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Profesor Dr. Mohd Hair Bejo

Profesor Dr. Mohd Hair Bejo

Doktor Falsafah (1990) -  University of Liverpool, England.
Doktor Perubatan Veterinar (1985) - Universiti Pertanian Malaysia.

Bidang Kepakaran : Patologi Veterinar
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E-mel  : mdhair@upm.edu.my
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Jabatan Patologi & Mikrobiologi Veterinar
Fakulti Perubatan Veterinar, Universiti Putra Malaysia, 43400 UPM, Serdang
Selangor Darul Ehsan.

Undergraduate

  1. VPM 4110 (0+2): Avian Pathology. Final Year, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) - Coordinator / Lecturer.
  2. VPM 3417 (3+1) Veterinary Pathology III, Third Year, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) - Coordinator / Lecturer.
  3. VPM 3416 (3+1): Veterinary Pathology II. Third Year, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) – Lecturer.
  4. VPM 4170 (0+2): Diagnostic Veterinary Practice. Final Year, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) – Coordinator / Lecturer.
  5. VPK 4680 (2+0): Avian Medicine. Fourth Year, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) – Lecturer.
  6. VPK 3700 (0+1): Introduction to Clinic I. Fourth Year, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) – Lecturer.
  7. VPK 3701 (0+1): Introduction to Clinic II. Fourth Year, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) – Lecturer.
  8. VPK 3710 (0+2): Veterinary Clinic I. Final Year, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) – Lecturer.
  9. VPK 3711 (0+6): Veterinary Clinic II. Final Year, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) – Lecturer.
  10. VPD 4902 (0+3): Applied Veterinary Science. Final Year, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) – Lecturer.
  11. VPD 4901 (0+6): Animal Industry Project. Final Year, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) – Supervisor.


Postgraduate

  1. SPS 5999 (0+9): Master’s Research. Master of Veterinary Science (MVSc) and Master of Science (MS) - Supervisor and Co-supervisor.
  2. SPS 6999 (0+9): PhD’s Research. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Supervisor and Co-supervisor.
  3. VPM 5111 (2+1): Diagnostic Avian Pathology. Masters of Veterinary Science (MVSc) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Coordinator / Lecturer.
  4. VPM 6111 (2+1): Special Topic in Avian Pathology. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Coordinator / Lecturer.
  5. VPD 5901 / VPD 5903 / SPS 5903 (0+1): Seminar Masters of Veterinary Science (MVSc) and Master of Science (MS) - Coordinator / Supervisor and Co-supervisor.
  6. VPD 6901 / 6902 / SPS 6903 (0+1): Seminar. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Coordinator / Supervisor and Co-supervisor.

A. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

  1. Amanullah Akhtar (Pakistan). Pathogenicity of Malaysian isolates of Salmonella enteritidis phage types in specific pathogen-free chicken for the development of vaccine, Main Supervisor. Graduated: 2012.
  2. Majed H Mohammed (Iraq). Molecular characterisation, attenuation and inactivation of very virulent infectious bursal disease virus for development of tissue culture-based vaccines, Main Supervisor. Graduated: 2010.
  3. Nurulfiza Mat Isa (Malaysia). Molecular characterisation and VP2 expression of infectious bursal disease virus isolated in Malaysia for the development of diagnostic kits and recombinant vaccine. Main Supervisor. Graduated: 2008.
  4. Mohd Ali Bahmaninejad (Iran). Molecular characterisation and pathogenicity of infectious bursal disease virus isolated in Iran, Main Supervisor. Graduated: 2004.
  5. Tan Do Yew (Malaysia). Infectious bursal disease virus: its genomic properties, evolution and infection to the head-associated lymphoid tissues of chickens. Main Supervisor. Graduated:  2004.
  6. Phong Su Fun (Malaysia). Characterisation of infectious bursal disease virus isolated in Malaysian for development of diagnostic tools. Main Supervisor. Graduated: 2002.
  7. Kuttichantran a/l Subramaniam (Malaysia). Detection, genetic characterization & pathogenicity of infectious spleen and kidney necrosis virus (Megalocytivirus) from farm-reared ornamental fish in Malaysia. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2014.
  8. Davood Zare (Iran). Biosynthesis and biodegradation of urocanic acid, a compound implicated in histamine toxicity, and assessment of biogenic amines relation to urocanic acid content in selected fish and fish products. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2013.
  9. Mehdi Rasoli Pirozyan (Iran). Immune system regulation and response during infectious bursal disease virus and Newcastle virus infections in chickens. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2013.
  10. Masomeh Firouzamandi (Iran). Development of DNA vaccine containing HN and F gene of Newcastle disease virus and its efficacy following in vivo and in ovo immunizations. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2013.
  11. Parvaneh Mehrbod (Iran). Statin modulation of influenza virus H1N1 infection in MDCK cells by molecular signaling pathways. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2013.
  12. Seyed Mohamad Hashemi (Iraq). The effects of dietary putrescine on performance, nutrients digestibility, intestinal morphology and tissue polyamine in broiler chickens. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2013.
  13. Babak Jalilian (Iran). Development of influenza H5N1 DNA vaccine using MDP-1 of Mycobacterium bovis. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2013
  14. Abdul Rahman D Abdul Hadi (Iran). Isolation, charcterisation and development of an ELISA kit based on NS1 recombinant protein for detection of equine influenza virus. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2012.
  15. Mauida F Hasoon (Iraq). Isolation and characterization of viral nervous necrosis virus affecting giant sea perch (L. calcalifer) and grouper fish cultured in Malaysia. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2012.
  16. Mustapha Bala Abubakar (Nigeria). Expression of avian influenza virus H5N1 and NS1 protein in Pichia pastoris yeast expression system. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2012.
  17. Lim Kian Lam (Malaysia). Development of DNA vaccines against H5N1 and characterization of the vaccine induced immune responses and immunity. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2012.
  18. Elham Maroufyan Mohammad Ali (Sudan). Selected essential amino acid and fatty acid supplementation on growth performance and immune response of broiler chickens challenged with infectious bursal disease virus. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2012.
  19. Mozhdeh Emadi (Iran). Growth performance and immune responses influenced by arginine and tryptophan in broilers challenged by vaccine strain of infectious bursal disease virus. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2012.
  20. Reza Tohidi (Iran). Effect of two candidate genes and microsatellites on the Salmonella enteritidis burden in spleen and cecum, and vaccine response of F1 young Malaysia native chickens. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2012.
  21. Amer Khazaal Salih (Iraq). Isolation and identification of Feline coronavirus. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2012.
  22. Seyed Mohamad Hashemi (Iraq). Effect of putrescine on nutrients digestibility and plasma metabolites in broilers. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2011.
  23. Didik Handijatno (Indonesia). Recombinant vaccine against Pasteurellosis of chickens and ducks. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2011.
  24. Amir Meimandi Peur (Iran). Molecular analysis of bacteria in the ileum and caecum of broiler chickens feed with probiotics supplemented diet under stress condition. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2010.
  25. Lim Yin Sze (Malaysia). Probiotic characterisation of Lactobacillus plantarum strains isolates from local food. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2010.
  26. Mohammad Houshmand (Iran). Non antibiotic growth promoters in broiler production. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2010.
  27. Syed Reza Hashemi (Iran). The herbal plants as growth and health promoters in poultry. Co- supervisor. Graduated: 2009.
  28. Kong Lih Ling (Malaysia). Development of Gumbodif: a rapid diagnostic kit for detection and differentiation of infectious bursal disease virus subtypes. Co- supervisor. Graduated: 2009.
  29. Tan Sheau Wei (Malaysia). Development of rapid diagnostic method for detection and differentiation of Newcastle disease virus pathotypes. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2008.
  30. Mohammad Ebrahim Jalil Zorriehzahra (Iran). Investigation of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus as a possible causative agent of rainbow trout fry mortality syndrome in Iran. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2008.
  31. Nguyen Tien Thanh (Vietnam). Effects of feeding metabolite from Lactobacillus plantarum on broiler performance. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2008.
  32. Aied Mohammed Hamood (Iran). Cytolytic effect of Newcastle disease virus on leukemia cell line in vitro and in vivo. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2008.
  33. New New Htin (Myanmar). Dietary fat with varying fatty acid saturation in broiler chickens under high ambient temperatures. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2006.
  34. Chong Lee Kim (Malaysia). Molecular studies of a highly virulent strain of infectious bursal disease virus and production of VP2 recombinant protein. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2003.
  35. Mustafa Fadhil Mohammed (Iraq). Utilization of palm kernel cake in Muscovy ducks.  Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2003.
  36. Md Mahfuzul Hoque (Bangladesh). Pathogenicity and molecular characterisation of the VP2 gene of infectious bursal disease virus. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2001.
  37. Md Ershaduzzaman (Bangladesh). Characterisation of Eperythozoon ovis from sheep and goats in Malaysia. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2001.
  38. Shah Md Ziqrul Haq Chowdhury (Bangladesh). Molecular characterisation, pathogenicity and immunological studies of chicken anaemia virus isolated in Malaysia. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2001.
  39. Nor Yasmin Abd Rahman (Malaysia). Isolation, characterization and quantitive proteomics analysis of chicken dendritic cells following infectious bursal disease virus infection. Co-supervisor. Graduated 2015.
  40. Faruku Bande (Nigeria). Development, immune response and protective capacity of bivalent DNA vaccine for immunization of chickens against avian infectious bronchitis. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2015.
  41. Arezoo Erfanian (Iran). Effect of formulation and processing conditions in fortified menopausal women milk formulation. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2015.
  42. Anuradha Karunakaramoorthy (Malaysia). Effects of postbiotic produced by Lactobacillus plantarum strains on talapia, Oreochromis niloticus. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2015.
  43. Lim Jin Nee (Malaysia). Molecular characterisation and generation of mutant infectious bursal disease virus for development of reverse genetic vaccines. Main Supervisor. Thesis submitted for examination: September 2015.
  44. Liew Pit Sze (Malaysia). Internal ribosome entry site driven translation approach for the development of transgenic plant vaccine against infectious bursal disease in chickens. Main Supervisor. Thesis submitted for examination: September 2015.
  45. Hussein Abdallah Elawad Mahmoud (Sudan). Development of in situ PCR for characterization, detection, and tissue tropism determination of important viruses in chickens. Main Supervisor. On-going.
  46. Nafiu Lawal (Nigeria). Adaptation, attenuation and molecular characterisation of very virulent infectious bursal disease virus for development of tissue culture based vaccine. Main Supervisor. On-going.
  47. Norfitriah Mohd Sohaimi (Malaysia). Attenuation, molecular characterisation and pathogenicity of fowl adenovirus in chickens for development of vaccine. Main Supervisor. On-going.
  48. Nguyen Phuc Khanh (Vietnam). Genomic and immunopathogenic characterization of Malaysia infectious bronchitis virus isolates. Co-supervisor. On-going.
  49. Noor Farhana Mohd Isa (Malaysia). Transcriptomic analysis of bursal-infected infectious bursal disease virus from various chicken lines. Co-supervisor. On-going.
  50. Mohammad Reza Taherian (Iran). Dietary electrolyte balance affects incidence of broiler ascites in stress and normal conditions. Co-supervisor. On-going.
  51. Mozhgan Mollayee (Iran). Construction and expression of influenza H9N2 DNA vaccine in Salmonella typhimurium and its clinical trial. Co-supervisor. On-going.
  52. Mohammad Zareian Jahromi (Iraq). Characterisation of natural killer cells, dendritic cells and their interactions during infectious bursal disease infection in chickens. Co-supervisor. On-going.
  53. Haryti Shila Mohamad Wali (Malaysia). Determination of the role of mitochondria in modulating chicken innate immunity following virulent Newcastle disease virus infection. Co-supervisor. On-going.
  54. Azadeh Bahadoran (Iran). Peptide-conjugated dendrimer as a DNA vaccine platform. Co-supervisor. On-going.

