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   Tarikh kemaskini : 27-07-2017
dr. nazlina haiza binti mohd yasin

pensyarah universiti

pusat bioteknologi & makanan berfungsi (pbmb)

No. sambungan :  3808

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :
  • Dr. Nazlina Haiza Mohd Yasin is a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Science and Technology, UKM. She graduated from the Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan before joining the Algae Research Group at UKM that is headed by Prof. Ir. Dr. Mohd Sobri Takriff in 2016 as a post-doc research fellow. Her expertise is in the area of Environmental Microbiology and Bioprocess Technology. Professionally she is a member of Malaysian Academic Research on Palm Oil Sustainability (ARPOS) Network. With her passion for research , Dr Nazlina Haiza has successfully develop the “Fun with Microbes@UKM” teaching module to enhance students interest and understanding of Microbiology. She is very active in research work on topics related to microalgae and has successfully established collaboration with the industries and communities.

  • ibdal satar, mimi hani abu bakar, wan ramli wan daud, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, mahendra rao somalu, kim byung hong.  (2020).  feasibility of ni/ti and ni/gf cathodes in microbial electrolysis cells for hydrogen production from fermentation effluent: a step toward real application.  - international journal of energy research.  7464-7476. 

     

    shalini narayanan arisht, peer mohamed abdul, jannatulhawa jasni, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, sheng-kai lin, shu-yii wu, mohd sobri takriff, jamaliah md. jahim.  (2020).  dose-response analysis of toxic effect from palm oil mill effluent (pome) by-products on biohydrogen producing bacteria-a preliminary study on microbial density and determination of ec50.  - ecotoxicology and environmental safety.  1-10. 

     

    gong tao ding, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, mohd sobri takriff, kamrul fakir kamarudin, jailani salihon, zahira yaakob, noor irma nazashida mohd hakimi..  (2020).  phycoremediation of palm oil mill effluent (pome) and co2 fixation by locally isolated microalgae: chlorella sorokiniana ukm2, coelastrella sp. ukm4 and chlorella pyrenoidosa ukm7.  - journal of water process engineering.  1-7. 

     

    ainil farhan mohd udaiyappan, hassimi abu hasan, mohd sobri takriff, siti rozaimah sheikh abdullah, toshinari maeda, nurul asyifah mustapha, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, noor irma nazashida mohd hakimi.  (2020).  microalgae-bacteria interaction in palm oil mill effluent treatment.  - journal of water process engineering.  1-12. 

     

    jannatulhawa jasni, shalini narayanan arisht, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, peer mohamed abdul, sheng-kai lin, chun-min liu, shu-yii wu, jamaliah md jahim, mohd sobri takriff..  (2020).  comparative toxicity effect of organic and inorganic substances in palm oil mill effluent (pome) using native microalgae species.  - journal of water process engineering.  1-9. 

     

    shalini narayanan arisht, peer mohamed abdul, jannatulhawa jasni, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, sheng-kai lin, shu-yii wu, mohd sobri takriff, jamaliah md. jahim.  (2020).  dose-response analysis of toxic effect from palm oil mill effluent (pome) by-products on biohydrogen producing bacteria-a preliminary study on microbial density and determination of ec50.  - ecotoxicology and environmental safety.  1-10. 

     

    jannatulhawa jasni, shalini narayanan arisht, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, peer mohamed abdul, sheng-kai lin, chun-min liu, shu-yii wu, jamaliah md jahim, mohd sobri takriff..  (2020).  comparative toxicity effect of organic and inorganic substances in palm oil mill effluent (pome) using native microalgae species.  - journal of water process engineering.  1-9. 

     

    ainil farhan mohd udaiyappan, hassimi abu hasan, mohd sobri takriff, siti rozaimah sheikh abdullah, toshinari maeda, nurul asyifah mustapha, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, noor irma nazashida mohd hakimi.  (2020).  microalgae-bacteria interaction in palm oil mill effluent treatment.  - journal of water process engineering.  1-12. 

     

    gong tao ding, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, mohd sobri takriff, kamrul fakir kamarudin, jailani salihon, zahira yaakob, noor irma nazashida mohd hakimi..  (2020).  phycoremediation of palm oil mill effluent (pome) and co2 fixation by locally isolated microalgae: chlorella sorokiniana ukm2, coelastrella sp. ukm4 and chlorella pyrenoidosa ukm7.  - journal of water process engineering.  1-7. 

     

    ibdal satar, mimi hani abu bakar, wan ramli wan daud, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, mahendra rao somalu, kim byung hong.  (2020).  feasibility of ni/ti and ni/gf cathodes in microbial electrolysis cells for hydrogen production from fermentation effluent: a step toward real application.  - international journal of energy research.  7464-7476. 

     

    harizah bajunaid hariz, mohd sobri takriff, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, muneer m ba-abbad, noor irma nazashida mohd hakimi.  (2019).  potential of the microalgae-based integrated wastewater treatment and co2 fixation system to treat palm oil mill effluent (pome) by indigenous microalgae; scenedesmus sp. and chlorella sp..  - journal of water process engineering.  1-9. 

     

    nur anira syafiqah hazman, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, mohd sobri takriff, hassimi abu hasan, kamrul fakir kamarudin, noor irma nazashida mohd hakimi.  (2018).  integrated palm oil mill effluent treatment and co2 sequestration by microalgae.  - sains malaysiana. 

     

    nur atikah aryanee nadzri, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, mimi hani abu bakar.  (2018).  siri penyelidikan biosains dan bioteknologi 2018.  - 4. 

     

    nur atikah aryanee nadzri, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, mimi hani abu bakar.  (2018).  siri penyelidikan biosains dan bioteknologi 2018.  - 4. 

     

    mimi hani binti abu bakar;wan ramli bin wan daud;nazlina haiza binti mohd yasin.  (2020).  high carbon dioxide reduction using microbial electro-synthesis system with nickel-based cathodes.  -

     

    shaima abdulfattah gamal, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, nazlina ibrahim.  (2019).  antibacterial activity and cytotoxic properties of microalgae extract.  - 7th international symposium on applied engineering and sciences (saes2019).  9.