Attendance on campus is strictly limited to permitted workers and exempt students; face masks must be worn at all times. If unwell, get tested and do not come to campus. View our latest COVID-19 updates.
Dr Feisul Idzwan Mustapha joined the SEACO Scientific Advisory Group in 2013. He graduated with an MBBS degree from the Newcastle University, United Kingdom in 1997 and subsequently obtained an MPH in Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the National University of Malaysia (UKM) in 2006. He joined the Disease Control Division (Non-Communicable Diseases Sector) at the Ministry of Health in Putrajaya as a Public Health Specialist in 2006, where he is currently engaged in the practice of public health in the prevention and control of non-communicable diseases (NCD), with special focus on diabetes and obesity. In 2008, he was inducted as a member of the Academy of Medicine, Malaysia. He led the development of the “National Strategic Plan for Non-Communicable Diseases” (NSP-NCD), which was launched in December 2010. NSP-NCD now provides the framework for Malaysia’s response to the increasing burden of NCD in the country. He was also Chair of the Technical Working Group for NCD risk factors in the 2011 National Health and Morbidity Survey (NHMS). He is currently involved in several studies relating to diabetes and obesity in Malaysia, providing expertise in epidemiology and biostatistics.
Dato’ Dr Goh Pik Pin joined the SEACO Scientific Advisory Group in 2016. She is currently the Director of the Clinical Research Centre at the Malaysian Ministry of Health. After graduating from Universiti Sains Malaysia in 1988, she obtained a Master of Medicine from the National University of Singapore (1994), Master in Ophthalmology from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (1995), Master in Public Health/Public Health Ophthalmology from Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University (2001). She contributed to the launch of the Entry Point Project on Clinical Research Malaysia, which was part of the National Key Economic Areas under the Economic Transformation Program. She is one of the directors of Clinical Research Malaysia, a government-owned corporation established to promote industry-sponsored research in Malaysia, and a member of the MOH Medical Research Ethics Committee. Dato’ Goh was involved in various international and national research projects and played an important role in a few population-based studies such as National Eye Survey, Refractive Error Study in Children, National Health and Morbidity Survey and World Health Survey. She was part of the team that set the standard in cataract surgery. She has published 47 peer-reviewed articles in local and international journals and has been awarded the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Award, the Prime Minister’s Award, Malaysia in 2000 and Outstanding Service in Prevention of Blindness Award by the Asia Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology in 2011.
Professor Dr Mary Ann Lansang is a Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases) and Clinical Epidemiology at the University of the Philippines. She has been a faculty member there since 1984 and is currently Chief of the Section on Infectious Diseases at the Department of Medicine. Dr Lansang was the first Director of the first Clinical Epidemiology Unit established at the University’s College of Medicine in 1984. She became the Executive Director of the International Clinical Epidemiology Network (2000-2005) and Director of the Knowledge Management Unit of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (2008-2012). She has served as a member of various international scientific committees and boards, among them, the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases, the Council on Health Research for Development, and the Alliance on Health Policy and Systems Research. She has more than 20 years of experience in global health with technical expertise in epidemiology, prevention, control and management of infectious and tropical diseases. She has also been involved in policy development for public health programs, including maternal, neonatal and childhood health and nutrition, the monitoring and evaluation of public health programs, health policy research and knowledge translation and health systems strengthening. She was also the project leader of the 2016 National Tuberculosis Prevalence Survey in the Philippines. She is published widely in peer-reviewed international journals on infectious and tropical diseases, as well as health policy and systems research.
Dr. Tahir is the Director of the National Institute of Public Health in the Ministry of Health, Malaysia. Dr. Tahir has been a member of the Scientific Advisory Group since its establishment in 2011, and represents the Deputy Director General of Health (Research), Ministry of Health, Malaysia.
Professor Tin Tin Su joined Monash University Malaysia as a Professor in Public Health and was appointed as Deputy Director of SEACO in August 2018. She is currently a public health physician. She graduated from the Institute of Medicine (I), Yangon (1991), completed her Master’s degree in Community Health and Health Management (2001) and obtained her Doctorate in Medicine from the School of Medicine, Heidelberg University, Germany (2006). She has practical and research experience in Myanmar, Germany, Nepal, Burkina Faso and Malaysia. Her research focus includes health system and policy, social determinants of health, cancer awareness & health literacy, and community health development. Prof Tin Tin Su is currently active with the International Health Literacy Association, and Asia Health Literacy Association, where she was Vice President from 2014 to 2016.