 
B. Master of Veterinary Science (MVSc), Master of Science (MS), Master of Veterinary Medicine (MVM)

  1. Ahmad S Farag, MVSc (Iraq). Characterization and pathogenicity of Salmonella enteritidis of Malaysian Isolates in chickens. Main Supervisor. Graduated: 2010.
  2. Almenesh Woldeyes Yimer MVSc (Ethopia). Pathogenicity of group I avian adenovirus isolates of Malaysia. Main Supervisor. Graduated: 2009.
  3. Khor Sok Fang, MS (Malaysia). Adaptation and attenuation of very virulent infectious bursal disease virus in avian and mammalian cell culture for vaccine development. Main Supervisor. Graduated: 2007.
  4. Roosevien Farida Nilawati Rachmat, MVSc (Malaysia). Characterisation and pathogenicity of infectious bursal disease virus isolated in Malaysia. Main Supervisor. Graduated: 2006.
  5. Kenny Voon Goh Leong, MS (Malaysia). Apoptosis induced by antigenic protein of infectious bursal disease virus. Main Supervisor. Graduated: 2005.
  6. Karuna Sharma, MVSc (Nepal). Pathogenicity and molecular characteristics of infectious bursal disease virus isolates of Nepal. Main Supervisor. Graduated: 2004.
  7. Thu Zar Than @ Hafiza Hashim, MVSc (Myanmar). Studies on local Malaysian isolates of infectious bursal disease virus for vaccine development. Main Supervisor.  Graduated: 1996.
  8. Nik Mohd Faiz Nik Mohd Azmi, MVM (Malaysia). Molecular characterisation and antimicrobial susceptibility of avian pathogenic Escherichia coli isolates. Main Supervisor. Graduated: 2011.
  9. Olubodun Joshua Omolayo, MS (Nigeria). Effect of dietary supplementation of glutamine and glutamic acid on performance and physiology of broiler chickens under heat stress condition. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2015.
  10. Juliana Mohd Ayob, MS (Malaysia). Construction of Malaysian low pathogenic Fowl Adenovirus recombinant vector for protein delivery. Co- supervisor. Graduated: 2014.
  11. Mohammed Syamsul Reza Harun, MS (Malaysia). Transcriptome profiling of early FIP virus infection in FCWF-4 cell line. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2014.
  12. Ahmad Naqib Shuid MS (Malaysia). Transcriptome and apoptosis analyses of crandellreese feline kidney cells following infection with feline infectious peritonitis virus strain WSU 79-1146. Co- supervisor. Graduated: 2013.
  13. Farhana Yasmin MVSc (Bangladesh). Development of a diagnostic real time PCR assay for molecular detection and characterization of Mycoplasma gallisepticum. Co- supervisor. Graduated: 2013.
  14. Choe Di Wei, MS (Malaysia). Effects of feeding liquid metabolites from Lactobacillus plantarum strains on laying hen performance. Co- supervisor. Graduated:  2012.
  15. Anyanji Victor Uchenna MS, (Nigeria). Comparative effect of seaweed and palm leaf ethanol extract on inflammation in rats. Co- supervisor. Graduated: 2012.
  16. Noraina Muhamad Zakuan MS, (Malaysia). Enhancement of anti-cancer properties of bacteriocin UI4 from Lactobacillus plantarum in rats induced with colon cancer by immunomodulation. Co- supervisor. Graduated: 2012.
  17. Mahsa Moteshakari, MS (Iran). Anti-diabetic and anti-inflammatory effects of brown (Surgassum polysystum) and green (Caulerpa lentillifera) seaweeds. Co- supervisor. Graduated: 2011.
  18. Phang YF, MS (Malaysia). Effectiveness of Newcastle disease and infectious bronchitis vaccines and vaccination programme in the flocks of broiler chickens in Malaysia. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2011.
  19. Babak Jalilian, MS (Iran). Development of avian influenza H5N1 DNA vaccine using MDP-1 of Mycobacterium bovis as genetic adjuvant. Co- supervisor. Graduated: 2010.
  20. Saeed Sharif, MS (Iran). Development of rapid test for diagnosis of Feline coronavirus. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2010.
  21. Alalew Berhanu Mekonnen, MVSc (Ethopia). Molecular characterization of recently isolated Newcastle disease virus and development of duplex RT-PCR for simultaneous diagnosis of Newcastle disease and avian influenza. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2010.
  22. Tesfaheywet Zeryehun Shiferaw, MVSC (Ethopia). Hematological, biochemical and pathological changes in specific pathogen free chicken infected with infectious bursal disease virus of Malaysian isolate. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2010.
  23. Hareth Yahya Ahmed Shujaaedin, MS (Yamen). The effect of recombination iron body status in rats. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2009.
  24. Atefeh Sheikhlar, MS (Iran). Effects of supplemental phytase on retention of phosphorus in quails. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2009.
  25. Tan Ching Giap, MVSc (Malaysia). Pathogenicity of Mycoplasma gallisepticum and M synoviae in specific pathogen free embryonated chicken eggs. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2008.
  26. Zerihun Hailemariam Negasi, MVSc (Ethiopia). Detection and characterisation of chicken anaemia virus isolated from commercial broiler breeder farms in Malaysia. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2008.
  27. Zulkefley Othman, MS (Malaysia). Development of nucleoprotein of Newcastle disease virus as a carrier for VP3 antigenic polypeptide of chicken anemia virus. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2006.
  28. Hairul Aini Hamzah, MS (Malaysia). Development of real-time polymerase chain reaction diagnostic tools for important avian viral diseases. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2005.
  29. Rafidah Saadun, MS (Malaysia). Development of NP of Newcastle disease virus as vaccine carrier for infectious bursal disease virus. Co- supervisor. Graduated: 2005.
  30. Mahanom Hussin, MS (Malaysia). Efficacy of Centella asiatica in reducing oxidative stress. Co- supervisor. Graduated: 2005.
  31. Bala Ram Thapa, MVSc (Nepal). Detection of avian leukosis virus subgroup-J in poultry tissue sampling and their molecular characterization. Co- supervisor. Graduated: 2004.
  32. Sairah Abdul Karim, MS (Malaysia). A correlation between proteinuria, enzynuria and kidney histopathological changes during early renal damage induce by gentamacin. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2004.
  33. Riyadh Abbas Abdo Al-Kirshi MS (Yemen). Effect of supplementing molybdenum, molybdenum and sulphur, and zinc on mineral excretion of sheep fed with palm kernel cake. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2004.
  34. Siti Hasmah Mohtar, MS (Malaysia). Molecular characterisation of chicken anaemia virus (CAV) and expression of the CAV VP3 protein. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2003.
  35. Kong Lih Ling, MS (Malaysia). Biological and molecular characterisation of very virulent infectious bursal disease virus. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2003.
  36. Marina Hassan MS, (Malaysia). Erythrocyte osmotic fragility in sheep affected by Eperythozoon ovis. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2002.
  37. Liew Pit Kang, MS (Malaysia). Modifying the response of male broiler chickens to heat stress through early age feed restriction and thermal condition. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2002.
  38. Anun Man, MVSc (Malaysia). Molecular characterisation and pathogenicity of Pasteurella multocida isolated in chicken with fowl cholera. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 2001.
  39. Li Juan, MS (China). The effects of molybdenum and/or sulfur supplementation on the mineral status of plasma and liver of sheep fed palm kernel cake. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 1999.
  40. Mustafa Fadhil Mohammad, MS (Iraq). Effect of water restriction on the performance and behavior of broiler breeders. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 1998.
  41. Suhaidah Ibrahim, MS (Malaysia). Mercury-induced nephrotic syndrome: A correlation between pathological changes and serum and urine biochemistry parameters in rats. Co-supervisor. Graduated: 1998.
  42. Nurul Syuhada Zainal Abidin, MVSc (Malaysia). Molecular characterization and pathogenicity of avian pathogenic Escherichia coli for the development of vaccine. Main Supervisor. On-going.
  43. Suhairoslinda Hayati Mat Jusoh, MS (Malaysia). Molecular characterisation and pathogenicity of avian infectious bronchitis virus isolate of Malaysia. Main Supervisor. On-going.
  44. Mukminah Sakinah Wahab, MS (Malaysia). Nanotechnology for vaccine delivery against infectious bursal disease in chicken. Main Supervisor. Thesis submitted for examination: September 2015.
  45. Ong Kang Woei, MS (Malaysia). Newcastle disease surveillance, seroprevalence and experimental infection in white edible bird nest swiftlet (Aerodramus fuciphagus). Co- Supervisor. On-going.
  46. Intan Shazlin Tajul Ashikin, MS (Malaysia). Production of Newcastle disease virus fusion protein by tobacco hairy root. Co-supervisor. On-going.
  47. Kiarash Roohani Shahrestani, MS (Malaysia). Characterization of velogenic Newcastle disease (ND) viruses isolated from ND vaccinated poultry farm. Co-supervisor. On-going.
  48. Rosyidah Mohd Radzi, MS (Malaysia). Effect of feeding metabolite with acidifiers in broiler chickens. Co-supervisor. On-going.
  49. Mostafa Abdolmaleki, MS (Iran). Functional characterization of dendritic cells and Cd4 T cells following H5N1 vaccination and infection in chickens. Co-supervisor. On-going.
  50. Awang Ilham Awang Keri, MS (Malaysia). Prediction and characterization of infectious bursal disease virus linear epitope. Co-supervisor. On-going.
  51. Majid Shakeri, MS (Malaysia). Response to dietary supplementation of glutamine in broiler chickens under stressful environment. Co-supervisor. On-going.
  52. Teoh Siak Mun, MS (Malaysia). Functional characterisation of T cells following H5N2 and IBDV vaccination and infections in chickens. Co-supervisor. On-going.
  53. Norfitriah Mohd Sohaimi (Malaysia). Molecular characterization and pathogenicity of Fowl Adenovirus in chickens for development of vaccine. Main Supervisor. Conversion; MVSc to PhD, 2014.
  54. Nurulfiza Mat Isa (Malaysia). Holistic approach in molecular characterization and rapid detection of infectious bursal disease virus. Main Supervisor. Conversion MS to PhD 2005.
  55. Tan Do Yew (Malaysia). Infectious bursal disease virus: its genomic properties, evolution and infection to the head-associated lymphoid tissues of chicken. Main Supervisor. Conversion MVSc to PhD 2002.

 

