Alan Tan Yee Hock

Dr. Alan Tan Yee Hock

Lecturer | Department of General Studies

Academic Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy (Molecular Medicine)
BSc Biomedical & Science

Areas of Interest
Cancer genetics
Drug toxicity
Gene profiling
Game-based learning

  1. Nasir, N. F. M., Ridzuan, M. I. M., Hock, A. T. Y., Pei, O. S., Jamaludin, A. L. H., Hamidi, N. H. A., & Maswan, N. A. M. (2019). Keberkesanan Subjek Matapelajaran Umum (Mpu) dalam Memperkasa Bahasa Melayu: Satu Tinjauan Awal. International Journal of Education, Psychology and Counseling, 4(24), 85-96.

  2. Tan, Y.H., Syed Husain, S.N., Sidik, S.M., Rosli, R., Chong, P.P. (2018). Fas promoter -670 polymorphism and the risk of cervical cancer: A case-control study in multi-ethnic Malaysia. Journal of Epidemiological Research. 4(2)

  3. Tan, Y.H., Sidik, S.M., Syed Husain, S.N., Lye, M.S., Chong, P.P. (2016). CYP1A1 MspI Polymorphism and Cervical Carcinoma Risk in the Multi-Ethnic Population of Malaysia: a Case-Control Study. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, 17 (1): 57-64

  4. S. Fakurazi, I. Hairuszah, J. Mohd Lip, G. Shanthi, U. Nanthini, A.R. Shamima, H. Roslida and Y.H. Tan, 2009. Hepatoprotective Action of Zerumbone Against Paracetamol Induced Hepatotoxicity. Journal of Medical Sciences, 9: 161-164.


  1. Edutech Asia Conference 2019, Singapore – Participant

  2. Edutech Asia Conference 2018, Singapore – Participant

  3. Frontiers in Cancer Science 2011 by Cancer Science Institute, Singapore – Poster Presentation “Preliminary Findings of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNP) 

  4. Association between Tumor Suppressor Gene p53, Cyclin Dependent Kinase Inhibitor Gene p21 and Cervical Cancer in Malaysia”

  5. 3rd Regional Conference on Molecular Medicine 2010 – The Power of SNPs genotyping: Solutions and Discoveries by Institute for Research in Molecular Medicine (INFORMM), USM. – Participant

Networks and Collaborations on Research

Ongoing collaboration for publication of findings from study on “Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) of p53, p21, CYP1A1, Fas 95 in multi-ethnic population of Malaysia” – Prof Chong Pei Pei (Taylors University), Prof Rozita (MAKNA, UPM)