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Nornisah Mohamed

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Nornisah Mohamed
Associate Professor
B.Sc. (Hon.) (LaTrobe),
Ph.D (Bath)
J01 Room 010
School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Tel : 604-6533888 Ext. 2212
Email : nornisah@usm.my

Discipline


Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Courses taught


FAR 311/3 Pharmaceutical Analysis I, FAR 312/2 Pharmaceutical Analysis II, FEL 373/2 Drug Modelling

Research Interest


Pharmaceutical analysis; chromatographic method development of drugs in body fluids and N-nitrosamines in foodstuff.

Expertise


Pharmaceutical Analysis, Traditional/Herbal Medicine Research

Current Research


Extraction, isolation and elucidation of compounds from medicinal plants having anti influenza activities.

News Highlight

Launching of Policy Paper: Improving Access to Orphan drugs in Malaysia

Launching of Policy Paper: Improving Access to Orphan drugs in Malaysia

In conjunction with World Rare Disease day on the 28th February, the Institute of Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) has published and launched a policy paper titled “Improving Access to Orphan Drugs in Malaysia,” written by Assoc Prof Dr Asrul Akmal Shafie, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia. The...

USM, FUA SIGN MOU TO COLLABORATE IN JOINT ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES

USM, FUA SIGN MOU TO COLLABORATE IN JOINT ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES

  USM, PENANG, 4 January 2019 – Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Al-Fanar University, Alexandria (FUA), Egypt today for institutional collaboration in joint academic programmes, research and development initiatives, and coordinated training programmes. “As FUA is still very new, we are very keen to...

ALUMNI TEA

ALUMNI TEA

ALUMNI TEA 2018-PPSF USM                                                                                                ...

FUTSAL

FUTSAL

Futsal between alumni, staff n students                                      

CONGRATS DR GOH!

CONGRATS DR GOH!

Dr Goh Choon Fu (University Science Malaysia) won 2nd place for Best Oral Presentation with his research on 'Asian rice-starch based film as a potential buccal delivery system: effect of plasticiser on drug release pattern'! Congratulations!

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