Census stakeholders

Latiffah Hassan
Human Health

Prof Dr Latiffah Hassan is a veterinary public health epidemiologist and academician at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM). She graduated with a DVM at UPM and later received her doctorate degree from Cornell University. Her research interest covers one health issues, specifically epidemiology of emerging infections and antimicrobial resistance. She sits in Editorial Boards of a few top ranking academic journals and is an avid advocate for One Health.

She has been regularly invited to speak at national and international seminars and conferences, and is a familiar face at interagency platforms locally and internationally. Currently, she is the Head of the Department of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnostics at UPM as well as the Coordinator of Malaysia One Health University Network
(MyOHUN).

Contact : latiffah@upm.edu.my

Raja Khairul Adli
Environmental Health

Raja Khairul Adli Raja Kamalzaman is currently the Project Manager at the National Coordinating Office (NCO) of the Malaysia One Health University Network (MyOHUN). He graduated from Keele University, United Kingdom in Economics and Human Resource Management and later pursued his International Masters in Regional Integration at Universiti Malaya.

He has been with the MyOHUN NCO since its establishment in 2013 at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Universiti Putra Malaysia.

Contact : eddie@myohun.com

Nur Indah Ahmad
Animal Health

Dr Nur Indah Ahmad is a senior lecturer in veterinary public health at the Department of Veterinary Pathology and Microbiology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Universiti Putra Malaysia. She graduated with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from Universiti Putra Malaysia in 2007, obtained her MSVc in Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics from Utrecht University in 2010 and a PhD from the University of Edinburgh in 2016.

She also serves as the Deputy Coordinator at the National Coordinating Office, Malaysia One Health University Network (MyOHUN). Her research focuses on antimicrobial resistant Escherichia coli in pets and is also involved in various zoonotic bacteriology projects including Campylobacter and Salmonellae in village chickens and aquatic animals, perceptions of pet owners in Malaysia towards COVID-19 and rodent-borne zoonoses. She is active in community education outreach activities on zoonoses and preventive measures to community members including children and Indigenous people and as invited speaker and facilitator for various One Health-related activities involving undergraduate students within Malaysia and the Southeast Asia region.

Contact : nurindah@upm.edu.my

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