors: Roberto Dabdoub

The most famous application of these images

has been in Wemco's series of designer neckties named "The Micro Shots collection" his images were also included in Jesuis , 7TH Ave , Oscar de la Renta, Wembley neckwear collections. Sporting a variety of subjects taken under the microscope. His name and the description of

the product were written on every necktie

labels. He donates all the profits to

cancer research..June 3, 2000



Hiv-1 Tat Protein Is A Growth Factor for Mammary Adenocarcinoma Cells From Tat Transgenic Mice:

Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes & Human Retrovirology: April 5, 1997 Authors: Roberto Dabdoub, Joshi Bharat, Prakash Om, Farr Gist, Randeri, Teng Steven

HIV-1 infected individuals have significantly increased risk of developing a variety of different neoplastic diseases. However, the mechanism(s) of these HIV-associated neoplasms is not clearly understood. A number of previous studies have been aimed at understanding the role of the viral encoded proteins in HIV pathogenesis. One amongst these is the transactivator Tat, a small 86-amino acid protein encoded by two exons. There is considerable evidence that in addition to its role in HIV-1 gene expression and replication, Tat can modulate the expression of a variety of cellular genes and alter cellular functions.

Joshi, Bharat H.1; Dabdoub, Roberto2; Teng, Steven3; Randeri, Heena1; Coleman, Roy1; Farr, Gist4; Prakash, Om1



Hondureno pionero de la fotomicrografia

La Nacion, Washington D.C October 2, 2003 Authors: Roberto Dabdoub, Equigure, Lilian

Equigure, Lilian (Oct 2, 2003). "Hondureno pionero de la fotomicrografia". La Nacion[29] USA. Washington D.C.."Revoluciono el campo de la medicina tras tomar imagenes a color en un tiempo en el que todavia existia solo el blanco y negro."



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HIGHLIGHTS/EXCERPTS OF SELECTED PRESS COVERAGE DATING BACK TO OCTOBER, 1976


Dabdoub, Roberto (Nov 1987). "Portrait black and white study of Muhammad Ali". Times Picayune.


Contemporary Art Center (March 1987). "A One-man show of Roberto Dabdoub". CAC.Art Notes The CAC's New Louisiana Gallery opens the 1987 season with a one-man show by Roberto Dabdoub. The Louisiana Gallery is a permanent exhibition space in the Contemporary Arts Center which is dedicated to the work of Louisiana artists.


CQ Publications (March 2005). "Your Are Helping us Roberto". CQ Magazine.


American Radio Relay League (Aug 2007). "Dr Roberto Dabdoub, KB5AVY[13] , of Metairie, Louisiana, has been named the recipient of the W. Sandy Lynch Memorial Award. Given annually by the Tokyo International Radio Association, founded in 1972". TIARA news release.


Dabdoub, Roberto (Aug 2007). "New Orleans reconnected? Where Are We Two Years Later: Hurricane Katrina". Popular Communication Magazine[14] .


Dabdoub, Roberto (Feb 2003). "The Unseen World Inside Your Radio". CQ Magazine[15] .


Dabdoub, Roberto (Feb 2003). "Computer Bugs Make Beautiful Art". Popular Mechanic [16] .


Grady, Bill (Feb 2003). "Antenna on Top of Ochsner Hospital". Times Picayune [17] .Roberto Dabdoub helping our community with his radio repeater service


Smith P, Terence (Nov 1974). "You've Got a Certain Glow". Times Picayune Dixie Magazine [18] .Cover Story about Dabdoub's work with electrophotography.


American Radio Relay League (Nov 2006). "KB5AVY[19] ". QST of the American Radio Relay League.Dabdoub, a native of Honduras, has kept four free repeaters on the air in the New Orleans area for over 20 years, and one of them remained working in the metro area following Hurricane Katrina. [20]


National Geographic Society (Feb 1982). "Good Taste in Photographs". National Geographic World.Photomicrography.


Thorne-Thomsen, Fletcher (Nov 1987). "Enchanted Landscapes" A Portfolio of Photographs by Roberto Dabdoub". Louisiana Life Magazine[21] .12 color photographs.


New Orleans Magazine (Feb 1980). "The Discoverers". New Orleans Magazine.Special report on the New Orleans scientists doing research, including Roberto Dabdoub's work in the field of cytogenetics and electro imaging[22]


Byrd, Wade (Feb 1989). "A World We've Never Seen". Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Museum [23] .Roberto Dabdoub is an explorer, blazing a trail in regions that are too tiny to be seen by the naked eye. Startling works of art that have been widely acclaimed. Cover story.


