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UM HIR NEWS (20 Oct 2016)

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The University of Malaya High Impact Research (UM HIR) Programme started in August 2011 with a grant of RM590 million from the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE). The primary objective was to conduct cutting edge fundamental research which can result in ISI/WoS Tier 1 publications, including in Nature and Science journals. Over 180 projects were supported in disciplines like medicine, science, dentistry, engineering, computer science and arts, social science and humanities, with the promise of 3,400 Tier 1 publications.  More Info

UM HIR NEWS (29 June 2016)

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Flexilicate Sdn. Bhd., one of UM startup companies, has once again made the university proud by winning the prestigious Dengue Tech Challenge which is jointly organized and supported by the Newton - Ungku Omar Fund, PlatCOM Ventures Sdn Bhd, the British Council, SME Corp, and Agensi Inovasi Malaysia. HIR congratulates Prof. Dr. Faisal Rafiq Mahamd Adikan, Deputy Vice Chancellor and CEO of the company, for adding another feather to his cap following his company’s recent win of the prestigious Rice Bowl Awards’ Best ASEAN University Start up in 2015.  More Info

UM HIR NEWS (15 June 2016)

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HIR congratulates Associate Professor Dr. Lau Yee Ling and Dr. Amirah Amir, Department of Parasitology, and their research team for the twin publications arising from their HIR funded malaria project in Nature Scientific Reports and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).  More Info

UM HIR NEWS (8 June 2016)

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HIR SUCCESSFUL MODEL IN GROOMING YOUNG SCIENTISTS. HIR Young Scientist, Mr. Alireza Yaghoubi, has written this personal account of the time he spent in HIR in the hope that this will inspire undergraduates to dare to go beyond the routine and achieve the unimaginable. We appreciate his contribution to HIR and wish him every success as he leaves us to pursue his PhD degree.   More Info

UM HIR NEWS (3 June 2016)

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This special project, the brainchild and vision in promoting community engagement projects by our Vice Chancellor, Professor Dato’ Dr. Mohd Amin Jalaludin, has resulted in the building of a low cost model house incorporating green technology using construction materials costing less than RM 20,000. The launching ceremony of this low cost green house was officiated by YB Dato’ Seri Idris Jusoh, Minister of Higher Education, Malaysia on 2 June 2016.   More Info

UM HIR NEWS (1 June 2016)

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Two MoUs were signed between University of Malaya and two French institutions in support of HIR projects headed by Associate Professor Dr. Chan Kok Gan, Institute of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science, during the launch of the ICT-BioAsia Workshop held in UM on 30 May 2016 by the Honorable Minister Datuk Dr. Abu Bakar Mohamad Diah, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. These MoUs involved the University of Malaya, the French National Centre for Scientific Research (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique or CNRS) and the Paris Natural History Museum (Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, MNHN).  More Info

UM HIR NEWS (17 May 2016)

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HIR congratulates Associate Professor Dr. Chan Kok Gan and his research team for the discovery of the plasmid mediated colistin resistance gene (mcr-1), making Malaysia one of the first countries in which scientists found the mcr-1 gene. The study is part of the of UM 1,000 Genome Consortium Project on multidrug resistant bacteria. The paper entitled “Emergence of mcr-1-mediated colistin resistance in Escherichia coli in Malaysia” will appear in the Journal of Antimicrobial Agents.  More Info

UM HIR NEWS (3 May 2016)

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University of Malaya Breast Cancer Research Group was able to continue collaborating with Cancer Research Malaysia (CRM, formerly known as Cancer Research Initiatives Foundation or CARIF) in 2011 following the award of a HIR MoHE grant for Breast Cancer Research to Prof. Dr. Nur Aishah Mohd Taib and Prof. Dato’ Dr. Yip Cheng Har, Department of Surgery, UMMC, as Principal Investigators, and Adjunct Prof. Dr. Teo Soo Hwang, CRM CEO, as Co-PI.  More Info

UM HIR NEWS (29 April 2016)

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HIR Research Business Unit continues its mission of encouraging UM and non-UM researchers to use the equipment at HIR Central Facilities through training workshops and seminars. This will enhance their research capability, leading to publications in high impact journals. In 2015, the Research Business Unit conducted over 20 workshops and seminars which benefited 755 participants.  More Info

