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Seminar 1: Immunity – A Double Edged Sword!

“IMMUNITY-A Double Edged Sword!” by: Prof. Prabha Balaram (School of Biological Sciences) DATE:  Wednesday, 8th August, 2012 TIME: 3-4pm VENUE: Lecture Room 1, Third Floor, Main building QIUP ABSTRACT IMMUNITY- A Double Edged Sword! IMMUNITY refers to a state of having sufficient biological defenses to resist infection, or invasion by foreign agents, protection from the …

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Seminar 2: Common Musculoskeletal & Associated Health Problems – Remedies with Applied Ergonomics

“Common Musculoskeletal & Associated Health Problems: Remedies with Applied Ergonomics” by: Associate Professor K.S. Ramakrishnan Faculty of Pharmaceutical & Allied Health Sciences DATE: 26th September, 2012 (Wednesday) TIME: 3-4pm VENUE: Lecture Room 2, Third Floor, Main building QIUP ABSTRACT Ergonomics is the scientific discipline concerned with the understanding of interactions among humans and other elements …

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Seminar 3: What is Student-Centred Learning and How to Implement It

“What is Student – Centered Learning and How to Implement It” by: Professor Dr. Alam Sher Malik Faculty of Medicine DATE: 30 October, 2012 (Tuesday) TIME: 3-4pm VENUE: Lecture Room 5, Third Floor, QIUP, Plaza Teh Teng Seng ABSTRACT Student-centered learning (SCL) shifts the focus from teaching to learning and from teacher to student. It …

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Seminar 4: Trans-disciplinary Research for Elimination of Lymphatic Filariasis – The Way Forward

Trans-disciplinary Research for Elimination of Lymphatic Filariasis: The Way Forward by: Professor Dr. Subhada Prasad Pani MBBS, MD, PhD, FISCD Faculty of Medicine DATE: 20 December, 2012 (Thursday) TIME: 3-4pm VENUE: Lecture Room 2&3, Third Floor, QIUP, Plaza Teh Teng Seng ABSTRACT Lymphatic filariasis is a neglected tropical parasitic infectious disease targeted for global elimination …

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Seminar 5: Environmental Genomics – Pathogen Surveillance, Tracing the Source of Human Cases and Health Compliance

“Environmental Genomics – Pathogen Surveillance, Tracing the Source of Human Cases and Health Compliance” by: Dr. Shaharuddin A. DATE:  Wednesday, 23rd January, 2013 TIME: 3-4pm ABSTRACT Recent advances in human and molecular genetics provide an unparalleled opportunity to understand how genes and genetic changes interact with environmental stimuli to either preserve health or cause disease. …

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Seminar 6: Glimpses of History of Medicine with a Twist in the Tail

“Glimpses of History of Medicine with a Twist in the Tail” by: Prof. Dr. Ramesh Kumar Marya Professor and Head, Dept. of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine DATE: 27th February, 2013 (Wednesday) TIME: 3-4pm VENUE: Lecture Room 4 @ Level 3, QIUP, Plaza Teh Teng Seng ABSTRACT In this talk, the speaker briefly reviews the development …

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Seminar 7: Conservation of Plant Germplasm – A Cryopreservation Approach

“CONSERVATION OF PLANT GERMPLASM: A CRYOPRESERVATION APPROACH” by: Professor Dr. Paul T. Lynch Biological Sciences Research Group Faculty of Education, Health & Sciences School of Sciences, University of Derby United Kingdom DATE: 14 March 2013 (Thursday) TIME: 3-4pm VENUE: Lecture Room 2 & 3 @ Level 3, QIUP, Plaza Teh Teng Seng ABSTRACT Conservation of …

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Seminar 8: Virulence Factors – How Pathogenic Bacteria Overcome our Defence Systems

“Virulence Factors: How Pathogenic Bacteria Overcome our Defense Systems” by: Dr. Diethelm Kleiner Professor of Microbiology (Retd.) Univ. of Bayreuth, Germany DATE: 10 April 2013 (Wednesday) TIME: 3-4pm VENUE: Student Centre, QIUP, Plaza Teh Teng Seng ABSTRACT Pathogenic bacteria are able to overcome the defence systems of their prey with the help of virulence factors …

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Seminar 9: Burkholderia pseudomallei Causing Melioidosis – Research Challenges and Opportunities, 100 Years after its Discovery

“Burkholderia pseudomallei Causing Melioidosis:  Research Challenges and Opportunities, 100 Years after its Discovery” by: Dr. Natesan Vijayalakshmi Senior Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Medicine, QIUP DATE: 22 May 2013 (Wednesday) TIME: 3 – 4 p.m VENUE: Lecture Room 4, Applied Sciences Building, QIUP ABSTRACT It has been exactly a century since Whitmore and …

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Seminar 10: Phishing Attacks – How Vulnerable Are We?

“Phishing Attacks – How Vulnerable Are We?” by: Mr Jayaseelan Vejayon Assistant Director, Information & Communications Technology Division, QIUP DATE: 19 June 2013 (Wednesday) TIME: 3 – 4 p.m VENUE: Lecture Room 4, Applied Sciences Building, QIUP ABSTRACT Phishing is the term coined in the computer world for the fraudulent or deceptive act to acquire …

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