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Dr. Amal R Nimir


Position : Lecturer

Qualifications: Master of Medical Science

Alma Mater :UKM, CUCMS, Perdana University

Subjects Taught : Microbiology

Interests : Reading, Handcraft

Email : [email protected]

Currently Supervising

Supervisor of year 2 students, faculty of Medicine PU-RCSI.

Project title:  Descriptive study about knowledge, attitude and practice on antibiotics use and misuse among students in three medical schools in Selangor-Malaysia

She is confident in her ability to produce. She ensures the best outcome out of her projects . She chooses to work with a successful company who recognizes and rewards those who performs well during their period of employment.  She values learning and thinks of it as a lifelong opportunity. She is hard working and does not hesitate to take necessary steps needed in achieving her goals. She is optimistic and believes she is able to control a situation than having it the other way around. She acts rationally depending on the situation she is in and stood up to her actions when things took a turn for the worse. She aims to improve herself as time goes by as a part of maturing and becoming better at what she does.

  1. Keywords: Infectious diseases and antibiotics
  2. Short description

Most of her research work is related to infectious diseases and its treatment. She has been working on many projects since she joined UKM for his master degree. Her work usually includes both field work and lab processing of samples collected from fields or hospitals. She has contributed in various studies as main researcher, supervisor and co-supervisor. Many articles are produced and published from those studies in local and international medical journals. Results of studies were also presented in local and international medical conferences as oral or poster presentations. She got one award for his presentation in one of overseas conferences.

Clubs and Associations

  •  Perdana University Sports Club

Publications

  • Knowledge, attitude and practice related to Toxoplasma gondii infection among rural and semi-urban community in Malaysia. Yan L, Loganathan S, Nimir AR. Ann Clin Pathol 2018, 6(1): 1128.
  • The unexpected urine swimmer. Journal of clinical and health sciences. Review

Awards and Accomplishments

Fellowship

Graduate Research Fellowship (Ph.D), UPM: 2010-2011

Awards

  • Silver Medal, Invention, Research & Innovation Exhibition 2006, 2007, 2009 Universiti Putra Malaysia
  • First Prize for PhD Category (Faculty Level), 3 Minutes Thesis Competition 2013, Universiti Putra Malaysia
  • Gold and Bronze Medal for Cancer Research Poster Competition in conjunction with Cancer Awareness Carnival 2014, Universiti Putra Malaysia
  • EURAEXCESS Science Slam Malaysia 2015 Award, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI)
  • E-Science Universiti Putra Malaysia Research Grant from MOSTI as co-researcher in single nucleotide polymorphisms of the human fatty acid amide hydrolase gene and its association with the risk of drug addiction in Malaysian subjects (2006-2009)
  • University Malaya High Impact Research Grant by MOHE as co-researcher in large-scale profiling of cancer/testis antigens and the delineation of miRNA-mediated reversal of CTA-associated aberrant demethylation in urothelial cell carcinoma (2012-2014)
  • Fundamental Research Grant Scheme by MOHE as principle investigator in in-vitro characterization of the functional role of miR-137 in regulating KDM5B and bladder cancer stemness (2013-2016) and as co-investigator in Deciphering the Aggressive Bladder Cancer Stem Cell Phenotype (2015-2018)

Collaborations

  • CUCMS
  • UPNM

She is confident in her ability to produce. She ensures the best outcome out of her projects . She chooses to work with a successful company who recognizes and rewards those who performs well during their period of employment.  She values learning and thinks of it as a lifelong opportunity. She is hard working and does not hesitate to take necessary steps needed in achieving her goals. She is optimistic and believes she is able to control a situation than having it the other way around. She acts rationally depending on the situation she is in and stood up to her actions when things took a turn for the worse. She aims to improve herself as time goes by as a part of maturing and becoming better at what she does.

  1. a) Keywords: Infectious diseases and antibiotics
  2. b) Short description

Most of her research work is related to infectious diseases and its treatment. She has been working on many projects since she joined UKM for his master degree. Her work usually includes both field work and lab processing of samples collected from fields or hospitals. She has contributed in various studies as main researcher, supervisor and co-supervisor. Many articles are produced and published from those studies in local and international medical journals. Results of studies were also presented in local and international medical conferences as oral or poster presentations. She got one award for his presentation in one of overseas conferences.

Publications

  • Knowledge, attitude and practice related to Toxoplasma gondii infection among rural and semi-urban community in Malaysia. Yan L, Loganathan S, Nimir AR. Ann Clin Pathol 2018, 6(1): 1128.
  • The unexpected urine swimmer. Journal of clinical and health sciences. Review

Awards and Accomplishments

Fellowship

Graduate Research Fellowship (Ph.D), UPM: 2010-2011

Awards

  • Silver Medal, Invention, Research & Innovation Exhibition 2006, 2007, 2009 Universiti Putra Malaysia
  • First Prize for PhD Category (Faculty Level), 3 Minutes Thesis Competition 2013, Universiti Putra Malaysia
  • Gold and Bronze Medal for Cancer Research Poster Competition in conjunction with Cancer Awareness Carnival 2014, Universiti Putra Malaysia
  • EURAEXCESS Science Slam Malaysia 2015 Award, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI)
  • E-Science Universiti Putra Malaysia Research Grant from MOSTI as co-researcher in single nucleotide polymorphisms of the human fatty acid amide hydrolase gene and its association with the risk of drug addiction in Malaysian subjects (2006-2009)
  • University Malaya High Impact Research Grant by MOHE as co-researcher in large-scale profiling of cancer/testis antigens and the delineation of miRNA-mediated reversal of CTA-associated aberrant demethylation in urothelial cell carcinoma (2012-2014)
  • Fundamental Research Grant Scheme by MOHE as principle investigator in in-vitro characterization of the functional role of miR-137 in regulating KDM5B and bladder cancer stemness (2013-2016) and as co-investigator in Deciphering the Aggressive Bladder Cancer Stem Cell Phenotype (2015-2018)

Clubs and Associations

  • Perdana University Sports Club

Collaborations

  • CUCMS
  • UPNM