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Impak Kerentanan Multidrug Populasi Mikrob Terhadap Kesihatan Veterinar & Awam


Ketua Program
1. Profesor Dr . Latiffah Hassan- Veterinary Public Health and Epidemiology

  • Nama Penyelidik
    2. Professor Dr. Saleha Abdul Aziz - Kesihatan Umum Veterinar 
    3. Profesor Madya Dr. Zunita Zakaria - Molekular Mikrobiologi
    4. Profesor Madya Dr. Arifah Abdul Kadir - Farmakologi Veterinar
    5. Dr. Siti Zubaidah Ramanoon - Epidemiologi dan Perubatan Haiwan Besar
    6. Profesor Madya Dr. Ooi Peck Toong - Perubatan Babi
    7. Profesor Madya Dr. Chen Hui Cheng - Perubatan Haiwan Kesayangan
    8. Profesor Madya Dr. Jalila Abu - Perubatan Avian

    Sinopsis:

    mikroorganisma pelbagai ubat tahan (MDRO) adalah ancaman kesihatan global yang ketara. Program ini memberikan maklumat penting mengenai pemandu epidemiologi, sosial dan molekul MDRO termasuk aktiviti veterinar dan manusia yang berkaitan, penghantaran gen rintangan, evolusi rintangan dadah dan kaedah pengurangan, khusus untuk mereka patogen dikongsi antara haiwan dan manusia; memberi tumpuan kepada patogen bawaan makanan utama seperti E. coli, Salmonella dan Campylobacter dan lain-lain patogen manusia oportunis seperti Klebsiella sp., Acinetobacter sp., dan patogen nosokomial seperti aureus Staphyloccous methicillin tahan dan vancomycin tahan enterococci.

    program ini akan menjana perundangan berasaskan bukti dan dasar bagi penggunaan antibiotik yang akan memanjangkan hayat antibiotik semasa, mengurangkan kos penternakan, meningkatkan terapi dalam kedua-dua haiwan dan manusia, dan memulakan usaha untuk membangunkan alternatif untuk digunakan secara berlebihan

    Kata kunci : Multidrug-resistant pathogens, veterinary antibiotics, public health

    Sorotan Penyelidikan :

    • This research program combines the expertise of researchers from various disciplines such as epidemiology, public health, microbiology, human health and ecology to address each identified program objectives that will in the end link the various sciences into a cohesive whole in understanding how veterinary related activities can affect the environmental and human health.

    • Members from this team are reference persons in several government agencies such as the Department of Veterinary Services, Ministry of Health and are members of several national level working groups and committees such as Interagency Committee on Zoonoses, Technical Group on Zoonoses, National OIE Committee and Occupational Health National Committee.

    • Each members of this team have had at least a decade of experience conducting multidisciplinary research and has produce numerous publications in national and reputable/high impact international journals.

    • Members of this research group have received several national and international research grants in areas related to the proposed program.

    • This research program will provide evidence to shape sustainable policies and guidelines on the use of antimicrobial agents in food animals.

    • This program will initiate the formation of Multidrug Resistant Task Force to monitor the change in resistance pattern over time and work side by side with multiple national agencies to enhance the monitoring of drug resistance.

    Projek Terbaharu :

    • Research University Grant (60,000). Project No. 01/03/10/0956RU. Environmental Sustainability and efficacy of commonly used biocides on VRE isolates from chickens and humans. Jun 2010 - Jan 2013.

      ScienceFund R & D Pertanian. (RM 166,240). Project No. 05-01-04-SF1013. Evaluation of the effectiveness of FMD vaccination in cattle of Malaysian cattle. July 2009 - un 2011

      Research University Grant (60,000). Project No. 04/01/07/0078RU. Close associations with animal and animal products: Does it result in VRE of similar molecular characteristics to be selected in selected human populations? Jun 2007 - May 2009.

      Nuffic Foundation (The Netherlands) (RM 14,000). Molecular epidemiology of vancomycin resistant enterococci from selected populations of poultry, pigs and humans of Peninsular Malaysia. July 2006 - June 2008


      Penerbitan :

      Getachew Y, Hassan L, Zakaria Z, Zaid CZM, Yardi A, Shukor RA, Marawin LT, Embong F, Aziz SA. 2012.
      Characterization and risk factors of vancomycin-resistant Enterococci (VRE) among animal-affiliated workers in Malaysia. Journal of Applied Microbiology. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2672.2012.05406.x (IF 2.5)

      Aklilu E, Zakaria Z, Hassan L, Cheng CH. 2012.
      Molecular Relatedness of Methicillin-Resistant S. aureus Isolates from Staff, Environment and Pets at University Veterinary Hospital in Malaysia. PloS One 7:e43329. (IF 4.5)

      Amare LB, Saleha AA, Zunita Z, Jalila A, Hassan L. 2011.
      Prevalence of Arcobacter spp. on chicken meat at retail markets and in farm chickens in Selangor, Malaysia. Food Control 22:732-736. (IF 2.8)

      Getachew Y, Hassan L, Zunita Z and Saleha AA.
      Enterococcus faecalis isolated from humans, chickens and pigs in Malaysia. Applied and Enviromental Microbiology (reviewed with suggestion of modifications). (IF 4.5)

      Sohayati AR, Hassan L, Jonathan H. Epstein, et al. 2012
      The distribution and risk factors for seroprevalence to Nipah virus (NiV) among the reservoir host pteropid bats in Peninsular Malaysia. Emerging Infectious Diseases. DOI: http://dx.doi.org /10.3201/eid1901.120221 (IF 6.8)

Kemaskini:: 09/10/2017 [mjamil]

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