Che Wan Jasimah bt Wan Mohamed Radzi received her B.Sc. (Hons) in Food Science and Nutrition (1988) at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Master of Science in Philosophy and History of Science (1993) and Ph.D. in Food Policy (2009) both from Universiti Malaya. She was appointed as a lecturer in 1997. In 2022 she was promoted as Professor and in 1997 as Associate Professor. She was a Former Head Department of Science and Technology Studies (Oct 2014-Jan 2020); Research coordinator for Universiti Malaya Halal Research Centre (2018-2020); associate member (UMHRC) (2021- 2023) and associate member for civilizational Dialogue Center (2020-2023). She has to-date published more than 40 papers in journals, books and chapter of books, conference proceedings, both locally and internationally. She manages to publish in the area of food science & technology, genetic modified food, halal food and culture, health and management and in halal cosmetics. Her research interest is in Food and Culture (food intake, traditional food); Food and Religion (Halal, Policy, Health); Food Technology and Health (Obesity, malnutrition, innovation, medicinal food); Food Security and Safety (food chain, food management, labelling, food bone disease). She has supervised more than 30 PhD and master students by research and coursework, of which 20 of them have already graduated. With her research expertise and extensive experience, thus she has been appointed as a leader for Task Force Penyemakan Dokumen Kualiti SPK Universiti Malaya (2022); task force for National Codex Alimentarius Commission Committee on Contaminants in Foods under Food Safety and Quality Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia (2021-2023); UPM External Assessor Panel Audit Master's Program in Halal Food Manufacturing Management (2021-2022). She also participated in various discussions, such as course content development in Philosophy & Current Issue and Ethics & Civilization, includes courses under Division of Academic Excellence, Department of Higher Education and Ministry of Education Malaysia; invited as Expert Panel for Focus Group Discussion in the development of indicators for Ethical Principles on Modern Biotechnology in Malaysia; Mapping Committee for Research in Al-Quran and Science, Expert Committee in Islamic Studies Integration: Towards an Integration of Religion and Science, Institute of Islamic Understanding Malaysia (IKIM); Committee in Technical Analysis Halal, JAKIM, and Technical Committee for Environmental Health Indicators Development, Institute for Medical Research. Furthermore, she also collaborated with researchers in other disciplines, particularly in Halal studies, Halal cosmetics, innovation in food, food management, Al-Quran & Science, Religion & Science. Besides annually giving papers at various conferences locally and abroad, she is also regularly invited to give inputs through local radio at radio IKIM and television programs such as at Astro Awani and TV1 Selamat Pagi Malaysia regarding current issues connected to her areas of specialisation.