dr. vanitha mariappan

pensyarah universiti

pusat kajian toksikologi & risiko kesihatan (core)

 vanitha.ma@ukm.edu.my

No. sambungan :  0392897131

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :

  • Dr. Vanitha Mariappan is an experienced researcher with a PhD (Distinction) in the field of Medical Microbiology (Bacterial Pathogenesis) from University of Malaya, Malaysia and recipient of the National Science Fellowship from Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI), Malaysia. She has received several other prestigious awards, including the Merck Young Scientist Award 2010 (First Prize - Bioscience Category), Wellcome Trust Travel Grant for Young Investigator 2012 and Young Woman in Science 2018 (Venus Foundation, India). She also received several other fellowships including University of Malaya Bright Spark Fellowship, ASEAN-Republic of Korea Academic Exchange Programme 2014, and The Australia-APEC Women in Research Fellowship 2016. Published nearly 30 publications, which include reviews and research articles in mostly Tier 1 ISI journals. Co-investigator and research mentor for postgraduate students on several projects associated with Gram-negative bacterial pathogenesis (intracellular pathogens), cell biology, molecular biology, immunopathogenesis, proteomics, transcriptomic, metabolomic, epidemiology and bioinformatics. Currently, working on elucidating biofilm-associated antimicrobial resistance of intracellular Gram-negative bacteria. Currently, she is Senior Lecturer at Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, UKM

  • fatin farhana jubaidi, satirah zainalabidin, vanitha mariappan, siti balkis budin.  (2020).  mitochondrial dysfunction in diabetic cardiomyopathy: the possible therapeutic roles of phenolic acids.  - international journal of molecular sciences.  1-24. 

     

    fatin farhana jubaidi, satirah zainalabidin, vanitha mariappan, siti balkis budin.  (2020).  mitochondrial dysfunction in diabetic cardiomyopathy: the possible therapeutic roles of phenolic acids.  - international journal of molecular sciences.  1-24.