C.  Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) and Bachelor of Science (Biomedical)    

  1. Koh Sien Ling, DVM. Efficiency of Inactivated Pasteurella multocida Against the Bacterial Infections in Broiler Chickens. Main Supervisor. Ongoing.
  2. Wendy Yong Wai Kheng, DVM. Efficiency of inactivated avain pathogenic Escherchia coli against the bacterial infections in broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Ongoing.
  3. Majdi Ahmad, DVM. Pathogenicity of fowl adenovirus isolates of Malaysia in specific pathogen free chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed 2015.
  4. Nurul Kamaliah Mustafa Kamal, DVM. Pathogenicity of fowl adenovirus isolates of Malaysia in specific pathogen free embryonated chicken eggs. Main Supervisor. Completed 2015.
  5. Syamira Syazuna Zaini, DVM. Efficacy of inactivated Malaysian avian pathogenic Escherichia coli isolates from broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2014.
  6. Nor Hidayah Zailani, DVM. Pathogenicity of Malaysian Pasturella multocida isolate in commercial broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2014.
  7. Chan Ying Wen, DVM. Spray vaccination on 18-day-old embryonated eggs against infectious bursal disease in broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2013.
  8. Lee Chian Hoey, DVM. Isolation and characterisation of Escherichia coli isolated from broiler chicken with complicated chronic respiratory disease. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2013.
  9. Norfitriah Mohamed Sohaimi, DVM. Pathogenicity of Fowl Adenovirus Isolates in specific pathogen free embryonated chicken eggs. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2012.
  10. Fida Faizal, DVM. Pathogenicity of Avian Pathogenic Echerichia coli isolates of Malaysia in specific pathogen free chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2012.
  11. Feikah Alias, DVM. Efficacy of inactivated Salmonella enteriditis phage types combinations in broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2011.
  12. Siti Hajar Nor Muhammad, DVM. Efficacy of inactivated Salmonella enteritidis phage types in broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2011.
  13. Maria Goreti Tirant, DVM. Pathogenicity of Salmonella enteriditis phage types 6a isolate of Malaysia in specific pathogen free chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2010.
  14. Mardiyah M Nasir, DVM. Pathogenicity of infectious bronchitis virus isolate of Malaysia in specific pathogen free chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2010.
  15. Natrah Abd Razak, DVM. Infectivity of infectious laryngotracheitis virus isolate of Malaysia in specific pathogen free embryonated chicken eggs. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2009.
  16. Nik Mohd Faiz Nik Mohd Azmi, DVM. Gross and histological changes of specific pathogen free embryonated chicken eggs infected with avian reovirus via different routes of inoculation. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2009.
  17. Mohd Faizal Ghazali, DVM. Isolation, propagation and infectivity of fowl adenovirus of Malaysian isolate in specific pathogen free embryonated chicken eggs. Main Supervisor. Completed; 2009.
  18. Lee Choon Shen, DVM. Pathogenicity of Salmonella enteritidis isolates of Malaysia in specific pathogen free chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2007.
  19. Chan Jing Ting, DVM. Pathogenicity of Mycoplasma gallisepticum in chicken embryos. Co- Supervisor. Completed: 2007.
  20. Rashidah Binti Che Muda, DVM. Detection and differentiation of infectious bursal disease virus strains isolated form commercial broiler chicken using real time polymerase chain reaction. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2006.
  21. Zawida Binti Zahari, DVM. Tibial dyschondroplasia in flocks of commercial broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2006.
  22. Lee Chan Ling, DVM. Infectivity of avian adenovirus of Malaysian isolate in specific pathogen free embryonated chicken eggs. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2006.
  23. Chua Pei Lin, DVM. Performance of broilers reared in closed house system in three chicken farms in Malaysia. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2005.
  24. Poo Vern Ying, DVM. Effects of very virulent infectious bursal disease virus infections in quails. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2005.
  25. Norazian Abdul Hamid, DVM. Response of gut associated lymphoid tissues of specific pathogen free chickens to very virulent infectious bursal disease virus of Malaysian isolate. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2004.
  26. Juliyana Abu Sari, DVM. Response of the lymphoid organs, liver and kidneys of specific pathogen free chickens to very virulent infectious bursal disease virus of Malaysian isolate. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2004.
  27. Kerr Ai Ru, DVM. Blood profile of specific pathogen free chickens in response to very virulent infectious bursal disease virus of Malaysian isolate. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2004.
  28. Mas Ayu Suraya Abdul Rahman, DVM. Gross and histological lesions of malignant catarrhal fever from an outbreak of the disease in deer. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2004.
  29. Choo Ooi Hiong, DVM. The effectiveness of infectious bursal disease vaccination in the control and prevention of the disease in broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2003.
  30. Leong Kah Weng, DVM. Effects of immunosuppressive agents on Newcastle disease or chronic respiratory disease complex outbreaks in broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2003.
  31. Phang Wai San, DVM. Efficacy of various types of infectious bursal disease vaccine in broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2002.
  32. Ooi Peck Toung, DVM. Prevalence of neoplastic diseases in broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2002.
  33. Ng Mun Kin, DVM. Day old vaccination against infectious bursal disease in commercial broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2001.
  34. Ng Hon Yean, DVM. Pathogenicity and immunogenicity of attenuated local isolate of very virulent infectious bursal disease virus in broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2001.
  35. Chan Kok Kiong, DVM. Safety and efficacy of feed based infectious bursal disease vaccine in broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2000.
  36. Wong Chee Chok, DVM. Immunosuppressive effects of infectious bursal disease vaccine in broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2000.
  37. Tee Lit Wen, DVM. Gastrointestinal response to local isolate of infectious bursal disease virus in specific pathogen free chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 2000.
  38. Julaida Sulaiman, DVM. Safety and efficacy of attenuated local isolate of infectious bursal disease viral seed for vaccine development in commercial broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 1999.
  39. Salina Shafie, DVM. In ovo vaccination against infectious bursal disease in broiler chickens. Main Supervisor. Completed: 1999.
  40. Lim Wan Siam, DVM. Pathogenicity and immunogenicity of local isolates of infectious bursal disease virus in commercial broilers. Main Supervisor. Completed: 1988.
  41. Khalilah Khalil, DVM. Studies on the pathogenicity and immunogenicity of infectious bursal disease virus of local isolate. Main Supervisor. Completed: 1997.
  42. Maria Jamli, DVM. The protective role of zinc in palm kernel cake toxicity in sheep: pathological changes and copper content in the liver and bile. Main Supervisor. Completed: 1995.
  43. Hass Md Yatim, DVM. The protective role of zinc in palm kernel cake toxicity in sheep: pathological changes and copper contents in the kidney and urine. Main Supervisor. Completed: 1995.
  44. Zuridah Sabtu, DVM. The protective role of zinc in copper loaded sheep. Main Supervisor. Completed: 1994.
  45. Chan Jing Ting, DVM. Pathogenicity of Mycoplasma gallisepticum in chicken embryos. Co-supervisor. Completed: 2007.
  46. Anjas Asmara @ Ab. Hadi Samsudin, DVM. Gross and histological evaluation of fresh chicken carcass: comparison between slaughtered and cervical dislocation (un-slaughtered) methods. Co-supervisor. Completed: 2006.
  47. Hoo Choon Howe, DVM. Pathogenicity of Mycoplasma gallisepticum in specific pathogen free embryonated chicken eggs. Co-supervisor. Completed: 2006.
  48. Lee Ee Teik, DVM. Tissue tropism of neoplastic diseases in layer chickens. Co-supervisor. Completed: 2003.
  49. Wong Chee May, DVM. The use of freeze dry bovine pericardium (FDBP) tissue in diaphragmatic herniorraphy surgery in dogs. Co-supervisor. Completed: 2003.
  50. Suzana Mohd Tahir, DVM. Occurrence of Encephalitozoon cuniculi in rabbits. Co-supervisor. Completed: 2002.
  51. Chay Seong Hoe, DVM. Drinking water medication of chickens with tylosin tartrate and apramycin sulphate vs quinolone (Baytril) and non-medicated control. Co-supervisor. Completed: 1997.
  52. Mohd Fuad Matori, DVM. Efficacy of an infectious bursal disease vaccine in broilers. Co-supervisor. Completed: 1995.
  53. Phong Su Fun, DVM. Immune status of layer flocks, vaccinated with infectious bursal disease vaccine. Co-supervisor. Completed: 1995.
  54. Padilah Bakar, DVM. Blood copper and serum biochemistry in palm kernel cake fed goats. Co-supervisor. Completed:1994
  55. Teh Jo Huan, BSc (Biomedical). Studies on the pathogenesis and pathogenicity of infectious bursal disease virus of local isolate. Main Supervisor. Completed: 1997.

RESEARCH / PROJECT GRANTS AND ACTIVITIES

International Project Grant as Principle Investigator

  1. Emerging Pandemic Threats Programme (EPT -I), USD 185,063.00, United States Agency for International Development (USAID), 2013-2014.
  2. One Health Workforce (EPT-II), USD 2.5 million, United States Agency for International DevelopmentUSAID), 2015-2019.

