prof. madya dr. mohd razif bin shahril

pensyarah universiti

pusat kajian penuaan sihat & kesejahteraan (h-care)

No. sambungan :  039287188

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :

  • Mohd Razif Shahril does research in Nutritional Epidemiology and Public Health Nutrition specifically on non-communicable disease (including obesity) prevention and control. Currently, he is actively involved in research related to hybrid dietary pattern, objective measurement of sedentary behaviour, healthy ageing trajectory and their relationship with health outcomes (e.g. quality of life, biomarkers, recurrence) among cancer patients and survivors. He is also working on projects related to innovative dietary assessment methodologies. He works in hand with government agencies, non-government organizations (NGOs) and industries to advocate on healthy eating, cancer and obesity prevention to the public.

  • tilakavati karupaiah, khor ban hock, mohd razif shahril, zulfitri azuan mat daud, shanti krishnasamy, nur amalina muhamad.  (2021).  reduce intake of foods high in fat and limit saturated fat intake.  - malaysian dietary guidelines 2020.  139-158. 

     

    aryati ahmad, nurzaime zulaily, mohd razif shahril, sharifah wajihah wafa, rahmah mohd amin, carmen piernas, amran ahmed.  (2021).  obesity determinants among malaysian 12-year old school adolescents: findings from the hat study.  - bmc pediatrics.  1-9. 

     

    mohd razif shahril, nor syamimi zakarai, geeta appannah, ali nurnazahiah, hamid jan jan mohamed, aryati ahmad, pei lin lua, michael fenech.  (2021).  energy-dense, high-sfa and low-fiber dietary pattern lowered adiponectin but not leptin concentration of breast cancer survivors.  - nutrients.  1-12. 

     

    suhaina sulaiman, mohd razif shahril, nurhidayah mohamad som.  (2021).  pemakanan pesakit kanser.  - 40. 

     

    laila ruwaida mohd zainuddin, che suhaili che taha, mohd razif shahril.  (2021).  design and validation of web-based or online food frequency questionnaire for adults: a scoping review.  - malaysian journal of medicine and health sciences.  320-331. 

     

    suzana shahar, mohd razif shahril, noraidatulakma abdullah, boekhtiar borhanuddin, mohd arman kamaruddin, nurul ain md yusuf, andri dauni, hanisah rosli, nurzetty sofia zainuddin, rahman jamal.  (2021).  development and relative validity of a semiquantitative food frequency questionnaire to estimate dietary intake among a multi-ethnic population in the malaysian cohort project.  - nutrients.  1-12. 

     

    mohd razif shahril, syed amirfaiz, pei lin lua, ali nurnazahiah, nor syamimi zakarai, ving lok kow, aryati ahmad, suhaina sulaiman.  (2021).  prevalence of metabolic syndrome among breast cancer survivors in east coast of peninsular malaysia.  - bmc public health.  1-10. 

     

    mohd razif shahril, nor syamimi zakarai, geeta appannah, ali nurnazahiah, hamid jan jan mohamed, aryati ahmad, pei lin lua, michael fenech.  (2021).  energy-dense, high-sfa and low-fiber dietary pattern lowered adiponectin but not leptin concentration of breast cancer survivors.  - nutrients.  1-12. 

     

    aryati ahmad, nurzaime zulaily, mohd razif shahril, sharifah wajihah wafa, rahmah mohd amin, carmen piernas, amran ahmed.  (2021).  obesity determinants among malaysian 12-year old school adolescents: findings from the hat study.  - bmc pediatrics.  1-9. 

     

    laila ruwaida mohd zainuddin, che suhaili che taha, mohd razif shahril.  (2021).  design and validation of web-based or online food frequency questionnaire for adults: a scoping review.  - malaysian journal of medicine and health sciences.  320-331. 

     

    ain widad abdullah, bee suan wee, rosliza yahaya, marhazlina mohamad, mohd razif shahril, pei lin lua.  (2021).  physical activity and depression during pregnancy: a scoping review.  - international medical journal.  377-382. 

     

    suzana shahar, mohd razif shahril, noraidatulakma abdullah, boekhtiar borhanuddin, mohd arman kamaruddin, nurul ain md yusuf, andri dauni, hanisah rosli, nurzetty sofia zainuddin, rahman jamal.  (2021).  development and relative validity of a semiquantitative food frequency questionnaire to estimate dietary intake among a multi-ethnic population in the malaysian cohort project.  - nutrients.  1-12. 

     

    mohd razif shahril, syed amirfaiz, pei lin lua, ali nurnazahiah, nor syamimi zakarai, ving lok kow, aryati ahmad, suhaina sulaiman.  (2021).  prevalence of metabolic syndrome among breast cancer survivors in east coast of peninsular malaysia.  - bmc public health.  1-10. 

     

    nadzirah hanis zainordin, norimah a karim, mohd razif shahril, ruzita abd talib.  (2021).  physical activity, sitting time, and quality of life among breast and gynaecology cancer survivors.  - asian pacific journal of cancer prevention.  2399-2408. 

     

    suhaina sulaiman, mohd razif shahril, nurhidayah mohamad som.  (2021).  pemakanan pesakit kanser.  - 40. 

     

    sakinah harith, mohd razif shahril, wee bee suan, che suhaili che taha, karimah fakhriah ismail, chin yi ying.  (2020).  garis panduan penyajian hidangan sihat semasa seminar.  - 49. 

     

    tilakavati karupaiah, khor ban hock, mohd razif shahril, zulfitri azuan mat daud, shanti krishnasamy, nur amalina muhamad.  (2021).  reduce intake of foods high in fat and limit saturated fat intake.  - malaysian dietary guidelines 2020.  139-158. 

     

    anis farahin mat wahi, mohd razif shahril.  (2020).  validity and reliability of web based interactive dietary assessment tool among university students in unisza.  - 35th nutrition society of malaysia scientific conference: together towards optimal nutrition.  106. 

     

    syaidatul akmar yusof, mohd razif shahril.  (2020).  validity and reliability of a short form food frequency questionnaire among university students in unisza.  - 35th nutrition society of malaysia scientific conference: together towards optimal nutrition.  122-123. 

     

    nur qamarina husin, mohd razif shahril.  (2020).  characteristics of weight and bmi changes among individuals who perceived to experience an intentional weight loss: a preliminary finding from a malay majority population.  - 35th nutrition society of malaysia scientific conference: together towards optimal nutrition.  83-84.