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Mr Ashiwin Vadiveloo
My memories of the program during my undergraduate has always been pleasant. The course does not only offer high standard of enthusiastic teaching but also a diverse range of subjects which covers various branches in the field of Biotechnology. The skills and passion I developed during my undergraduate are the ones that I still draw on whilst undertaking my own research and writing today and no doubt will prove useful in the future.
PhD Scholor (Post-graduate fellow) / Murdoch University, Australia
Ms. Nyanamalar A/P Batumalai
AIMST Biotechnology programme is one of the best I would say. The lecturers are very dedicated, experienced and knowledgeable. They always present the best to the students. They are very friendly to the students which make us feel very comfortable to meet them anytime and clarify any doubts. In terms of syllabus for the 3 years course, its compact and every important subjects are included. Recently, new subjects been added too, for instance, Intellectual Property which will be very beneficial to the students. In terms of lab facilities, we are very lucky as we can access the lab anytime, sufficient equipments and facilities are there. To conclude, AIMST Biotech Programme will be the best choice. If you are ready to succeed in your life, the Faculty is ready to make u a Biotechnologist. I am proud that I’m part of the AIMST Biotech family.
Junior Research Executive / Algaetech International Sdn Bhd
Ms. Sarah Amirah Sheaik Fareeth
This program is an all-round curriculum for a biotechnology graduate. You are promised to gain great understanding of the theoretical aspects of a subject, also learn various laboratory skills which are the keys to your future undertakings. The teaching staffs are experts in their respective fields, from various fields and working experience, which assure you an insight of the real world scenario.
PhD Scholor in Biotechnology & Enterprise / The University of Manchester, UK
Ms. Thiviyaa D/O M. Othaya Kumar
AIMST Biotechnology programis a multi-disciplinary; intensive curriculum & equips students with great knowledge and skills.
Head of Programme (Foundation in Science) & Lecturer (Diploma & Degree) / Biotechnology at Geomatika University College
Mr Thibaan A/L S.Balakrishnan
A great and an interesting program guided by great and caring lecturers with vast experiences in various fields to make us love what we do and to carve a great pathway for our future.
Project Associate / Biocon Sdn Bhd
Mr Satish Raj Krishnan
AIMST Biotechnology program receives great recognition from top MNCs. A well diverged course for those interested to work in food pharma production/research/acedemic/environmental monitoring and many other fields.
Project Microbiologist / ALS Global Sdn Bhd
|No.||Project Leader||Faculty||Title||Funding Agency|
|1||SNR. ASSOC. PROF. DR. DEIVANAI||FAS||SCREENING OF CINNAMOMUM OSMOPHLOEUM FOR BIOSYNTHESIS OF THERAPEUTIC CINNAMALDEHYDE IN HAIRY ROOT CULTURE||FRGS, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia|
|2||DR. LEE SU YIN||FAS||DISCOVERING AND UNDERSTANDING THE MECHANISM OF PHAGE LYSINS AS ENZYBIOTICS: A NOVEL FUNCTIONAL METAGENOMIC APPROACH||FRGS, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia|
|3||SNR. ASSOC. PROF. DR. SUBHASH J. BHORE||FAS||MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF STAR-FRUIT (AVERRHOA CARAMBOLA) GENES: IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF ESTS FOR NOVEL GENE DISCOVERY||FRGS, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia|
|4||ASSOC. PROF. DR. MATIULLAH KHAN||FOM||ROLE OF PROTEIN MISFOLDING PATHWAY IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA (HCC) CAUSED BY HEPATITIS VIRUS B (HVB) INFECTION||FRGS, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia|
|5||DR. P. SIVACHANDRAN||FAS||NEURAL STEM CELL GENE THERAPY FOR CELL SIGNALING IN PARKINSONS MODEL IN MICE||FRGS, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia|
|6||MS. SITI ZAHARAH||FAHP||EZY INFLATABLE BEDPAN WITH BIODEGRADABLE DISPOSABLE BAG: A BETTER OPTION FOR IMMOBILIZED CLIENT WITH ELIMINATION NEEDS||PRGS, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia|
|7||MR. S. KURUNATHAN||FAS||MOLECULAR BASIS OF THE PLASTICITY POTENTIAL OF DENTAL PULP STEM CELLS TOWARDS REGIONAL SPECIFIC NEURAL PRECURSORS.||FRGS, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia|
|8||MR. S. MAHESWARAN||FAS||ROLE OF HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS (HPV)-MEDIATED MISFOLDING AND LOSS OF NUCLEAR RECEPTOR CO-REPRESSOR (N-CoR) IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF CERVICAL CANCER||FRGS, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia|
|9||MR. G. PRABHAKARAN||FAS||TOWARDS A COMPREHENSIVE UNDERSTANDING ON THE BIOCONVERSION OF BUTTER FAT BY LACTOCOCUS LACTIS FOR PRODUCTION OF CONCENTRATED BUTTER FLAVOUR||FRGS, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia|
|10||DR. C. V. SURESH||FAS||IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL NON-PROTEIN CODING RNAS (npcRNAs) ASSOCIATED WITH GLOBAL TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATOR hfq, IN PATHOGENIC BACTERIA PROTEUS MIRABILIS||FRGS, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia|
|11||DR. SAM ANNIE JEYACHRISTY||FOM||IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF anti-N Cor ( NUCLEAR RECEPTOR CO-REPRESSOR) PROTEASES AND DEFINING THEIR ROLE IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF ACUTE MYELOID LEUKAEMIA (AML-M5) SUBTYPE||FRGS, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia|
|12||MR. M. PRATAP NAIR||FECT||OUTLIER AND ASSOCIATION ANALYSIS BASED DATA MINING MODEL FOR POWER SYSTEM FAULT DETECTION||FRGS, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia|
|13||SNR. ASSOC. PROF. DR. P. BALAKUMAR||FOP||STUDY ON HISTOPATHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISTIC ASPECT OF LOW-DOSE PLEIOTROPIC EFFECTS OF ANTIPLATELET||FRGS, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia|
|14||SNR. ASSOC. PROF. DR. K. MARIMUTHU||FAS||METAGENOMIC ANALYSIS OF GUT MICROBIOME OF FOUR MALAYSIAN NATIVE FRESHWATER FISH SPECIES USING NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING.||FRGS, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), Malaysia|