National Research Grant as Principle Investigator

  1. Novel anolyte products for a safe and healthy chicken production, RM 500,500.34, TechnoFund MOSTI/ Punca Chemerlang Sdn Bhd, 2011-2015.
  2. Pathogenicity and molecular characterization of Avian Pathogenic Eschericia coli (APEC) isolates of Malaysia for the development of vaccine, RM 275,200, ScienceFund, MOSTI, 2012-2014.
  3. Regulation of gene expression by internal ribosome entry site, RM 83,200, FRGS, MOE.
  4. Novel live attenuated tissue culture adapted infectious bursal disease (IBD) vaccine against very virulent IBD virus infection, RM 1.2 million, MoA, 2010-2014.
  5. Novel anolyte products for a safe and healthy chicken production, RM 2.0 million, Technofund, RMK9, MOSTI, 2007-2009.
  6. Reverse genetic technology for development of novel vaccines, RM 200,000, RUGS, UPM, 24 months (2007-2009).
  7. Pathogenicity and characteristics of avian adenovirus isolates of Malaysia, RM 114,994, ScienceFund, RMK9, 2006-2008.
  8. Holistic approach on molecular characterization and cellular response to infectious bursal disease virus by bioinformatics and nanotechniques, RM 172,000, Intensification of Research in Priority Areas (IRPA), RMK8, 2004-2007.9. Development of vaccine and diagnostic kits for infectious bursal disease in poultry, RM 119,000, IRPA RMK8, 2002-2003.
  9. Development of infectious bursal disease vaccine and diagnostic kits for the control and prevention of the disease in poultry, RM 160,000, IRPA RMK 7, 2000-2001.
  10. Pathogenicity and immunogenicity of local isolates of infectious bursal disease virus in poultry, RM 213,000, IRPA RMK 7, 1996-1998.
  11. Infectious bursal disease: pathological changes and immunization, RM 102,100, IRPA RMK 6 (1994-1995).
  12. Commercial utilization of palm kernel cake in an intensive production system of ruminant, 149,200, IRPA RMK 7, 1997-1999.
  13. Copper associated diseases, RM 161,950, IRPA RMK 6, 1992-1995.


Research Group
Veterinary Biologics And Pharmaceuticals

Research Interest
Studies on Avian Diasese

Prize's & Award's

A.    Academic and Research Awards and Recognitions

  1. National Academic Awards 2011 for the category Award for Innovation and Commercialization of Products (2012) - Ministry of Higher Education.
  2. 2012 Top Research Scientists Malaysia (2012) - Academy of Science Malaysia.
  3. Research Innovation Award between the Public and Private Sector in conjunction with the presentation of the Public Sector Quality Awards 2008.
  4. UPM Excellent Commercialisation Achievement 2005 (2006) – “Malam Anugerah Penyelidik Cemerlang”, Universiti Putra Malaysia 2005, 23 Mac 2006, Bangi, Selangor. Hair-Bejo, M., Omar, A.R. and I. Aini. MyVAC UPM93 Infectious bursal disease vaccine.
  5. Nominated for Specialist Commission during the 83rd General Session of The World Organisation for Animal Health (OiE): Biological Standard Commission, 2015.
  6. Nominated for The Third World Network of Scientific Organizations (TWNSO) 1998 Prizes in Agriculture.
  7. Nominated for The National Young Scientist Award, Ministry of Science, Technology and the Environment Malaysia, 1995.
  8. Universiti Pertanian Malaysia Scholarship (1993) - To pursue a short course in Avian Pathology at University of Georgia, United States of America.
  9. Malaysian Government Scholarship (1987) - To pursue a Ph.D. at University of Liverpool, England. Was granted study leave until 1990.
  10. Malaysian Government Scholarship (1980) - To pursue a degree in Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Universiti Pertanian Malaysia.
  11. Certificate of Appreciation Setia Putra (Sijil Penghargaan Setia Putra) (2012) - Over 20 years of service with Universiti Putra Malaysia.
  12. Distinguished Service Award (Anugerah Perkhidmatan Cemerlang), Universiti Putra Malaysia (2005 – 2014).
  13. Pass (2003) - Level of Competency Assessment Course, Associate Professor (DS54), Level 6, 27 October to 07 November 2003.

 
B.   Professional Recognitions

  1. Excellent Service Performance for Fostering Bilateral Relations (2002) - Microscopy Society (Singapore).
  2. Founding Fellow, Malaysian College of Veterinary Specialists - 2011 to date.
  3. Recognition Award (2009) - World’s Poultry Science Association.
  4. Appreciation Award (Anugerah Jasamu Dikenang) (2010) - Electron Microscopy Society of Malaysia.
  5. Excellent Contribution (2004) - Electron Microscopy Society Malaysia.

