Funding

Grant Distribution
Since our establishment, more than RM 15 million worth of research grants has been awarded by various agencies to our research fellows. 

Year

Research Project

2007 173,400
2008 562,075
2009  219,000
2010  345,900
2011  9,783,409
2012  1,882,792
2013 1,079,983
2014  1,350,000
Total   15,396,559
 
 

 

NATIONAL LEVEL RESEARCH FUNDING (MOSTI/FRGS & Others) (2007 – 2012)

No.

Research Project

1.

Metagenomics and metabolomics analysis of human gut microbiota: evaluation of the predisposing mechanisms and probiotic effects on obesity. Project Head – Teh Lay Kek, UiTM,FRGS, MOHE (2012-2014)

2.

Exploring the metabolic regulatory networks of virulence and resistence behaviour of pathogenic klebsiella pneumoniae and proteus mirabilis using whole genome sequencing, proteomics and metabolomics approaches. Project Head – Mohd Zaki Salleh, UiTM, ERGS, MOHE (2012-2014)

3.

Evolutionary Genomics and Anthropological Approaches on the Endangered Malaysian Aborigine Populations: Towards Ensuring their Sustainability. Program Head – Mohd Zaki Salleh, UiTM, LGRS, MOHE (2011-2016)

4.

Top Down LRGS Program Tropical Tuberculosis: Delineating Host-Environment-Pathogen Interactions. Program Head – Norazmi Mohd Nor, USM LRGS, MOHE (2011-2014)

5.

Human thromboxane synthase gene (CYP5A1) and glycoprotein IIb/IIIa complex: Implication in the mechanism of aspirin resistance. Project Head – Teh Lay Kek, UiTM, FRGS, MOHE (2010-2011)

6.

A whole genome analysis of the adaptive power of S. aureus to antibiotics: emergence of methicillin-resistant S. aureus (MRSA) Project Head – Mohd Zaki Salleh, UiTM, FRGS, MOHE (2010-2011)

7.

Unraveling the molecular mechanism attributing to the ultra-rapid metabolism of CYP2C9.Project Head – Fazleen Haslinda Mohd Hatta, UiTM, FRGS, MOHE (2010-2011)

8.

Tacrolimus pharmacogenetics: the influence of genetic polymorphism of CYP3A5, MDR1 and Pregnane X receptor (PXR) in transplant patients. eScience MOSTI, Project Head – Mohd Zaki Salleh (2008-2010)

9.

Genetic polymorphism of drug metabolizing enzymes and estrogen receptors in pharmacogenetics of tamoxifen: implication for optimization of breast cancer treatment. Project Head – Teh Lay Kek, eScience MOSTI, (2008-2010)

10.

The Relevance of Genetic Profile in Optimization Drug Therapy for Thiopurine and 5- Fluorouracils. Project Head – Teh Lay Kek, UiTM, FRGS, MOHE (2007-2009)

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