ALUMNI

RESEARCH MODE

Hossein Analuie Adegani Teimour, Ph.D. Graduated in 2017 with project title: The neural correlates as predictors of mental toughness in university team game athletes during virtual penalty shots

Nanthini Jayabalan, Msc. Graduated in 2014 with project title: Cannabinoid (CBI) receptors in the cerebellum as molecular targets of mitrogyna speciosa (ketum) addiction in mitrogynine – sensitised albino swiss mice

Nurul Iman Wan Ismail, Msc. Graduated in 2014 with project title: CB1 cannabinoid receptor in brain mesolimbic system of mitragynine-sensitised Swiss albino mice as a candidate molecular target in Mitragyna speciosa Korth (ketum) addiction 


INTEGRATED NEUROSCIENCE PROGRAM (INP)

Dr. Che Mohd Nasril Che Mohd Nassir. Doctor of Neuroscience. Graduated in 2018 with project title: Exploratory longitudinal studies on cerebral small vessel disease (CSVD) in apparently asymptomatic individuals with neuropsychological, neuroimaging and microparticles profiling

The main objective of his project was to explore the novel surrogate markers for assessment of white matter integrity in cerebral small vessel disease (CSVD) among apparently asymptomatic individuals with neuropsychological, neuroimaging and microparticles profiling.

 

Nur Naznee Hirni Abd Aziz. M.Neuroscience. Graduated in 2018 with project title: Evaluating the therapeutic target of Toll-like receptor 4 antagonist on acohol addiction following acute restrain and social isolation stress in Swiss albino male mice

Dayang Yasmin Abang Abdul Wahab, M.Neuroscience. Graduated in 2018 with project title: Elucidating the Toll-like receptor 4 agoinst involvement in striatum and cerebellum of Swiss albino adult mice on motor and sickness behaviours

Dayang Yasmin (Left), Ivanna (INP student, Centre), Naznee (Right)

Ummi Nasrah Talib, M.Neuroscience. Graduated in 2018 with project title: Determining endocannabinoid cb1 receptor involvement in rewarding properties of low dose mitragyna speciosa korth (ketum) alkaloid mitragynine abuse liability using conditioned place preference (CPP)

Lyana (Left, Ex-INP Student), Ummi Nasrah (Centre), Faizatul Aisyah (BRAR Team Member)

 


Mazira Mohamad Ghazali, M.Neuroscience. Graduated in 2017 with project title: Correlations between ischaemic cerebral white matter changes and the neurocognitive profiles in apparently asymptomatic individuals

Nurfaizatul Aisyah Ab Aziz, M.Neuroscience. Graduated in 2017 with project title: Exploring alpha brainwaves as neural correlate of melodic, rhythmic verse of Holy Quran



Hussain Saad Al-Zahrani, M.Neuroscience. Graduated in 2015 with project title:  A study on optimal concentrations of isodiospyrin putative inhibitory actions against exonic splicing enhancers of dsytropin gene exon 53 skipping in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD)

Koh Jun Hao, M.Neuroscience. Graduated in 2015 with project title: Examining putative neuronal mechanism of sound therapy in a cohort of chronic tinnitus sufferers at a tertiary audiology centre in East Coast Malaysia