dr. nurkhalida binti kamal

pensyarah universiti

institut biologi sistem (inbiosis)

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :

  • Nurkhalida Kamal graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Chemistry (2005) from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) and a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences (2015) from the University of Strathclyde, Glagsow UK where she completed her PhD in "Isolation and Characterisation of Bioactive Compounds from Vitex pinnata and Associated Fungal Endophytes" under Dr RuAngelie Edrada-Ebel`s supervision . Later she carried out her postdoctoral research in the Natural Products Metabolomics Group (NPMG) under Dr RuAngelie Edrada-Ebel`s supervision which her task was to capture new metabolites from underexplored marine bacteria by embedding holistic metabolomics strategy integrated with efficient bioassays. This project was a collaborative research between the NPMG and Marine Biopolymers Ltd (MBL), a Scottish SME company. Prior to her PhD study, between 2006-2009 she held a position as a Research Assistant in Cancer Research Malaysia (CRM), the only non-profit cancer research accredited laboratory dedicated to Malaysian cancer research under the supervision of Dr Lee Hong Boon. In September 2016 she took up a lecturership in Pharmaceutical Chemisty in the Department of Pharmaceutical Science, Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Cyberjaya and later in 2020 she joined the Institute of System Biology (INBIOSIS), UKM as a lecturer/ research fellow. Her current research interests are on utilizing the application of metabolomics tools such as HR-LCMS, NMR and FTIR to profile and mine secondary metabolites of various biological systems such as plants, microorganisms and mushrooms. She is also interested on looking into the secondary metabolites changes in endophytes by using one strain many compounds (OSMAC) approach or addition of epigenetic modifier for activating cryptic metabolic pathways in biological system. She is the recipient of several awards including the Planta Medica Most Innovative Paper Award for “Metabolomics-Guided Isolation of Anti-trypanosomal Metabolites from the Endophytic Fungus Lasiodiplodia theobromae” (2018)

  • hussah abdullah alshwyeh, sahar khamees aldosary, muna abdulsalam ilowefah, raheem shahzad, adeeb shehzad, saqib bilal, in-jung lee, jannah ahmed al mater, fatima najf al-shakhoari, waad abdulrahman alqahtani, nurkhalida kamal, ahmed mediani.  (2022).  biological potentials and phytochemical constituents of raw and roasted nigella arvensis and nigella sativa.  - molecules.  1-10. 

     

    ahmed mediani, nurkhalida kamal, hamza ahmed pantami, mohammed s. m. saleh, nabil ali al-mekhlafi, nor hadiani ismail, faridah abas.  (2022).  plants and phytomolecules for immunomodulation: recent trends and advances.  - 31. 

     

    pauzi a.n., muhammad n., abdullah n., kamal n.  (2022).  current authentication methods of herbs and herbal products: a systematic review.  - food research.  455-465. 

     

    nursyah fitri, sharon xi ying chan, noor hanini che lah, faidruz azura jam, norazlan mohmad misnan, nurkhalida kamal, murni nazira sarian, mohd aizuddin mohd lazaldin, chen fei low, hamizah shahirah hamezah, emelda rosseleena rohani, ahmed mediani, et. al.  (2022).  a comprehensive review on the processing of dried fish and the associated chemical and nutritional changes.  - foods.  1-28. 

     

    nurkhalida kamal, nurul syahidah mio asni, ivana nur allisya rozlan, muhammad aniq hamzah mohd azmi,noor wini mazlan, ahmed mediani, syarul nataqain baharum, jalifah latip, suvik assaw, ru angelie edrada-ebel.  (2022).  traditional medicinal uses, phytochemistry, biological properties, and health applications of vitex sp.  - plants.  1-35. 

     

    maryam haroon al-soufi, hussah abdullah alshwyeh, nurul hidayah mohd nani, siti norliyana zubaidi, nurul syahidah mio asni, hamizah shahirah hamezah, nurkhalida kamal, hessah al-muzafar, ahmed mediani, et. al.  (2022).  a review with updated perspectives on nutritional and therapeutic benefits of apricot and the industrial application of its underutilized parts.  - molecules.  1-20. 

     

    nurkhalida kamal, nurul syahidah mio asni, ivana nur allisya rozlan, muhammad aniq hamzah mohd azmi,noor wini mazlan, ahmed mediani, syarul nataqain baharum, jalifah latip, suvik assaw, ru angelie edrada-ebel.  (2022).  traditional medicinal uses, phytochemistry, biological properties, and health applications of vitex sp.  - plants.  1-35. 