Dabdoub, Roberto (Oct 1999). "Discover the Small World of Photomicrography". Digital Camera[24] .Many people don't realize there is so much beauty under the microscope. They think we are only looking for cancer cells" Cover story.


Smith P, Terence (March 1979). "NOMA Sees Red". Times Picayune.The New Orleans Museum of Art includes a selection of Roberto Dabdoub's photographs to its permanent collection.


Connor, Olga (Sep 1981). "Exploring the Mystery of Kirlian Photography:Explorando el Misterio de la Fotografia Kirlian". Vanidades Continental[25] .


Nodarse, Margarita (Feb 1980). "Roberto Dabdoub Sosa Un Hombre del Renacimiento". Buen Hogar[26] .Special report on Roberto Dabdoub's various interests including photography and genetics.


Smith, Terence (Jun 1980). "Photomicrography ... Art?". Times Picayune Dixie Magazine.Cover feature article about Roberto Dabdoub microscope work.


Gyan Jr., Joe (April 21, 1995). "Doctor Use Photomicrography to Seek Out Clues to Congenital Defects". The Baton Rouge Advocated [27] .Special report on Dabdoub's research about colorizing human chromosomes for identification purposes.[28]


Louisiana Police Science Department (April 1977). "Electro Photography". The Identification Officer.Special report on Dabdoub's work with corona discharge photography.


Equigure, Lilian (Oct 2, 2003). "Hondureno pionero de la fotomicrografia". La Nacion[29] USA. Washington D.C.."Revoluciono el campo de la medicina tras tomar imagenes a color en un tiempo en el que todavia existia solo el blanco y negro."


Teague, Matthew (Feb 28, 2001). "Lake Eerie. The Hidden Beauty of Lake Pontchartrain". The Times Picayune.To the naked eye, the water is green, murky ... gross. But place a drop of Lake Pontchartrain under Roberto Dabdoub's photo microscope, and one man's pond scum becomes another man's masterpiece.


Warren, Bob (Feb 24, 1995). "Mardi Gras Under the Microscope: In Beads are Pearls of Wonder". The Times Picayune.Roberto Dabdoub's molecular designs. New Orleans Times Picayune Front page article


Waddington, Christ (August 5, 1993). "Art Under a Microscope". The Times Picayune Living Section.Through close examination, a photographer-scientist finds the connections between the works of man and nature.


Legar, Luis; Armando de Armas (Jun 1983). "Roberto Dabdoub Sosa". Hombre de Mundo.Sus descubrimientos, que prueban la existencia del "halo", tienen un gran valor para el futuro de la Medicina.


Dabdoub, Roberto (March 2003). "The Unseen World Inside Your Radio". CQ Magazine.A microconductor becomes a cobbled stone. A sample of cholesterol crystalizes into a pattern of leaves. The DNA strands of life look like a string of sapphires. Colchicine, a drug used in the treatment of gout, is a green field populated by yellow flowers.


Negley, Jennifer (Oct 5, 1986). "Scientist creates startling beauty with microscope". Times Picayune." I create these images the same way a painter does-by observing" Roberto Dabdoub is a brilliant man-an Ochsner Medical Institutions researcher specializing in cytogenetics, a pioneer in the field of electrophotography.


Times Picayune (Jun 1984). "The Thirst to Learn Burns on". The New Orleans Times Picayune.A New Orleans Renaissance Man.


New Orleans City Business (March 6, 1992). "The colorful molecular multidesigns of Dr. Roberto Dabdoub's creations". New Orleans City Business[30] .


Oulaham, Diane; Richard Oulaham (March 6, 2005). "Uncovering Human Potential" . Oulaham Publications.Medical research photomicrographs of microoorganisms by Dr.Roberto Dabdoub, became colorful designs for the largest tie maker in the world.


Faciane, Valerie (March 20,1994). "Children urged to ham it up". Times Picayune."By providing them with radios we can enhance their lives and take them away from other things, "like drugs, Dabdoub said.


Hart, Katherine (Feb 20, 2003). "Beauty Under the Microscope-Hermosura bajo el microscopio". La Prensa English Spanish News Magazine/ Louisiana Life[31] . Spanish/English Book review of Roberto Dabdoub's new book "Micro Art" as presented and previewed at NOMA, the New Orleans Museum of Art. Cover story.


