prof. madya dr. teoh seong lin

pensyarah universiti

jabatan anatomi

 teohseonglin@ukm.edu.my

No. sambungan :  0391458635

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :

  • Dr. Teoh SL is currently the senior lecturer in the Department of Anatomy. He obtained his B.Biomed.Sc (Hons) in 2006 and M.Med.Sc (Anat) in 2009 from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. He then was conferred a PhD (Neuroscience) from Monash University Malaysia in 2016. He is interested in the neuroregeneration and neurodegeneration processes in the brain, in particular, the brain of Danio rerio (zebrafish), hoping to understand the cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in the differential neuroregeneration in the zebrafish brain, where it may involve mechanisms that would be desirable to control in human brain. Deciphering these mechanisms may lead to new treatment strategies for neurodegenerative diseases and brain injuries. He is also interested in the evaluation of different natural products in diabetic wound healing. In this research area, he look into the effects of different herbal extracts on cutaneous wounds of streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. He has tested Momordica charantia, Polygonum minus, Piper betel, Chlorella vulgaris, vitamin E and virgin coconut oil, and found that these treatments accelerated the delayed healing process in diabetic rats. He is currently looking into combining these treatments with different medical wound dressings i.e. hydrogel. This might be able to increase the bioavailability and stability of the natural product and wound be useful in the treatment of diabetic wounds.

  • tan jen kit;suzana binti makpol;teoh seong lin.  (2021).  understanding the brain metabolome of scopolamine-induced memory impairment in zebrafish by lcms.  -

     

    tg fatimah murniwati tg muda, madihah rushaidhi, choy ker woon, jagadeesh dhamodharan, norzana abdul ghafar, wong kah hui, razif abas, teoh seong lin, siti nurma hanim hadie.  (2021).  anatomy teaching and learning in malaysia during the covid-19 pandemic.  - education in medicine journal.  71-81. 

     

    teoh seong lin, amro m. soliman, srijit das.  (2021).  diabetic cardiomyopathy: potential role of natural products.  - 104. 

     

    nellysha namela muhammad abdul kadar, fairus ahmad, seong lin teoh, mohamad fairuz yahaya.  (2021).  caffeic acid on metabolic syndrome: a review.  - molecules.  1-15. 

     

    yong hui nies, nor haliza mohamad najib, wei ling lim, mohd amir kamaruzzaman, mohamad fairuz yahaya, seong lin teoh.  (2021).  microrna dysregulation in parkinson's disease: a narrative review.  - frontiers in neuroscience.  1-13. 

     

    nellysha namela muhammad abdul kadar, fairus ahmad, seong lin teoh, mohamad fairuz yahaya.  (2021).  caffeic acid on metabolic syndrome: a review.  - molecules.  1-15. 

     

    shin jie yong, min hooi yong, seong lin teoh, tomoko soga, ishwar parhar, jactty chew, wei ling lim.  (2021).  the hippocampal vulnerability to herpes simplex virus type i infection: relevance to alzheimer's disease and memory impairment.  - frontiers in cellular neuroscience.  1-19. 

     

    yong hui nies, nor haliza mohamad najib, wei ling lim, mohd amir kamaruzzaman, mohamad fairuz yahaya, seong lin teoh.  (2021).  microrna dysregulation in parkinson's disease: a narrative review.  - frontiers in neuroscience.  1-13. 

     

    amro m. soliman, srijit das, seong lin teoh.  (2021).  next-generation biomarkers in multiple myeloma: understanding the molecular basis for potential use in diagnosis and prognosis.  - international journal of molecular sciences.  1-22. 

     

    srijit das, isa naina mohamed, seong lin teoh, tarrsini thevaraj, ku nurmahirah ku ahmad nasir, azwani zawawi, hazwan hazrin salim and dennis kheng zhou.  (2020).  micro-rna and the features of metabolic syndrome: a narrative review.  - mini-reviews in medicinal chemistry.  626-635. 

     

    kogilavani subermaniam; seong lin teoh; yoon yen yow; yin quan tang; lee wei lim; kah hui wong.  (2021).  marine algae as emerging therapeutic alternatives for depression: a review.  - iranian journal of basic medical sciences.  997-1013. 

     

    srijit das, isa naina-mohamed, mohamed s zulfarina, hazwan hazrin salim, azwani zawawi, tarrsini thevaraj, ku nurmahirah ku-ahmad-nasir, dennis kheng zhou & seong lin teoh.  (2021).  the effect of type, duration and intensity of exercise on inflammatory markers crp, il-6 and il-18 in metabolic syndrome patients: a systematic review.  - sains malaysiana.  1997-2006. 

     

    nor haliza mohamad najib, yong hui nies, syarifah aisyah syed abd halim, mohamad fairuz yahaya, srijit das, wei ling lim and seong lin teoh.  (2020).  modeling parkinsons disease in zebrafish.  - cns & neurological disorders-drug targets.  386-399. 

     

    nr. adib ridzuan, sl. teoh, n. abdul rashid, f. othman, sn. baharum, f. hussan.  (2019).  polygonum minus ethanolic extracts attenuate cisplatin-induced oxidative stress in the cerebral cortex of rats via its antioxidant properties.  - asian pacific journal of tropical biomedicine.  196-203. 

     

    norhashima abd rashid, farida hussan, asmah hamid, nurul raudzah adib ridzuan, teoh seong lin & siti balkis budin.  (2019).  preventive effects of polygonum minus essential oil on cisplatin-induced hepatotoxicity in sprague dawley rats.  - sains malaysiana.  1975-1988. 

     

    teoh seong lin, amro m. soliman, srijit das.  (2021).  diabetic cardiomyopathy: potential role of natural products.  - 104. 

     

    tan jen kit;suzana binti makpol;teoh seong lin.  (2021).  understanding the brain metabolome of scopolamine-induced memory impairment in zebrafish by lcms.  -

     

    jen kit tan, faris hazwan nazar, suzana makpol, seong lin teoh.  (2021).  global metabolomic profiling in the brian of scopolamine-induced cognitive deficit zebrafish.  - the inaugural monash international health science and technology conference (monash initiate 2021).  109. 

     

    faris hazwan nazar, suzana makpol, seong lin teoh, jen kit tan.  (2021).  establishing of zebrafish as a model to study scopolamine-induced amnesia.  - the inaugural monash international health science and technology conference (monash initiate 2021).  108. 

     

    teoh seong lin;srijit das.  (2020).  the effect of metallothionein in zebrafish brain following paraquat exposure.  -

     

    mohamad fairuz yahaya, teoh seong lin, fairus ahmad.  (2019).  effects of kelulut honey on the brain of metabolic syndrome-induced rats.  - 1-19.