UM HIR NEWS (27 April 2016)

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11th April 2016 marked World Parkinson’s Day aimed at raising awareness of Parkinson's disease, promoting a greater understanding of this condition and how it can affect a person. University of Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC) in conjunction with the Malaysian Parkinson’s Disease Association commemorated the occasion on 16 April by organizing the UMMC-MPDA World Parkinson’s Day 2016 at Menara Selatan, UMMC, attended by about 550 patients and caregivers. HIR is grateful to Prof. Dr. Lim Shen Yang, PI of the HIR project, and Co-PI, Dr. Tan Ai Huey, for their dedication and hard work.  More Info

UM HIR NEWS (20 April 2016)

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As we are coming to the home stretch of HIR, it is time to be reflective and review what we have gone through as well as the achievements to date. Starting with an internal sum of RM10 million in February 2010, the former Vice-Chancellor of UM, Tan Sri Dr. Ghauth Jasmon, initiated the High Impact Research (HIR) and challenged researchers to change their mindset and to go for broke to get their scientific works published in ISI Tier 1 journals.  More Info

UM HIR NEWS (19 April 2016)

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The number of the Malaysian elderly population over 60 years old is projected to increase from 2 million in 2010 (7% of total population) to 3.4 million (11%) by 2020. By 2050, it is projected that Malaysia will have an elderly population of at least 9 million, which accounts for 22% of the total population. The triumph of modern society is moving way too fast for the present ageing population, and leaving them adrift in the social, economic and environmental progress. This impact can easily undermine their ability to continue being productive citizens – be it for themselves, their families or the nation.  More Info

UM HIR BREAKING NEWS (15 April 2016)

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Congratulations to Prof. Yvonne A.L. Lim and postdoc Dr. Lee Soo Ching, Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Medicine, for their article “Helminth Infection Promotes Colonization Resistance via Type 2 Immunity” which appeared online on 14 April in the prestigious journal SCIENCE (Impact Factor 33.611). This paper resulted from Prof. Lim’s project, partly funded by HIR, and conducted in collaboration with Dr. P’ng Loke, associate professor at New York University.  More Info

UM HIR NEWS (11 April 2016)

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At engineering@UM, we develop innovative and sustainable solutions that have a positive impact on society and the environment. We achieve this through cultivating creativity with technology, and providing the resources for our academic staff and students to push the boundaries of possibilities and realize their full potential. The High Impact Research (HIR) grant from the Ministry of Higher Education along with the strong support from the top management of UM have made all this a reality. This has led to engineering@UM being ranked amongst the best in international ranking exercises on engineering research and education.  More Info

UM HIR NEWS (6 April 2016)

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Research funding is one of the most critical requirements for establishing a vibrant research culture. For the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology (FSKTM), this requirement was fulfilled through HIR funding in 2011. The funding significantly transformed the research culture at the faculty and allowed it to explore its potential on relatively new ventures through the formation of dedicated research groups. HIR funded projects have also managed to attract foreign research partners from Australia, Canada, China, Saudi Arabia and USA.  More Info

UM HIR BREAKING NEWS (25 March 2016)

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HIR would like to congratulate Prof. Adeeba Kamarulzaman, Dean, Faculty of Medicine, for being an author of a paper entitled “Public Health and International Drug Control” in The Lancet (Impact Factor 45.217). Prof. Adeeba, the country’s foremost researcher and champion on HIV and AIDS, along with other authors of the Johns Hopkins-Lancet Commission on Drug Policy and Health, attended the launch of the Commission’s report on drug policies in a press event in New York City on 24th March 2016. It was held ahead of the UN General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on 19th April.  More Info

UM HIR BREAKING NEWS (16 March 2016)

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HIR hails the breaking news that Prof. Ir. Dr. Mohd Ali Hashim from the Department of Chemical Engineering and Chairman of pre-HIR Committee has published a review article in the journal Chemical Reviews which has an Impact Factor of 46.568. This journal publishes review articles covering general topics in chemistry and many famous scientists are featured in this journal.  More Info