 
C.   Research Awards

  1. Gold Medal (2005) - The 16th International Invention Innovation Industrial Design and Technology Exhibition 2005 (ITEX 2005), Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur, 19-21 May 2005. Hair-Bejo, M., Phong, S.F., Omar, A.R. and I. Aini. Double antibody sandwich enzyme linked immunosorbent assay kit for infectious bursal disease.
  2. Gold Medal (2005) - Asia Biotechnology 2005, Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur16-18 August 2005. Omar, A.R., Aini, I., Hair-Bejo, M., Hairul, A.H. and L.L. Kong (2005). IBD real check.
  3. Gold (2006) - The 17th International Invention Innovation Industrial Design and Technology Exhibition 2006 (ITEX 2006), 19-21 May 2006, Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur. Aini, I., Omar, A.R., Yusoff, K., Hair-Bejo, M. and S.W. Tan. NDReal Check: A rapid kit to detect Newcastle disease virus pathotypes.
  4. Gold (2006) - The 17th International Invention Innovation Industrial Design and Technology Exhibition 2006 (ITEX 2006), 19-21 May 2006, Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur. Manaf, A. Ali, Aini, I., Yusoff, K. Omar, A.R.  Hair-Bejo, M., Jeffre, M.A. and Aied Mohammed. Local isolates of Newcastle disease virus and antileukemic vaccine.
  5. INPEX Award of Excellence (2012) - ITEX 2012, May 2012, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Sieo Chin Chin, Lau Gee Leng, Tan Wen Siang, Mohd Hair Bejo, Jalila Abu and Ho Yin Wan (2012).
  6. ITEX Gold Medal (2012) - 23rd International Invention, Innovation and Technology Exhibition (ITEX 2012). 17-19 May 2012, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Sieo Chin Chin, Lau Gee Leng, Tan Wen Siang, Mohd Hair Bejo, Jalila Abu and Ho Yin Wan (2012). Phage therapy for colibacillosis control in broiler chickens.
  7. Silver Medal (2005) - The 16th International Invention Innovation Industrial Design and Technology Exhibition 2005 (ITEX 2005), Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur, 19-21 May 2005. Omar, A.R., Aini, I., Hair-Bejo, M., Hairul, A.H. and L.L. Kong. IBD real check.
  8. Bronze Medal (2014) - Invention & Innovation Awards 2014, Malaysia Technology Expo (MTE). Kuttichantran Subramaniam, Mohamed Shariff, Mohd Hair Bejo, Abdul Rahman Omar, and Ong Bee Lee (2014).
  9. Best Poster (2007) – The 29th Symposium of Malaysian Society for Microbiology 24-26 November 2007, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia. Thanh, N. T., Loh, T. C., Foo, H. L. Hair-Bejo, M. and B. K. Azhar (2007).
  10. Best Poster. Biolog-MSM Poster Presentation Award. Food Microbiology. The 29th Malaysian Society of Animal Production (MSAP) Annual Conference, 25-27 May 2008, Penang. Alemnesh, W., Hair-Bejo, M., Aini. I. and A.R. Omar. Mortality and gross lesions of specific pathogen free embryonated chicken eggs in response to fowl adenovirus of Malaysian isolate.
  11. Best Poster Presentation, International Conference on One Health and 24th VAM Congress 2012 (2012) - Julaina, M. A., Nurulfiza, I., Hair-Bejo, M., Omar, A. R. and I. Aini (2012). Molecular detection and characterization of fowl adenovirus isolates of Malaysia.
  12. Second Place Poster Presentation, International Conference on One Health and 24th VAM Congress 2012 (2012) - Norfitriah, M. S. and M. Hair-Bejo (2012). Pathogenicity of fowl adenovirus isolates in specific pathogen free embryonated chicken eggs.
  13. Best Poster Presentation (2005) - The 14th Scientific Conference Electron Microscopy Society Malaysia (EMSM), Penang, 5-7 December 2005. Hair-Bejo, M., Kerr, A.R., Tan, D.Y. and I. Rasedee. Microscopic lesions scoring of the bursa of Fabricius and blood profile of the specific pathogen free chickens in response to very virulent infectious bursal disease virus of Malaysian isolate.
  14. Best Poster Presentation (2005) - The 26th Malaysian Society of Animal Production (MSAP) Conference, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, 1-3 June 2005. Moslarikiman, I., Abdullah, N., Hamid, M., Hair-Bejo, M. and Y.W. Ho. Specific activitity of egg yolk IgY and serum IgG of laying hens immunized with Escherichia coli 02:K1 whole cells.
  15. Best Oral Presentation (1999) - National Congress on Animal Health and Production, Alor Gajah, Malacca, 3-5 September 1999. Hair-Bejo, M., Salina, S., Thu-Zar, T. and S. Julaida. In ovo vaccination against infectious bursal disease in broiler chickens.
  16. Best Poster Presentation (1996) - Silver Jubilee Malaysian Society of Animal Production (MSAP) Conference 1996, 28-31 May 1996. Hair-Bejo, M. and T. Thu-Zar.  Pathological changes of the bursa of Fabricius in response to infectious bursal disease virus of local isolate.
  17. Second Best Oral Presentation (1995) - The 17th Malaysian Society of Animal Production (MSAP) Conference 1995, 28-30 May 1995. Hair-Bejo, M., Alimon, A.R., Maria, J., Hass, M.Y. and M. Moonafiza.  Dietary zinc supplementation: an alternative treatment for palm kernel cake toxicity in sheep.
  18. Gold Medal (2005) - Exhibition of Invention, Research & Innovation UPM 2005, 1-19 Mac 2005. Hair-Bejo, M., Phong, S.F., Omar, A.R. and I. Aini. Double antibody sandwich enzyme linked immunosorbent assay for detection of infectious bursal disease.
  19. Gold Medal (2006) - Exhibition of Inventions, Research and Innovation UPM 2006, 22-24 August, 2006, Universiti Putra Malaysia. Foo, H.L., Lim, Y.Z., Raha, A.R., Loh, T.C., M. Hair-Bejo and R.R.A. Gulam. Novel probiotic Lactobacillus sp. isolated from Malaysian fermented food as feed supplement in animal industry
  20. Gold Medal (2011) - Exhibition of Inventions, Research and Innovation UPM 2011, 19-21 July 2011, Universiti Putra Malaysia. Sieo Chin Chin, Lau Gee Leng, Tan Wen Siang, Mohd Hair Bejo, Jalila Abu and Ho Yin Wan (2011). Phage therapy for colibacillosis control in broilers.
