RESEARCHERS@UM


RECENT PUBLICATION

Wahid, K., Nawawi, M., Man, S. (2016). INTERPRETATION AND VIEWS OF QURANIC COMMENTARIES ON THE PLANET BASED ON AL-KAWKAB AND AL-KAWAKIB TERMS. Al-Shajarah

Cheah, Y. H., Yong, K. T. (2016). New records of Bazzania species (Marchantiophyta: Lepidoziaceae) in Peninsular Malaysia with identification key. Cryptogamie Bryologie

Didi, A. L. M., Azman, R. R., Nazri, M. (2016). Sex determination from carpal bone volumes: A Multi Detector Computed Tomography (MDCT) study in a Malaysian population. Legal Medicine

Su, N. C., Sulaiman, M., Mohamed, N. S. (2016). Sol-gel Synthesis and Characterizations of MgSO4-Al2O3 Composite Solid Electrolytes. Journal of New Materials for Electrochemical Systems

Samsudin, A., Eames, I., Brocchini, S., Khaw, P. T. (2016). The Influence of Scleral Flap Thickness, Shape, and Sutures on Intraocular Pressure (IOP) and Aqueous Humor Flow Direction in a Trabeculectomy Model. Journal of Glaucoma

LATEST AWARDED GRANT

PASTUER'S QUADRANT FOR FACULTY DEVELOPMENT: EXPLORING THE KNOWLEDGE BASE

Development of Electrochemical Biosensor for Cancer Diagnostics

Ovarian cancer risk management in Malaysian BRCA mutation carriers: women decision making and development of decision support tool for clinical practice in Risk Management Clinic

Study of Mixing Characteristics for Solid Suspension in Triple-impeller Multiphase Stirred Reactors

Application of Dielectrophoresis (DEP) Biosensor in Liver Cancer Diagnosis

Enhancement of flavonoid production through genetic modification in Boesenbergia rotunda cell suspension culture

Rational Discovery of Novel Hepatitis C Virus Inhibitors--An in silico approach targeting HCV serine protease and helicase

DR. SADEGH MOHAJER

Dr. Sadegh Mohajer received his B.A. and M.Sc. in Crop Sciences and Plant Breeding at Azad University, Iran, and went on to earn his Ph.D. in Plant Biotechnology (Biology & Biochemistry) at University of Malaya. After completion of his degree, he was appointed as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Centre for Tropical Biodiversity Research at University of Malaya for two years. Subsequently, he has been serving as Senior Lecturer at Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Malaya from Feb, 2016. He has specialized expertise in the cytological study, tissue culture, biological activity, and biostatistical methods. His main scientific focus is in research and development of in vitro and in vivo grown plants such as genetic diversity, phytochemical and cytotoxicity studies, micropropagation, growth optimization, and mutagenesis. He has integrated a research program funded by the Bright Spark Scheme, Malaysia (2011-2014) with the aim of evolution of sainfoin (Onobrychis viciifolia) new varieties adaptable to Malaysia climate. This project led to improved plant breeding strategies, notable publications, international awards and a granted patent.

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DR. CHEN CHEE DHANG

A Medical Entomologist in the Zoological & Ecological Research Network (ZEN), Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Malaya. Main job responsibility is to conduct research into Medical and Forensic Entomology. Main research interests are Fauna Succession and Decomposition of Forensic Studies; Control on Dengue Vectors, Japanese encephalitis Vectors and Cockroaches; Microbial Control Agents; Toxicology Insecticide, and Insectcide Resistance Studies.

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DR. TAM SHU SIM

Dr. Tam Shu Sim is a senior lecturer with the Faculty of Languages and Linguistics, University of Malaya, specialising in language learning particularly English as a Second Language. She is currently teaching and supervising postgraduate students and publishing in the field of language learning and Second Language Acquisition with them. However, educational principles in general feature strongly in all her endeavours; she believes firmly in learner-centred approaches and adopts project-based and problem-based learning methodologies in her MA courses. She took on the role of the Head of the Department of English Language from 2010-2013. She held the post of the Deputy Dean of Postgraduate Studies for the following year. Her motto for each day is to live purposefully and help support others to grow to their potential as human beings.   

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