INSTITUTE OF HEALTH & COMMUNITY MEDICINE

Researchers


  • Currently pursuing research project on enteroviruses, dengue and respiratory tract infection in children. Areas of interest include molecular diagnostic, viral-host interaction and molecular epidemiology.

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  • My primary interest lies in the areas of viral infection and detection. These include the study of viral infection pathway by way of looking at viral-host protein-protein interaction, development of new diagnostic assay and recombinant antigen and antibody development.

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  • Previously, I have been involved in projects associated with the epidemiology and surveillance of infectious diseases that are endemic in Sarawak such as hand-foot-mouth disease (enteroviruses) and CNS-related viral diseases.

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  • My PhD position allows me to satisfy my keen interest in medical virology and acquired specialised knowledge on measles, mumps, rubella, varicella zoster virus, herpes simplex type 1 and type 2 viruses. I also have been involved in research that used a range of virological approaches to develop a new cancer treatment (Virotherapy), by using pseudotyped lentivirus.

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