  21. Gold Medal (2002) - Invention and Research Exhibition 2002, 30 August 2002. Zulkifli, I., Liew, P.K., Che Norma, M.T., Hair-Bejo, M., Israf, D.A., and A.R. Omar. Enhancing tolerance to heat stress, resistance to infectious bursal disease and expression of heat shock protein 70 in broiler chickens by early age feed restriction.
  22. Silver Medal (2009) - Exhibition of Inventions, Research and Innovation UPM 2009, 28 July 2009, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang. Omar, A.R., Hair-Bejo, M., Aini, I and K.L. Ling. IBDqxReal check an improved diagnostic kits for detection and differentiation of infectious bursal disease subtypes.
  23. Silver Medal (2010) - Exhibition of Inventions, Research and Innovation UPM 2010, 20-22 July 2010, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang. Abdul Rahman Omar, Mehdi Rasoli, Babak Jalilian, Sara Oveissi, Aini Ideris, Mohd Hair Bejo, Noorjahan Banu Alitheen, Khatijah Yusoff, Fatemeh Jahanshiri, Sharifah Syed Hassan and Maizan Mohamed. H5DNA vaccine encoding Mycobacterium gene as genetic adjuvant improved avian influenza virus immune response in chickens.
  24. Silver Medal (2014) - Exhibition of Inventions, Research and Innovation UPM 2014, Universiti Putra Malaysia. Sieo, C.C., Wong, C.L., Tan, W.S., Abdullah, N., Hair-Bejo, M., Jalila, A. and Y.W. Ho (2014). Phage-based biochontrol agent for Salmonellosis in broiler chickens.
  25. Silver Medal (2005) - Exhibition of Invention, Research and Innovation UPM 2005, 1-19 Mac 2005. Hair-Bejo, M., Alimon, A.R. and M. Munafizad. A safe and high quality palm kernel cake for intensive production system of ruminants.
  26. Silver Medal (2005) - Exhibition of Invention, Research and Innovation UPM 2005, 1-19 Mac 2005. Hair-Bejo, M., Voon, G.L., Omar, A.R. and I. Aini. The potential role of VP5 gene of very virulent infectious bursal disease virus for cancer therapy.
  27. Silver Medal (2005) - Exhibition of Invention, Research and Innovation UPM 2005, 1-19 Mac 2005. Omar, A.R., Wan, K.F., Aini, I. and M. Hair-Bejo. Development of genetically modified live chicken anemia virus vaccine.
  28. Silver Medal (2005) - Exhibition of Invention, Research and Innovation UPM 2005, 1-19 Mac 2005. Aini, I., Tan, S.W., Omar, A.R., Hair-Bejo, M. and K. Yusoff. NDreal check, a rapid pathotyping kit for Newcastle disease.
  29. Silver Medal (2005) - Exhibition of Invention, Research and Innovation UPM 2005, 1-19 Mac 2005. Omar, A.R., Hair-Bejo, M., Aini, I. Hairul, A.H., and L.L. Kong. IBDreal check, a rapid detection kit for infectious bursal disease.
  30. Silver Medal (2003) - UPM Innovation and Research Exhibition 2003, July 8-10, 2003. Mohd-Azmi, M.L., Phong, S.F. and M. Hair-Bejo. HAVAXTM: A recombinant human adenovirus vaccine that protects young chicks from severe infectious bursal disease.
  31. Silver Medal (2003) - UPM Innovation and Research Exhibition 2003, July 8-10, 2003. Hair-Bejo, M., Phong, S.F., Omar, A.R. and I. Aini. Reverse transcriptase nested polymerase chain reaction enzymes linked immunosorbent assay for detection of infectious bursal disease virus.
  32. Silver Medal (2003) - UPM Innovation and Research Exhibition 2003, July 8-10, 2003. Hair-Bejo, M., Phong, S.F., Omar, A.R. and I. Aini. Indirect enzyme linked immunosorbent assay for detection of infectious bursal disease.    
  33. Bronze Medal (2003) - UPM Innovation and Research Exhibition 2003, July 8-10, 2003. Yusoff, K., Rafidah, S., Tan, W.S. Omar, A.R. and M. Hair-Bejo. Potential of the NP protein of Newcastle disease virus as an antigenic carrier for infectious bursal disease.
  34. Bronze Medal (2003) - UPM Innovation and Research Exhibition 2003, July 8-10, 2003. Wan, K. F., Omar, A.R., Aini, I. and M. Hair-Bejo. Development of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) detection method using SYBR® Green I based real time polymerase chain reaction.
  35. Bronze Medal (2005) - Exhibition of Invention, Research and Innovation UPM 2005, 1-19 Mac 2005. Hair-Bejo, M., Tan, D.Y., Omar, A.R. and I. Aini. Holistic approach in molecular phylogenetic analysis of infectious bursal disease virus.
  36. Bronze (2007) - Exhibition of Inventions, Research and Innovation UPM 2007. Hair-Bejo, M., Nurulfiza, M.I, Omar, A.R dan I Aini. RevcoVAC UPM 190 Bursal Disease Recombinant VP2 Vaccine.
  37. Bronze (2006) - Exhibition of Inventions, Research and Innovation UPM 2006, 22-24 August, 2006, Universiti Putra Malaysia. Rasedee, A. Sairah, A.K, Mutalib, A.R. and M. Hair-Bejo. Proteinuria and enzymuria in early induced renal damage.
  38. Best PhD Thesis (2010) - Majed H Mohammed. Molecular characterisation, attenuation and inactivation of very virulent infectious bursal disease virus for development of tissue culture-based vaccines.
  39. Best PhD Thesis (2012) - Amanullah Akhtar. Pathogenicity and pathogenesis of Salmonella enterica serovar enteritidis infection in chickens.
  40. Best MVSc Thesis (2009) - Almenesh Woldeyes Yimer. Pathogenicity of group I avian adenovirus isolates of Malaysia.
  41. Best Research in field of avian diseases, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (2012) - Fida Fadzil and Mohd Hair Bejo (2012). Pathogenicity of Avian Pathogenic Echerichia coli isolates of Malaysia in specific pathogen free chickens.  
  42. Best Research in field of avian diseases, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (2014) - Syamira Syazuna Zaini. Efficacy of inactivated Malaysiuan avian pathogenic Escherichia coli isolates from broiler chickens.
  43. Gold Medal (2004) - Exhibition of Research & Development (R&D) IBS UPM 2004, 19-20 August 2004. Hee, H.L., Abdullah, N., Muhajir, H., Hair-Bejo, M. and Y.W. Ho. Production of avian egg yolk antibody (IgY) against Salmonella typhimurium.

