CONFERENCE: ORAL PRESENTATIONS
International Seminar on Islamic Civilization and Thoughts (2017): Oral Presentation Title: Neural Representation of Theta Rhythm in Passive Listening of Melodic, Rhythmic Recitations of Quranic Ayatul Kursi Verse. Presented by Mas Syazwanee Shab
Kelantan Research Day (October 2016): Oral Presentation Title: Delineating the roles of diffusion tensor imaging and microthrombogenic haemostatic assays for cerebral small vessel disease in apparently asymptomatic individuals. Presented by Che Mohd Nasril
2nd World Congress on Integration and Islamicisation: Focus on Medical and Health Care Sciences (October 2016): Oral Presentation Title: Exploring the Neural Correlate of Alpha Brainwaves Signals in Receptive Auditory Quranic and non-Quranic Stimulation. Presented by Nurfaizatul Aisyah Ab Aziz
Malaysia Falling Wall Labs (August 2016): Oral Presentation: Breaking the Wall of Occult Cerebrovascular Disease. Presented by Che Mohd Nasril
International Conference on Social Sciences 2015 (USM-ICOSS 2015): Oral Presentation Title: Brainwave Theta Signal Response during Receptive Auditory Quranic and Non-Quranic Stimulation: A Pilot Study. Presented by Nur Syairah Ab. Rani
CONFERENCE: POSTER PRESENTATIONS
Paper accepted by International Neuroinformatic Coordinating Facility (INCF) – Neuroinformatics Conference 2018; Montreal, Canada (August 2018): Poster Presentation Title (Che Mohd Nasril): Region of interest analysis in temporal changes of white matter integrity of cerebral small vessel disease in apparently asymptomatic individual: A DTI study.
Asian and Oceanian Myology Centre (AOMC) – Malaysian Society of Neuroscience (MSN) Conference (July 2018): Poster Presentation Title: Cerebral small vessel disease (CSVD) in apparently asymptomatic individuals: multimodalities longitudinal study. (Best Poster Award), Presented by Che Mohd Nasril
MyNeuro 2017 Conference (August 2017): MSN Educational Grant Recipient: Poster Presentation Title: Exploring potential microthrombogenic markers for cerebral small vessel disease (CSVD) in apparently asymptomatic individuals: Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and haemostatic assay studies, Presented by Che Mohd Nasril
Muzaimi M., Nasril C. M., Niferity A., Amanina M. S., Mazira G. Cerebral Small Vessel Disease (CSVD) – lessons from the animal models. Contribution of Translational Animal Models to the Systems Biology of Neurodegenerative Disorders. Frontiers in Neuroscience. SUBMITTED: August 2018 (Board review)
Mustapha, M., Rani, N. S. A., Reza, M. F., Daud, W. N. W. & Ghani, M. A. A. (2016). Neurotechnological Advances in Exploring Melodic Recitation of the Noble Qur’an: Uncovering the Neural Circuitry in the Human Brain. In: Kamali, M. H. (ed.), Islamic Perspectives on Science and Technology. Singapore: Springer Science+Business Media, pp 229-235
International Brain Research Organization (IBRO)-APRC School on Neuroinformatics and Brain Connectivity Analysis 2017 KL (August 2017): IBRO Travel Grant Recipient. BRAR Team Members Representative: Che Mohd Nasril and Amanina Mohd Safri.
International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM)-24th Annual Meeting and Exhibition Singapore 7th – 13th May 2016: BRAR Team Members Representative: Che Mohd Nasril