Nurul Azmawati Mohamed
Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, Bandar Baru Nilai, Malaysia
Dr. Nurul Azmawati Mohamed received her medical degree from the University of Sheffield in 2002. She worked as a medical officer for five years before joining the Faculty of Medicine and Health Science, UniversIti Sains Islam Malaysia in 2007. She pursued a Masters of Pathology (majoring in Medical Microbiology) in the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and graduated in 2012. She is currently a Clinical Microbiologist, practicing in the microbiology laboratory and also teaches undergraduate and post-graduate students. She received multiple national and international grants for infectious diseases and infection control related projects. Her areas of interest are infection control in the community, one health, and natural antimicrobial products. She has published 50 journal articles and six books. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she led projects on gargling with antiseptic including a pilot clinical trial and in vivo studies. Apart from research, she frequently appeared on national television and on radio talking about COVID-19 and vaccines. She has also written for newspapers regarding infectious diseases and prevention.