COMMERCIALISATION AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF RESEARCH PRODUCT

MyVAC UPM93 Infectious Bursal Disease Vaccine - Commercialised in 2005 (Livestock Asia 2005)

MyVac UPM93 infectious bursal disease vaccine for chickens. The vaccine was officially launched for commercialisation by the Hon. Minister of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry, Malaysia, YB Tan Sri Muhyiddin Mohd Yassin in conjunction with the Livestock Asia 2005 on 27 September 2005. The product is now at Malaysia, Vietnam and Myanmar markets with total sale value of about RM 3.0 million. The vaccine is in the final state of registration in Indonesia, and expected to be in Indonesian market in 2016. The vaccine is also in the process of registration in Egypt, India, Bangladesh, Philippines and Thailand.

MyHatch UPM93 Infectious Bursal Disease Vaccine - Commercialised in 2015 (Livestock Asia 2015)

MyHatch UPM93 infectious bursal disease vaccine for chickens. The vaccine was officially launched for commercialisation by the Hon. Minister of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry, Malaysia, YB Dato' Sri Ahmad Shabery Cheek in conjunction with the Livestock Asia 2015 on 22 September 2015. The virus seed of this vaccine is unique and novel to allow the vaccine successfully and effectively vaccinated to day old chick through subcutaneous injection at hatchery. Hatchery vaccination could assure a good start of chicken health and performance and will open the door to a real control and prevention of chicken diseases. It guarantees every chick received protection at the earliest age. MyHatch UPM93 IBD vaccine is able to induce high active immunity and provide full protection of the chicken against vvIBDV field challenged.

Up-scaling of Research Product for Commercialization

  1. Anolyte products for the production of safe and healthy chickens, a green technology.
  2. Inactivated polyvalent bacterial vaccine against important bacterial diseases in chickens. 
  3. Double antibody sandwich enzyme linked immunosorbent assay kit for infectious bursal disease.
  4. Reverse transcriptase nested polymerase chain reaction enzymes linked immunosorbent assay for detection of infectious bursal disease virus. 
  5. Indirect enzyme linked immunosorbent assay for detection of infectious bursal disease. 
  6. Infectious bursal disease real check. 
  7. A safe and high quality palm kernel cake for intensive production system of ruminants. 


National and International Patents, Trade Mark and Copyright Granted and Pending

  1. Mohd Hair-Bejo, Abdul Rahman Omar and Aini Ideris (2011). IBD UPM93. Trade marks no 2010008029 - Granted. Register for a period of ten (10) years from 06/05/2010 to 06/052020 in Class 5.
  2. Mohd Hair-Bejo, Siti Khairunniza Bejo, Suhaimi Napis, Aini Ideris, Abdul Rahman Omar, Siti Khairani Bejo, Salikon Sarpin, Md Judyar Malik, and Ramle Jaafar. Online MyECA Database System (MyECA v1.0; MyECA-1 and MyECA-2). Copyright 2010 - Granted. Registered 6 December 2010. 
  3. Abdul Rahman Omar, Mohd Hair Bejo, Aini Ideris, Hairul Aini Hamzah. Detection and Distinguishing Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (IBDV) Strains by Molecular Biology Method. Patent Granted, United State of America, IP Number 7,858,768, 28.12.2010. 
  4. Abdul Rahman Omar, Mohd Hair Bejo, Aini Ideris, Hairul Aini Hamzah. Detection and Distinguishing Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (IBDV) Strains by Molecular Biology Method. Patent Granted, Malaysia IP Number MY143506A, 31.05.2011-05. 
  5. Abdul Rahman Omar, Mohd Hair Bejo, Aini Ideris, Kong Lih Ling. Molecular Differentiation of Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (IBDV) Strains. Patent Pending - Malaysia. PI20091757. 30.04.2009. 
  6. Abdul Rahman Omar, Mohd Hair Bejo, Aini Ideris, Kong Lih Ling. Molecular Differentiation of Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (IBDV) Strains. Patent Pending PCT/MY2010/000002. 07.01.2010. 
  7. Aini Ideris, Abdul Rahman Omar, Mohd Hair Bejo, Tan Ching Giap, Liew Pit Sze. A Method for Detection and Differentiation of Mycoplasma gallispeticum. Patent Pending Patent PI2010000637. 11.02.2010 
  8. Abdul Rahman Omar, Mohd Hair Bejo, Aini Ideris, Hairul Aini Hamzah. Detection and Distinguishing Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (IBDV) Strains by Molecular Biology Method. Patent Pending - European Patent Office - 05256888.8. 07-11- 2005.
  9. Kuttichantran Subramaniam, Mohamed Shariff, Mohd Hair Bejo, Abdul Rahman Omar, and Ong Bee Lee (2013). Loop-mediated isothermal amplification for the detection of infectious spleen and kidney necrosis virus. Malaysia PI2013702063. 29-10-2013. 

Books & Monograph

  1. Hair-Bejo, M. Poultry vaccines: an innovation for food safety and security. Inaugural Lecture Series, Penerbit Universiti Putra Malaysia, ISBN 978-967-344-190-7, pp 1-86. (2010) 
  2. Chapter of Book 2006-2013 Hair-Bejo, M. Infectious bursal disease. In: Diseases of Poultry in Southeast Asia. M. Zamri-Saad (Editor). Universiti Putra Malaysia Press, p. 89-103.(2006). 
  3. Hair-Bejo, M. Coccidiosis. In: Diseases of Poultry in Southeast Asia. M. Zamri-Saad (Editor). Universiti Putra Malaysia Press, p. 31-38. (2006).
  4. Zamri-Saad, M and Hair-Bejo, M. Fowl Cholera. In: Diseases of Poultry in Southeast Asia. M. Zamri-Saad (Editor). Universiti Putra Malaysia Press, p. 271-276.(2006). 
  5. Zamri-Saad, M and Hair-Bejo, M. Fowl Typhoid. In: Diseases of Poultry in Southeast Asia. M. Zamri-Saad (Editor). Universiti Putra Malaysia Press, p. 51-55. (2006).

