KULLIYYAH OF NURSING
PhD/Master in Biobehavioral
Kulliyyah of Nursing
Kulliyyah of Nursing, International Islamic University Malaysia,
Bandar Indera Mahkota Campus, 25200 Kuantan,
Pahang Darul Makmur.
Tel. No.: +609 - 570 7210 / 7202
Fax No.: +609 - 513 3615
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PhD/Master in Biobehavioral
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Asst. Prof. Dr. Syamsul Ahmad Arifin
Expertise: My expertise are in molecular pharmacology and cell biology related to endocrine system. I also interested in behavioral study using animal model and human genetics study of diabetes .
Research Interest: As a pscyhopharmacology scientist, I have interest for integrative biobehavioral research on the effect of drugs and their relationship with the mind and behavior. Examples include multidisciplinary research on the effect of drugs on human responses to illness and interrelationships of psychosocial, behaviour and biological process.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Lokman Md Isa
Molecular genetics; cell interaction which involved human reproductive hormones study. Stem cell technology; Human germ cell development & spermatogenesis from stem cells, regenerative medicine stem cell and andrology study. Principle of pharmacology (Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodinamic)
Quantitative and qualitative research related to population and behavioral study of reproductive and man infertility
My principal research interest is the stem cell technology which involving human germ cell development & spermatogenesis from stem cells. Primary cell culture derivation and primary to cell line development. Animal study related to reproductive science.
Biobanking and cloning technology for endangered species of animal.
Population study of reproductive and man infertility, psychology and drug addiction.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Noratikah Othman
Expertise: My expertise are in bioinformatics/computational biology that involved study of evolution of protein/genes (construction of phylogenetics tree) and protein modeling. I also expert in molecular microbiology and DNA recombinant including clonning, genetic modification such as mutation, insertion and deletion.
Research Interest: Collaborative interdisciplinary research focuses on how genetics, behavioral, and environmental variables interact to influence health.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Norlinda Binti Abd. Rashid
Expertise: Neuroanatomy; molecular neuroscience; cellular imaging and biology of the gastrointestinal and nervous systems; hippocampal learning and memory; neurobehavioural study using animal models; human anatomy and physiology.
Research Interest: My research interests are in the area of neuroscience, focusing on the neurobiology of sleep, learning and memory, hippocampus, neurobehaviour, proteomics, microscopic studies (light, scanning and transmission electron microscopy) and natural products. I also have interests in nursing education, particularly in women’s health practice based on the Health Belief Model.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Mohd Hanif Bin Jainlabdin
Expertise: I have special expertise in the development of a PCR diagnostic assay for mycoses, including Candidiasis, Aspergillosis and Fusariosis, and I have a special interest in antimicrobial stewardship and infection prevention. I also, have expertise in the validation of nucleic acid purification methods for the recovery of fungal DNA from blood and serum samples.
Research Interest: The incidence of invasive fungal infections (IFIs) has increased considerably in recent years among immunocompromised patients. Despite the availability of antifungal drugs, nosocomial infections cause high mortality rates, often exceeding 50%. The methods currently used for diagnosis of IFIs in hospitals have limitations such as lacking sensitivity, specificity and often unable to detect the infection in its early stages. Accurate diagnosis and therapies are important to reduce the mortality rates and reflect correct epidemiological data as well as successful delivery of the local antimicrobial resistance (AMR) agenda. Molecular methods based on nucleic acid detection from biological samples are promising as they can provide a rapid, specific and sensitive results. My main research focus is on the development, implementation and validation of molecular diagnostic platforms for clinical use. Combining the advancement of pathogens DNA biomarkers with methods of DNA amplification, my aim to develop a simple diagnostic method that can be applied at the point of care and which is amenable to future automation.