Pena, Bill (April 3,1983). "New Discovey on the causes and prevention of birth defects" (in Spanish). La Prensa.Cientifico hondureno Roberto Dabdoub investiga. Nuevas esperanzas para prevenir nacimiento de ninos mentalmente retardados


Smith, Terence (March 3,1977). "Honduras Unveiled: The Discovery of Pulapanzac". Times Picayune Dixie Magazine.First images of Pulapanzac taken by explorer/photographer Roberto Dabdoub Times Picayune cover story. Series of wild life and nature images.


Dabdoub, Roberto (Jun 1, 1984). "El Manto de Turin". La Prensa.The Shroud of Turin: A New Theory by a Louisiana Scientist Nueva teoria sobre el manto de Turino.


Machado Valle, Vicente (Jan 2, 1985). "Un cientifico hondureno en la Fundacion Ochsner" (in Spanish). Extra Magazine.Cover Article.


Lake Placid Journal (April 15, 1993). "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder". Lake Placid, FL Journal.Micro shots Neckware Line.


Times Picayune (April 1, 1975). "Sale Prints by Dabdoub". Times Picayune/State Item. A photography sale of images by Roberto Dabdoub to benefit FIFI hurricane victims.


Gore, Tom (Jan 1992). "The Image of Cholesterol". Ochsner Partners Publication.Year Book Report.


Gore, Tom (Jan 1991). "The Image of Egg Yolk Cholesterol". Ochsner Foundation Hospital.Year Book Report.


Glade, Luba (Jan 1980). "Life After Clinical Death". Inside Ochsner.About Roberto Dabdoub research with electrophotography.


Glade, Luba (Feb 1980). "Life After clinical Death". Louisiana Figaro Newspaper.Documenting the electrical activity in the body of a women that have been dead for a few days.


Latin american Syndicated Press (Jan 2003). "Micro Art: Hidden Worlds" (in Spanish). Syndicated Spanish Press.


CQ Spain (Dec 2003). "Mundo Invisible Dentro de su Radio" (in Spanish). Syndicated Spanish Press.


Gore, Tom (Jan 1992). "Micro Art: The Mystery of Electrophotography=" (in Spanish). Copley News Service.2000+ worldwide newspapers.


Wemco Neckware (June 1992). "Micro Shots". Times Picayune.Living Section Times Picayune. Neckties and Fashion.


Lane, Cassandra (Jan 30, 1998). "Hurt Pelican needs home". Times Picayune.


Times Picayune (Jun 30, 2007). "Radio Man Honored home". Times Picayune. Roberto Dabdoub, of Metairie, Louisiana, has been named the recipient of the W. Sandy Lynch Memorial Award. Given annually by the Tokyo International Amateur Radio Association (TIARA), the award seeks to exemplify Lynch's dedication. [32]


Pena, Billy (May 4, 1995). "Hondureno Triunfa en Estados Unidos home". El Tiempo Tegucigalpa. No hay duda que el Dr. Roberto Dabdoub Sosa es orgullo de Honduras en general y de la costa norte en particular.


Gore, Tom (Dec 4, 1978). "The mystery surrounding Corona Discharge Photography". Columbus Dispatch[33] . How does a serious scientist experiments with things that keep falling into the supernatural?: He throws away the junk and keeps what is meaningful. That's the way Roberto Dabdoub . . .


Smith, Terence (June 12, 1977). "Lensman on the Levee". Times Picayune.Photographer Roberto Dabdoub returns again and again to the other side of the Mississippi River levee and brings back a set of haunting camera studies.


Mejia de, Mirtala (Dec 23, 1992). [[34] "Importante Descubrimiento Que Servira Para Protejernos del Terrorismo"]. La prensa hondurena.


La Prensa (April 6, 1981). [[36] "IUn Hondureno Extraordinario"]. La prensa hondurena. En la cubierta. Cover story.


Mejia de, Mirtala (August 28, 1983). [[38] "IIn Search for the Mysterious AIDS"]. La prensa hondurena. About Dabdoub's HIV work.


La Tribuna (May 3, 1983). [[40] "Un Joven Cientifico Hondureno que se destaca en Estados Unidos"]. La prensa hondurena.


Polaroid Close-up (July 1978). [[42] "Importante Descubrimiento Que Servira Para Protejernos del Terrorismo"]. La prensa hondurena.