Professor Peter Lewis
Associate Vice-President, Research and Innovation specializing in Global Research Partnerships. An academic leader, faculty member and researcher at the University of Toronto since 1974. Professor Lewis served as Vice-Dean, Research and International Relations in the Faculty of Medicine and served as Chair of the University of Toronto Department of Biochemistry from 1991-2001. His research interests include neurodegeneration; the structure and function of chromosomes with specific reference to gene regulation; and protein folding.
Post Doctor and Associate Researcher of Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences of the
Chinese Academy of Sciences.
As a Researcher at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, he mainly researches for Nano-biomedical and tumor liquid biopsy technology. The highly sensitive micro-mutation gene detection technology that he developed has been authorized by the national invention patent. He has published more than ten SCI papers in international professional journals and applied for three national invention patents. He has participated in a number of national and Shanghai key scientific research projects, including 863 major projects, and research projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China and the Shanghai Committee for Science and Technology
Dr Stephen Ponnampalan
A medical doctor and scientist in National Medical Research Centre (IMR, Malaysia) to be BGLC Adviser. He graduated from University of Birmingham UK and University College London (UCL), UK, subsequently secured his PhD from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA. He was a Researcher, Departments of Neurosurgery, Microbiology, Molecular, Cell Biology in Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Later on he became Teaching and Research Assistants at the Departments of Chemistry and Biology, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA. Before coming back to Malaysia, he was a Researcher at the National Blood Transfusion Center, Edgbaston, UK and Clinical Chemistry Department of the Birmingham's Children's Hospital.
Ms Tham Kuan Heong
Graduated from USM in 1992 (Bachelor in Science Pharmacy). Joined CCM Pharmaceutical in 1993 , worked as Production & Planning Manager. Left CCM in 1999 and started carrier in Retail Pharmacy till today.