Dr Hazim Ghani

hazim.ghani@ubd.edu.bn

Lecturer, Pengiran Anak Puteri Rashidah Sa'adatul Bolkiah Institute of Health Sciences



     

I completed all my degrees from Imperial College London, UK including BSc Biology (2007-2010), MSc Immunology (2010-2011) and PhD Immunology (2012-2016). During my PhD, I worked with Professor Julian Dyson, Transplantation Biology group with particular focus on the "Optimisation of T cell receptors using in vivo recombination and selection".

I began my position as a lecturer for the Biomedical Science programme at the PAPRSB IHS in May 2017. I am involved in multiple research projects including stingless bee honey, local herbal plants, colorectal cancer and more recently, a COVID-19 serology study.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Immunology, T cell receptors, Stingless Bee Honey, Herbal Plants, Cancer Research, COVID-19

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Bungsu, I, Kifli, N, Ahmad, SR, Ghani, H, & Cunningham, A. (2021). Herbal Plants: The Role of AhR in Mediating Immunomodulation. Frontiers in Immunology, 12:697663.

Kok, K. Y., Chen, L., Idris, F. I., Mumin, N. H., Ghani, H., Zulkipli, I. N., & Lim, M. A. (2021). Conducting multiple mini-interviews in the midst of COVID-19 pandemic. Medical education online, 26(1), 1891610.

Dhaliwal, JS, Rahman, NA, Knights, J, Ghani, H, &de Albuquerque Junior, RF. (2019). The effect of different surface topographies of titanium implants on bacterial biofilm: a systematic review. SN Applied Sciences. 1 (6), 1-16.

Choi, O., Heathcote, D. A., Ho, K.-K., Muller, P. J., Ghani, H., Lam, E. W.-F., Ashton-Rickardt, P.G., & Rutschmann, S. (2012). A deficiency in nucleoside salvage impairs murine lymphocyte development, homeostasis and survival. The Journal of Immunology 188 (8), 3920-3927. http://doi.org/10.4049/jimmunol.1102587

Ghani, H. (2016). Optimisation of T cell receptors using in vivo recombination and selection. https://spiral.imperial.ac.uk/bitstream/10044/1/33347/1/Ghani-H-2016-PhD-Thesis.pdf