UM HIR BREAKING NEWS (4 February 2016)

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HIR is pleased to announce the publication of a paper in Nature Genetics (Impact Factor 29.352 in 2014) by Prof. Chua Kek Heng, Head of the Department of Biomedical Science, Faculty of Medicine. The paper entitled “High density genotyping of immune-related loci identifies new SLE risk variants in individuals with Asian ancestry” has significant social and medical impact since Asians have higher SLE incidence, more severe disease manifestations and greater risk of organ damage than European-ancestry population. This project is partially funded by a HIR MoHE Grant.  More Info

UM HIR NEWS (7 January 2016)

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HIR – THE FINAL AUDIT. The Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia (MOHE) appointed a team of senior professors from various local universities to audit the progress of HIR. Since HIR will end on 30th June 2016, this audit exercise will be the last before the submission of the final report to MOHE. Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mohd Amin Jalaludin, UM Vice Chancellor and Chairman of HIR Committee, welcomed the panel members and made a presentation, highlighting the progress of HIR in 2015.  More Info

UM HIR NEWS (18 November 2015)

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HIR is pleased to announce the appointment of Sir Richard (Rich) Roberts as a member of the UM HIR Advisory Council. Rich is a British biochemist and molecular biologist and was awarded the 1993 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Phillip Allen Sharp for the discovery of introns in eukaryotic DNA and the mechanism of gene-splicing. He is currently the Chief Scientific Officer at New England Biolabs (NEB), Beverly, Massachusetts, USA.  More Info

UM HIR NEWS (30 October 2015)

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On 26th October 2015, HIR held an appreciation lunch at the new Pusat Alumni Universiti Malaya (PAUM) Clubhouse to honour three HIR researchers for being recipients of various national awards recently. Our Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mohd Amin Jalaludin, as Chairman of HIR Committee, officiated the event. In his speech, Dato’ VC congratulated the three winners, Prof. Dr. Mohd Ali Hashim, Prof. Dr. Hany Ariffin and Miss Chua Ling Ling.  More Info

UM HIR BREAKING NEWS (29 October 2015)

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HIR congratulates Dr. Welyne Jeffrey Jehom from the Department of Gender Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, for having her HIR-funded Pua Kumbu Weaving Industry Project selected as Social and Solidarity Economy Best Practice for Malaysia by SUSY. Human Resources Without Borders (HRWB), an NGO representing France in a consortium of 23 countries, is collaborating with Dr. Welyne within the framework of a European project SUSY.  More Info

UM HIR BREAKING NEWS (21 October 2015)

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Rice Bowls and Flexible Glass: Asean Awards. HIR congratulates Professor Dr. Faisal Rafiq Mahmd Adikan and Dr. Ghafour Amouzad Mahdiraji, Flexilicate (Malaysia), for being selected as one of the 30 finalists in the Rice Bowl Startup Awards 2015. This was announced on 16 October 2015, reflecting the innovation and excellence of startups across Southeast Asia. According to Ashran Dato’ Ghazi, Chairman of New Entrepreneurs Foundation, 376 entries were submitted from nine countries across Southeast Asia and the panel of 35 judges had a tough time evaluating and shortlisting the finalists.  More Info

UM HIR BREAKING NEWS (15 October 2015)

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HIR offers its congratulations to Professor Ir. Dr. Mohd Ali Hashim for winning the 2015 Merdeka Award in the category Outstanding Scholastic Achievement. Congratulation also goes to Miss Chua Ling Ling, a PhD student from the Faculty of Medicine, UM, for being the recipient of the 2015 Merdeka Award Grant for International Attachment.  More Info

UM HIR BREAKING NEWS (6 October 2015)

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An international research team led by the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health has shown that epidemics of dengue across Southeast Asia appear to be linked to the abnormally high temperatures brought on by the El Niño weather phenomenon. Countries involved in this study included Malaysia, Thailand, Lao PDR, Cambodia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Singapore, and the Philippines. The finding was reported in today's issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) and may be a harbinger of a spike in cases of the dangerous hemorrhagic fever throughout Southeast Asian.  More Info
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