     

    nursyah fitri, sharon xi ying chan, noor hanini che lah, faidruz azura jam, norazlan mohmad misnan, nurkhalida kamal, murni nazira sarian, mohd aizuddin mohd lazaldin, chen fei low, hamizah shahirah hamezah, emelda rosseleena rohani, ahmed mediani, et. al.  (2022).  a comprehensive review on the processing of dried fish and the associated chemical and nutritional changes.  - foods.  1-28. 

     

    hussah abdullah alshwyeh, sahar khamees aldosary, muna abdulsalam ilowefah, raheem shahzad, adeeb shehzad, saqib bilal, in-jung lee, jannah ahmed al mater, fatima najf al-shakhoari, waad abdulrahman alqahtani, nurkhalida kamal, ahmed mediani.  (2022).  biological potentials and phytochemical constituents of raw and roasted nigella arvensis and nigella sativa.  - molecules.  1-10. 

     

    nurkhalida kamal, muna abdulsalam ilowefah, ayah rebhi hilles, nurul adlina anua, tahani awin, hussah abdullah alshwyeh, sahar khamees aldosary, najla gooda sahib jambocus, areej a. alosaimi, azizur rahman, syed mahmood, ahmed mediani.  (2022).  genesis and mechanism of some cancer types and an overview on the role of diet and nutrition in cancer prevention.  - molecules.  1-27. 

     

    anis asmi azman, nurul nadiah, andi rifki rosandy, afnani alwi, nurkhalida kamal, rozida mohd khalid, muntaz abu bakar.  (2021).  antimicrobial activity and lc-ms data comparison from lichen parmotrema praesorediosum in bangi, selangor, malaysia.  - sains malaysiana.  383-393. 

     

    nursyah fitri, sharon xi ying chan, noor hanini che lah, faidruz azura jam, norazlan mohmad misnan, nurkhalida kamal, murni nazira sarian, mohd aizuddin mohd lazaldin, chen fei low, hamizah shahirah hamezah, emelda rosseleena rohani, ahmed mediani, et. al.  (2022).  a comprehensive review on the processing of dried fish and the associated chemical and nutritional changes.  - foods.  1-28. 

     

    nurkhalida kamal, nurul syahidah mio asni, ivana nur allisya rozlan, muhammad aniq hamzah mohd azmi,noor wini mazlan, ahmed mediani, syarul nataqain baharum, jalifah latip, suvik assaw, ru angelie edrada-ebel.  (2022).  traditional medicinal uses, phytochemistry, biological properties, and health applications of vitex sp.  - plants.  1-35. 

     

    maryam haroon al-soufi, hussah abdullah alshwyeh, nurul hidayah mohd nani, siti norliyana zubaidi, nurul syahidah mio asni, hamizah shahirah hamezah, nurkhalida kamal, hessah al-muzafar, ahmed mediani, et. al.  (2022).  a review with updated perspectives on nutritional and therapeutic benefits of apricot and the industrial application of its underutilized parts.  - molecules.  1-20. 

     

    nurkhalida kamal, muna abdulsalam ilowefah, ayah rebhi hilles, nurul adlina anua, tahani awin, hussah abdullah alshwyeh, sahar khamees aldosary, najla gooda sahib jambocus, areej a. alosaimi, azizur rahman, syed mahmood, ahmed mediani.  (2022).  genesis and mechanism of some cancer types and an overview on the role of diet and nutrition in cancer prevention.  - molecules.  1-27. 

     

    pauzi a.n., muhammad n., abdullah n., kamal n.  (2022).  current authentication methods of herbs and herbal products: a systematic review.  - food research.  455-465. 

     

    ahmed mediani, nurkhalida kamal, hamza ahmed pantami, mohammed s. m. saleh, nabil ali al-mekhlafi, nor hadiani ismail, faridah abas.  (2022).  plants and phytomolecules for immunomodulation: recent trends and advances.  - 31. 

     

    ahmed mediani, nurkhalida kamal, leong sze wei, hussah abdullah alshwyeh, sahar khamees aldosary, nor hadiani ismail.  (2021).  in vitro anticancer activity of some plants used in algerian traditional medicine and chemical markers of the active plants using metabolomics approach.  - 5th international symposium on phytochemicals in medicine and food.  189. 

     

    nurkhalida kamal.  (2021).  unlocking the full potential of secondary metabolites production in fungi via mimicking the natural physiological environment.  - system biology insider.  6-7.