THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN DIABETES AND OBESITY WITH DENGUE INFECTIONSProfessor Dr Shamala Devi A/P K.C. Sekaran, FASc |  Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
Congratulations to Professor Dr Shamala Devi A/P K.C. Sekaran, FASc for her recent publication entitled ‘The Association between Diabetes and Obesity with Dengue Infections’ in Diabetology & Metabolism (Impact Factor 2021 = 3.395, Tier 2 in Endocrinology & Metabolism).
ENDOLYSINS AGAINST STREPTOCOCCI AS AN ANTIBIOTIC ALTERNATIVEAssociate Professor Ts Dr Lionel In Lian Aun & Dr Michelle Teo Yee Mun |  Faculty of Applied Sciences
Congratulations to Associate Professor Ts Dr Lionel In Lian Aun and Dr Michelle Teo Yee Mun for the recent publication entitled 'Endolysins against Streptococci as an antibiotic alternative' in the Frontiers in Microbiology journal (Impact Factor = 6.064, Q1).
STUDIES ON THE STORAGE STABILITY OF BETACYANINS FROM FERMENTED RED DRAGON FRUIT (HYLOCEREUS POLYRHIZUS) DRINK IMPARTED BY XANTHAN GUM AND CARBOXYMETHYL CELLULOSEAssociate Professor Dr Ivan Ho Chun Wai |  Faculty of Applied Sciences
Congratulations to Associate Professor Dr Ivan Ho Chun Wai for the recent publication entitled 'Studies on the storage stability of betacyanins from fermented red dragon fruit (Hylocereus polyrhizus) drink imparted by xanthan gum and carboxymethyl cellulose' in the Food Chemistry journal (Impact Factor 2022 = 9.231, Q1 Tier 1) ranking it at 8 out of 143 in Food Science & Technology.
BEST PAPER AWARDAssistant Professor Dr Dazmin Daud |  Faculty of Business and Management
Won Best Paper Award for his paper entitled, "Mediating Effect of Goal Acquisition on the Relationship Between Personal Factor and Self-Directed Learning" at the International Academic Symposium of Social Science 2022 on 5 July 2022.
BEST PAPER AWARDAssistant Professor Dr Eaw Hooi Cheng |  Head of Department, Accounting and Finance
Received the Best Paper Award with the selected presentation entitled, "Intention to Invest in Green Stock among Malaysian Working Adults" at the 1st International Conference Symposium on Green Sustainable Technology and Management ICGSTM 2022 on 12 & 11 June 2022.
GREEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND GREEN FINANCE PRACTICES: AVENUE FOR SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS STARTUPS IN ASIAAssistant Professor Dr Hafiz Muhammad Ali |  Head of Praxis, Industry and Community Engagement
Launched a book as an editor in collaboration with Emerald Publishing entitled, “Green Entrepreneurship and Green Finance Practices: Avenue for Sustainable Business Startups in Asia”.
EFFECT OF RICE (ORYZA SATIVA L.) CERAMIDES SUPPLEMENTATION ON IMPROVING SKIN BARRIER FUNCTIONS AND DEPIGMENTATION: AN OPEN-LABEL PROSPECTIVE STUDYAssistant Professor Ts Dr Tan Chung Keat |  Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Ts Dr Tan Chung Keat for his recent publication entitled, ‘Effect of Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Ceramides Supplementation on Improving Skin Barrier Functions and Depigmentation: An Open-Label Prospective Study’ in Nutrients (Impact Factor 2021 = 6.706, Tier 1 Journal in Nutrition and Dietetics) in collaboration with Nexus Wise Sdn. Bhd.
CYTOKINES, CXCL10 AND CCL2 AND KYNURENINE METABOLITES, ANTHRANILIC ACID ACCURATELY PREDICTS PATIENTS AT RISK OF DEVELOPING DENGUE WITH WARNING SIGNSProfessor Dr Shamala Devi A/P K.C. Sekaran, FASc |  Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Congratulations to Professor Dr Shamala Devi A/P K.C. Sekaran, FASc for her recent publication entitled, ‘Cytokines, CXCL10 and CCL2 and Kynurenine Metabolites, Anthranilic Acid Accurately Predicts Patients at Risk of Developing Dengue with Warning Signs’ in The Journal of Infectious Diseases (Impact Factor 2021 = 7.759, Tier 1 in Infectious Diseases).
BEST INNOVATION & COMMERCIALIZATION AWARDFaculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences team |  Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences (FPS) team led by Assoc Prof. Dr Mogana Sundari Rajagopal, Assoc Prof Dr Palanirajan Vijayaraj Kumar and Mr Hardave Singh Bhall, won the Best Innovation & Commercialization Award for their invention (Pharmcare Sanitizer Spray). The team developed a skin friendly, moisturising sanitiser spray with 99.9% antiseptic properties. The product was commercialised through the Laurent Bleu Medical Clinic, whereby the feedback and response of the product was overwhelming.