Dr Mahmoud Danaee is currently a visiting research fellow at University Malaya, Academic Development Center (ADeC). He is an academic member at Islamic Azad University (Iran) since 1998. He graduated from Tarbiat Modares University in Biometrical genetics in 1997 and finished his PhD in Biotechnology (Bioprocess Modeling) from UPM. As a Bio-statistician, during last 20 years. He has taught courses in statistics, experimental design, advance statistical methods, Research Methodology at undergraduate and postgraduate level in different disciplines . He conducted many workshops and courses such as Basic and advance statistical methods using SPSS, Structural Equation Modeling (AMOS& Smart-PLS), Design of Experiments (RSM) since 2008 in Malaysian universities such as UPM, UM,UKM and UTM. He has provided consultancy services and analyzing data for many Master and PhD students during 2008 until 2015.

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Dr. Hasmahzaiti Omar received her PhD degree in the field of biodiversity from University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur in 2013. During her study (2008-2013), she is a fellow staff and had collaborates with several experts on small mammals who worked from Field Museum of Natural History, Madagascar; Natural History Museum of Geneva, Switzerland and Raffles Museum, Singapore. After finished her PhD, she serve as lecturer in Ecological and Biodiversity Program in the Department Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Malaya. Now, she expand her research interests on taxonomy, systematics and phylogeography studies of shrews (Family Soricidae) and other small mammals in East and Southeast Asia. Currently, she collaborates with several international researchers from Asia and Europe, e.g. Institute of Low Temperature Science (Hokkaido), Kyoto University Museum, Research Center for Biologi-LIPI (Bogor), Vietnam National Museum of Nature, Hanoi University, Natural History Museum of Geneva and Lousiana State University for sharing information data and sample collections of small mammals in Southeast Asia as well as throughout the world. Within one year working with the university, she had conducted Asean Vertebrate International Networking Symposium in University of Malaya on December 2014 under Japan program (JSPS) and appointed as secretary for this symposium. She is also serves as committee members for Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS program), Aquatic Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (CEBAR), Malaysian Nature Society, UNICEF, Animal Ethics (IACUC). Now, she has 3 PhD students and 4 Masters under her supervision. Her job scope has been expanded to different field. Beside taxonomy and systematics of small mammals, now she involved in several field of studies related to the host (treeshrews, rats, shrews, squirrels) as carrier for parasites and diseases that commonly found in human residences, agriculture areas, water and forests. Several publication related to the host as main carriers has been published in ISI journals. Currently, she involved as one of committee member of Agriculture postgraduate program in Faculty of Science and will teach for several courses of agriculture at Institute of Biological Science that will be implemented on 2018-2019.

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Ong Zhi Chao, received both his Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering (2007) and Master of Engineering Science degree in vibration and rotor dynamics (2010) from University of Malaya, Malaysia with distinction. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in University of Malaya in March, 2013. His expertise includes vibration, modal analysis, virtual instrumentation and signal processing. He is active in research and developed a new vibration testing technique named as Impact-Synchronous Modal Analysis (ISMA) which has been implemented in teaching, research and real industrial cases. For the past 8 years, he involved in numerous industrial projects on machinery vibration at both on-shore and off-shore petrochemical and oil and gas processing plants in Malaysia. He also has experiences in conducting machinery vibration training courses for engineers and technicians from oil and gas industry. Dr. Ong was appointed as visiting research fellow of Faculty of Science and Technology at Bournemouth University in 2014 for the tenure of 3 years. He is also a Chartered Engineer of Engineering Council, UK under the membership of Institution of Mechanical Engineers, UK since 2014. He became the corporate member of Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM) and has successfully registered as Professional Engineer (P.Eng) with Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) in 2016. He also joined Institute of Materials, Malaysia (IMM) in 2015 and has been elected as a committee member in IMM Vibration Committee.

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