Journals

  1. Pit Sze Liew and Mohd Hair-Bejo (2015). Farming of plant-based veterinary vaccines and their applications for disease prevention in animals. Advances in Virology, Volume 2015, Article ID 936940, 12 pages, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/936940S (Q2).
  2. Masoumeh Firouzamandi, Hassan Moeini, Davood Hosseini, Mohd Hair Bejo, Abdul Rahman Omar, Parvaneh Mehrbod, Mohamed Ezzat El Zowalaty and  Aini Ideris (2015). In ovo vaccination against Newcastle using DNA vaccine via nanoparticles delivery system. International Journal of Applied Biology and Pharmaceutical Technology, Volume-6, Issue-3, July-Sept-2015 (JIF 0.990).
  3. Mehdi Rasoli, Swee Keong Yeap, Sheau Wei Tan, Kiarash Roohani, Ye Wen Kristeen-Teo, Noorjahan Banu Alitheen, Yasmin Abd Rahaman, Ideris Aini, Mohd Hair Bejo, Pete Kaiser, Abdul Rahman Omar. (2015). Differential modulation of immune response and cytokine profiles in the bursae and spleen of chickens infected with very virulent infectious bursal disease virus. BMC Veterinary Research 11:75, DOI 10.1186/s12917-015-0377 (JIF 1.74, Q1).
  4. Faruku Bande, Siti Suri Arshad, Mohd Hair Bejo, Hassan Moeini, and Abdul Rahman Omar. (2015). Progress and challenges toward the development of vaccines against avian infectious bronchitis. Journal of Immunology Research 2015, 424860, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/424860 (JIF 2.96, Q2).
  5. Joshua O. Olubodun, Idrus Zulkifli, Abdoreza Soleimani Farjam, Mohd Hair-Bejo, Azhar Kasim (2015) Glutamine and glutamic acid supplementation enhances performance of broiler chickens under the hot and humid tropical condition. Italian Journal of Animal Science, 14(3263): 25-29 (JIF 0.72, Q3).
  6.  Davood Zare, Kharidah Muhammad, Mohd Hair Bejo, and H.M. Ghazali (2015). Determination of trans- and cis-Urocanic Acid in Relation to Histamine, Putrescine, and Cadaverine Contents in Tuna (Auxis Thazard) at Different Storage Temperatures. Journal of Food Science, 80(2):479-483 (JIF, 1.489, Q1).
  7. Faruku Bande, Siti Suri Arshad, Mohd Hair Bejo, Shafiu Abdullahi Kamba and Abdul Rahman Omar (2015). Synthesis and Characterization of Chitosan-Saponin Nanoparticle for Application in Plasmid DNA Delivery. Journal of Nanomaterials. ID 371529. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/371529 8 pages (JIF 1644, Q3).
  8. Olubodun, J.  I. Zulkifli, M. Hair-Bejo, A. Kasim and A.F. Soleimanim (2015).  Physiological response of glutamine and glutamic acid supplemented broiler chickens to heat stress. Europe Poultry Sci., 79. 2015, ISSN 1612-9199, © Verlag Eugen Ulmer, Stuttgart. DOI: 10.1399/eps.2015.87 (JIF 0.531).
  9. Roohani K, Tan SW, Yeap SK, Ideris A, Bejo MH, and Omar AR. (2015). Characterisation of the genotype VII Newcastle disease virus (NDV) Isolated from NDV vaccinated chickens and the efficacy of LaSota and recombinant genotype VII vaccines against challenge with velogenic NDV. Journal of Veterinary Science, www.cbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25643805 (JIF 1.14, Q2).
  10. Masoumeh Firouzamandi, Hassan Moeini, Davood Hosseini, Mohd Hair Bejo, Abdul Rahman Omar, Parvaneh Mehrbod and  Aini Ideris (2015). Improved immunogenicity of Newcastle disease virus inactivated vaccine following DNgenes. Journal of Veterinary Science – Accepted for publication (JIF 1.14, Q2).
  11. Mehrbod, P., Ideris, A., Omar, A.R. and M. Hair-Bejo (2014). Prophylactic effect of herbal-marine compound (HESA-A) on influenza A virus infectivity. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 14:131 (JIF 2.175, Q4).
  12. Tohidi, R., Idris, I.B., Panandam, J.M. and M. Hair-Bejo (2014). Early immune gene expression responses to Salmonella enteritidis infection in indigenous chickens. Journal of Applied Animal Research, 42(2): 204-207 (JIF 2.175, Q2).
  13. Wong, C.L.,  Sieo, C.C., Tan, W.S., Abdullah, N., Hair-Bejo, M., Abu, J. and Y.W. Ho, Y.W. (2014). Evaluation of a lytic bacteriophage, Φ st1, for biocontrol of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium in chickens (2014).  International Journal of Food Microbiology, 172: 92-101 (JIF 3.082, Q1).   
  14. Motshakeri, M., Ebrahimi, M., Goh, Y.M., Othman, H.H., Hair-Bejo, M. and S. Mohamed (2014). Effects of brown seaweed (Sargassum polycystum) extracts on kidney, liver, and pancreas of type 2 diabetic rat model. Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/379407 (JIF 1.880, Q3).
  15. Hashemi, S.M., Loh, T.C., Foo, H.L., Zulkifli, I. and M. Hair-Bejo (2014). Effects of putrescine supplementation on growth performance, blood lipids and immune response in broiler chickens fed methionine deficient diet. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 194:151-156 (JIF 1.997, Q1).
  16. Rasoli, M., Yeap, S.K., Tan, S.W., Moeini, H., Ideris, A., Bejo, M.H., Alitheen, N.B.M., Kaiser, P. and Omar, A.R. (2014). Alteration in lymphocyte responses, cytokine and chemokine profiles in chickens infected with genotype VII and VIII velogenic Newcastle disease virus. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, 37(1):11-21. (JIF 2.107, Q2).
  17. Subramaniam, K., Shariff, M., Omar, A.R., Hair-Bejo, M., and B.L. Ong (2014). Detection and molecular characterization of infectious spleen and kidney necrosis virus from major ornamental fish breeding states in Peninsular Malaysia. Journal of Fish Diseases, 37(7):609-618. (JIF 1.507, Q1).
  18. Mehrbod, P., Hair-Bejo, M., Ibrahim, T.A.T., Omar, A.R., El Zowalaty, M., Ajdari, Z. and A. Ideris, A. (2014). Simvastatin modulates cellular components in influenza A virus-infected cells. International Journal of Molecular Medicine, 34(1):61-73. (JIF 1.88, Q2).
  19. Norfitriah, M.S., Hair-Bejo, M., Omar, A.R., Aini, I. and M.I. Nurulfiza (2014). Adaptation and attenuation of fowl adenovirus in Vero cells. Online Journal of Veterinary Research, 18(2):151-166 (JIF 1.60).
  20. Mehrbod, P., Omar, A.R., Hair-Bejo, M., Haghani, A. and I. Aini (2014). Mechanism of action and efficacy of statins against Influenza. BioMedical Research International; http://dx.org./10.1155/2014/872370 (JIF 2.706, Q2).
  21. Juliana, M.A., Nurulfiza, I. Hair-Bejo, M., Omar, A.R and I. Aini (2014). Molecular characterization of fowl adenoviruses isolated from inclusion body hepatitis outbreaks in commercial broiler chickens in Malaysia. Pertanika Journal of Tropical Agricultural Science

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1. Malaysia One Health University Network (MyOHUN)

  • Chairman, Executive Board MyOHUN, 2013 to date
  • Chairman, MyOHUN, 2013 to date
  • Chairman, National Coordinating Office MyOHUN, 2013 to date

2. Malaysian College of Veterinary Specialists (MCVS)

  • Board of Directors - 2012 to date
  • Founding Fellow - 2011 to date
  • Member, Executive Committee – 2011 to date

3. Electron Microscopy Society Malaysia (EMSM)

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  • Treasurer – 1996/1997
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  • Editor, Malaysian Journal of Microscopy, 2004/2005 to date
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