Jeannie Wong studied Biomedical Engineering, followed by Master of Medical Physics at the Universiti Malaya. She received her PhD from the University of Wollongong, Australia. She started her career at the Department of Biomedical Imaging, Faculty of Medicine, the University of Malaya as a senior lecturer in 2011. She coordinated the UM Master of Medical Physics programme from 2013 to 2017, which is accredited by the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM), UK. It is the only postgraduate medical physics programme outside the UK and Ireland that has this accreditation. During her PhD study, she was instrumental in the development of a new field of medical dosimetry in radiation therapy quality assurance with high spatial resolution semiconductor dosimetry and its applications in radiation therapy quality assurance. She has since further extended her research to include dosimetry in diagnostic imaging and patient-specific dosimetry. She has published more than 60 papers to date. She was promoted to associate professor in 2018. Her research interests include radiation dosimetry, radiotherapy, medical imaging and radiomics. She had supervised 1 postdoctoral candidate, 4 PhD students, 2 masters by research students, and more than 37 masters by coursework students. Dr Wong has vast experience in the teaching of physics and biostatistics at the postgraduate level. She has been involved as lecturer and examiner for the Master of Radiology and Master of Clinical Oncology at the University of Malaya since 2012. Her research interest are radiation dosimetry, medical imaging, radiotherapy and radiomics. IN 2019, she received the Southeast Asian Federation of Organizations of Medical Physics (SEAFOMP) Young Leader Award.

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Dr. Mohd Rashid bin Mohd Saad is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Language And Literacy Education, Faculty of Education, University of Malaysia. His total current teaching experience in higher education sectors totaled more than 25 years. His experience includes teaching government-supported schools, private colleges and some consultation works with both public and private sectors both locally and internationally. He has been teaching issues, trends and research in the area of Teaching of English as a Second Language. His current interest is issues, emerging trends and debates in the implementation of Positive Humanities approach for Social Justice towards learning, teaching/training and assessment among marginalized populations.

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Dr Rama is a Public Health Medicine Specialist and Occupational Health Physician with experience in the field of occupational health and occupational medicine. He has provided essential occupational health services to various job sectors while serving under the Department of Occupational Safety (DOSH) before pursuing postgraduate studies. He completed his training under the Faculty of Occupational Medicine - Royal College of Physicians Ireland (RCPI) and obtained the Licentiateship of Faculty of Occupational Medicine (LFOM) in 2015. Following that he completed his Master of Public Health (MPH) with distinction and Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) at University of Malaya in 2019. His thesis was titled “Development and evaluation of a hearing conservation programme (HCP) among vector control workers”. After graduating, he returned to serve the Ministry of Health under the Selangor State Health Department and subsequently joined the Occupational and Environmental Health Sector in Putrajaya. Currently he is medical lecturer and occupational health physician at the Department of Social and Preventive Medicine. His area of interest and expertise mainly includes risk assessment at workplaces, conducting medical surveillance and implementation of occupational disease prevention programs at workplace. He is also a Good Clinical Practice (GCP) certified researcher with research interest in strategies to prevent noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) including hearing conservation programs.

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