Dr. Syed Bahari Ramadzan Bin Syed Adnan is currently the Deputy Director (Research and Development) at Centre for Foundation Studies in Science. He completed his PhD in Material Science via thesis by publication. His research interest are in ceramic/ hybrid electrolytes for lithium batteries and astrophysics (Radio Astronomy). He supervised 5 PhD and master students so far and published about 30 papers in high impact journal and proceedings. He also filled a patent title " A method for synthesizing nanoionic sodium zincsilicate" at 2020.

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I am Husna. Hi! I am passionate about blockchain, corporate finance, and hiking.

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Professor Dr. April Roslani is the current Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Malaya. She graduated from the University of Wales College of Medicine in 1995, and was awarded Universiti Malaya’s Master of Surgery in 2003. In 2007, she established University Malaya Medical Centre’s (UMMC) Colorectal Surgery Unit, which is now the largest in the country, and a key stakeholder in colorectal training and services nationally and regionally.   Her areas of expertise include surgery for colorectal cancer, proctology, surgical training and professionalism. She established the first Malaysian Cytoreductive Surgery (CRS) and Hyperthermic Intra-Peritoneal Chemotherapy (HIPEC) service in UMMC, which is delivered by a multi-disciplinary team.   Prof. April is an influential driver of postgraduate medical training nationally, regionally and internationally. She chairs the Conjoint Committee for Postgraduate Medical Degrees, which oversees, aligns and coordinates medical specialist training programmes across all higher education providers in Malaysia. Recognizing the need to standardize training across institutions in order to meet the country’s need for healthcare specialists, she led the development of a new national training curriculum for general surgery under the National Postgraduate Curriculum Project. As chair of the Train-the-Trainers Steering Committee, she led the development of a blended curriculum for train-the-trainers modules, which has been rolled out across all specialties, nationally. She has advocated against toxic workplace environments, generating the evidence base and incorporating training modules in both trainee and trainer curricula.   Her leadership credentials are undisputed. She was recently appointed as Regional Ambassador for the Association of Academic Health Centers International, an organization based in the USA, and will be hosting the ASEAN Medical Deans Summit this year. She is a Councillor in the International Surgical Society, which champions outreach educational activities to improve access to surgical services globally. She is Chair of the Steering Committee for the National Postgraduate Medical Curriculum Project. From a regulatory perspective, she leads the Malaysian Medical Council’s Specialty Subcommittee (Education) for General Surgery, which set the standards for recognition of training programmes, and she regularly evaluates programmes for accreditation by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency. She is the immediate Past-President for the Malaysian Society of Colorectal Surgeons, the College of Surgeons, Academy of Medicine of Malaysia and the Asia Pacific Federation of Coloproctology.   Through these and other related roles, she works towards advancing surgical standards, and fairness in the workplace. Her work has been recognized by the international surgical fraternity, through numerous Honorary Fellowship awards, including most recently from the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and the American Surgical Association.

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