DR. REZA MAHMOODIAN

Dr. Reza Mahmoodian is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow (PDRF) and a former visiting scientist at University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) . His current research field is advanced manufacturing, surface engineering including Thin Film Bio-coating, Anti-microbial coatings, etc at the Centre of Advanced Manufacturing and Material Processing (AMMP). His PhD thesis was "Development of Manufacturing Techniques for Ti-Based Functionally Graded Coatings". He was then attached to National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) in Hsinchu and National Chung Cheng University (CCU), Chiayi, Taiwan (ROC) in 2012 and 2013, and did a research focused on "Combustion synthesis assisted friction stir welding". Dr. Reza was offered a short fellowship collaborative grant to take part in a joint research between JWRI and University of Malaya in 2014 at Osaka University, Japan. Dr. Reza has expanded his network to University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) during his visit in 2015, 2016 to establish joint research and collaborations in the field of intermetallics formation in 3D-ICs. He has participated in several international lectures and training around the world including (USA, Japan, Australia, China, Iran, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan).

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ASSOCIATE PROF. DR. LAU YEE LING

Dr Lau Yee Ling is at present an Associate Professor in the Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Medicine at University of Malaya (UM). She started her academic career as a junior lecturer at Monash University Sunway Campus while waiting for her PhD viva in 2008. During her time as a lecturer in Monash University, she was awarded two Monash University Research Grants in which she was able to continue her research in the field of molecular parasitology. She then returned to her alma mater as a Senior Lecturer in 2009. She was awarded tenure in 2010 and promotion to associate professor in 2013.               Dr Lau’s scientific career has been dedicated to the study of protozoan parasites, including Plasmodium knowlesi and Toxoplasma gondii, the causative agents of malaria and toxoplasmosis respectively. These parasitic diseases exact immense health and economic burdens. Her interest in these pathogens does not only rest on their major impact on public health, but also due to the fact that they offer an ideal model for fundamental biological studies. The overall approach of her research in this field is the application of molecular biology techniques to elucidate various aspects of the infection including epidemiological, immunological, clinical and biological perspectives. She has also devised tools and approaches for molecular epidemiological studies and diagnosis. She has collaborated with other local and international researchers, leading to publication of 120 ISI journals (81 Q1); with total citations index of 516 and H-index of 11. This research excellence has enabled her to acquire and be a part of many research grants, i.e., High Impact Research Grant, University of Malaya Research Grant, FRGS, E-science, LRGS and others, with her cumulative research funding amounting to at least RM5 million. These were followed by several intellectual property rights under her belt. Since 2009, 11 Masters and 10 PhD students completed their studies with success under her guidance. Currently, they are 10 postgraduate students under her supervision. Her students are competent in conducting good research in diverse fields of molecular biology and parasitology, following the footsteps of their supervisor. Due to her experience in grant management, she had held several administrative posts such as the Head of Grant Management Unit and Head of Research Management Unit at the faculty, besides being a committee member in evaluating applications for FRGS, UMRG and the Science Fund in University of Malaya. Through her contribution to the field of science, she is a reviewer for a number of international journals including Emerging infectious Diseases, PLOS One, Parasites & Vectors and others. Currently, she is also the associate editor of Editorial Board of BMC Infectious Diseases and deputy chief editor for the Journal of Health and Translational Medicine (JUMMEC). She is acknowledged as an experienced researcher in the field of molecular parasitology and has received few awards, meanwhile, she has been providing consultative services locally and internationally. Yee Ling is an active member of the MSPTM and MSMBB since 2010 besides being a member in the American Society for Cell Biology.   When organizing a class, she makes sure that she incorporates the latest material.  Her teaching is entertaining. She made lecture easy to understand and used news articles to show the day-to-day importance of the subject. She prepares lectures for her audience, incorporating clinical relevance and laboratory tips for better understanding.  Due to her enthusiasm in teaching, she has volunteered to be the PBL Phase II coordinator and have been continuing to be the coordinator for several years. Recently, she has been actively participating in vetting new PBL cases for the new curriculum and organizing PBL training workshops.

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DR. NORALINA BINTI OMAR

Dr Noralina Omar is a senior lecturer at the Department of Social Administration and Justice, University of Malaya. Her core area of expertise is Family Social Work.  Over 10 years, she has been involved in research and publications focusing on family and children.  Her research interests focus on child well-being, family ecology and parent-child relationship.

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RECENT PUBLICATION

Yaqoob, I; Ahmed, E; Gani, A; Mokhtar, S; Imran, M (2017). Heterogeneity-Aware Task Allocation in Mobile Ad Hoc Cloud. IEEE ACCESS

Mo, KH; Goh, SH; Alengaram, UJ; Visintin, P; Jumaat, MZ (2017). Mechanical, toughness, bond and durability-related properties of lightweight concrete reinforced with steel fibres. MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES

Monirul, IM; Kalam, MA; Masjuki, HH; Zulkifli, NWM; Shahir, SA; Mosarof, MH; Ruhul, AM (2017). Influence of poly(methyl acrylate) additive on cold flow properties of coconut biodiesel blends and exhaust gas emissions. RENEWABLE ENERGY

Ahmad, H; Muhamad, A; Sharbirin, AS; Samion, MZ; Ismail, MF (2017). Tunable Q-switched thulium-doped Fiber Laser using multiwall carbon nanotube and Fabry-Perot Etalon filter. OPTICS COMMUNICATIONS

Liaqat, M; Chang, V; Gani, A; Ab Hamid, SH; Toseef, M; Shoaib, U; Ali, RL (2017). Federated cloud resource management: Review and discussion. JOURNAL OF NETWORK AND COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

LATEST AWARDED GRANT

Impoliteness And Political Discourse

Be Able : Venturing Beyond Disabilities (UCTC)

Created-Creator: A concept to promote critical thinking in the English literature classroom

Protective effects of Marantodes pumilum (Kacip Fatimah) against estrogen deficient- induced inflammation and imbalance of RANK/RANKL/OPG and Wnt/catenin signaling in bones of ovariectomized rabbits

Spiders and scorpions: scientific research to citizen science

GreenDSSC : Bio-polymer based Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells for Renewable Green Energy Applications

ORDERLINESS AND DISORDERLINESS OF INTERACTIONAL NORMS: A LOOK AT THE MALAYSIAN HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DURING QUESTION TIME

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