Perdana University Research Day, 5th April 2019

Perdana University Research Day, 5th April 2019

The Annual Perdana University Research Day –
organized by Research Management Centre (RMC)

The objective of the event is to promote research conducted at Perdana University. The day began at 8.30am with poster presentations by the students. This year, 27 posters were judged by the selected members of the university. After that, opening remarks were delivered by the Vice Chancellor, Dato’ Dr. Fadhlullah Suhaimi Abdul Malek. The plenary sessions were chaired by the Deputy Director of Perdana University Center for Research Excellence, Associate Professor Dr. Teguh Haryo Sasongko which then introduced two keynote speakers, Associate Professor Dr. Mohammad Asif Khan, Dean of Perdana University School of Data Science and Professor Azizi Ayob, Deputy Director of the Institute for Research, Development and Innovation, International Medical University Malaysia. The event was continued for the oral presentations by five students. The day concludes with reception and awards ceremony which ended at 12 noon.

Oral Presentation’s Winners 

1. A Clinical Audit of Management of Hyponatraemia In  Geriatric Inpatients (Tai May Hun)
2. Early Breast Cancer Adaptations to Tamoxifen Therapy (Low Weng Hei)
3. Dementia Screening at University Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC) And Alzheimer’s Disease Foundation Malaysia (ADFM) (Charisma Nair, Lau Le Dya and Nivashinie Raviendran)

Poster Presentation’s Winners

1. Swarnah Thuraiveloo:Views of medical graduates on their prescribing readiness in Malaysia: A Pilot Study
2. Loo Enli:Proteomic analysis of milk proteins in subclinical and experimentally-induced caprine mastitis dairy goats

Vanessa Choy:Knowledge And Attitudes Among Malaysian Employers In Accepting Adults With Autism As Employers And Colleagues In Klang Valley

Lee Jian Ming:A computational Meta-ome Framework for Monology Search

Evelyn Toh:Dimensional structure, Psychometric properties, sex invariance of a Bahasa Malaysia (Malay) Translation of Multidimensional Body-Self Relations Questionnaire-Appearance scales (MBSRQ-AS) in Malaysian Malay Adults


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