Professor Jafri Malin Abdullah
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  • Kota Bahru
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Professor Jafri Malin Abdullah's Colleagues

  • akerele oladimeji philip
  • Nooraini Yusoff
  • Nurul Fazrena Kamal
  • Nurul Aina Mohd Mahayuddin
  • Jawwad Fakhar
  • AbdulMajeed
  • Aimuni Abdullah
  • Szeifoul Afadlal
  • Dr Sunita Amruthesh
  • Charles T. M. Choi
  • Nan Hj. Md. Sahar
  • Wael MY Mohamed
  • Norsiah Fauzan
  • Shima Subari

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Main areas of research:
Fundamental,applied and clinical neurosciences
EEG,ERP,MEG,Behaviour neurosciences,GABA
Current title/position:
Professor of Neurosciences
Current affiliation/employer:
Department of Neurosciences,Universiti Sains Malaysia
University of Vienna,Austria
PhD Advisor and University:
Universiti Sains Malaysia
Postdoc Advisor and University:
Universiti Sains Malaysia
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Publications: Jafri Malin Abdullah.doc

check publications in ISI,Scopus as MA Jafri,AM Jafri,J Abdullah,Jafri Malin,Jafri Malin Abdullah.

Professor Jafri Malin Abdullah's Blog

Intergrated Master and Doctor Neuroscience,Universiti Sains Malaysia

Posted on April 2, 2012 at 8:32am 1 Comment

Universiti Sains Malayasia (USM) will start offering the Master and Doctor of Neuroscience degrees with its first intake of eight candidates this year. Over the next five years, this is expected to reach a total of 36 thus making the USM as the first institution of higher education do so in Southeast Asia.

This was announced by the Vice-Chancellor of USM, Assoc. Dato 'Dr. Omar Osman, at the opening of Brain Awareness Week.

"We will continue to change the…


Malaysian Neuroscience center of excellence

Posted on January 8, 2012 at 8:00am 0 Comments

RM20 mil to help seven COEs with potential

PUTRAJAYA (Dec 16, 2011) : A total RM20 million will be given to seven Centres of Excellence (CoEs) to spur them to achieve the status of Higher…


New Center of Excellence for Neurosciences in Malaysia

Posted on January 7, 2012 at 12:05am 0 Comments

High-tech vouchers

A million higher education students to receive them from next month

A TOTAL of 1.3 million…


Brain Signal Processing

Posted on January 6, 2012 at 11:48pm 1 Comment

Neuroscientists Decode Crucial Component in Brain Signal Processing

ScienceDaily (Mar. 25, 2011) — A team of Neuroscientists from NeuroCure Cluster of Excellence at Charité -- Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, have made a major breakthrough in understanding how signals are processed in the human brain.

The paper, published in the…

Phd vacancies for interested researchers in Cognitive Neurosciences

Posted on November 26, 2010 at 7:00am 7 Comments

Please apply if interested in PhD posts:
Our contacts are, Office tel:+6097676300
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At 10:54pm on June 8, 2012, Nooraini Yusoff said…

Yeap, you're right Prof. I need an approval on that. plus I am expecting a few other events as well in Sept. e.g. conferences, meeting and teaching. but no biggie, I'll find ways to convince my dean and schedule the rest wisely. just my quick thought, I dont think I would be able to give a whole month commitment for the workshop though, is it ok Prof? and any fee for that? .. but again Prof, I am so looking forward to learning EEG signal processing, as I am now moving into brain-computer interface research and I see a lot of potential apps can be built from this... Sure, I'll send some related papers to you.

At 11:02am on June 8, 2012, Nooraini Yusoff said…

Salam and thank you Prof Jafri. I would love to join, only now awaiting the details, and the earlier the better for some arrangement on my part. As for the software, I am familiar with C++, Matlab, Java, and Prolog (Logic Programming). 

At 4:00am on May 14, 2012, Nurul Fazrena Kamal said…

thank you Prof Jafri for your quick respond..
Brain and neuro always be my passion,,
InsyaAllah, im trying to find any chance to further my study in this area..

At 3:56am on May 14, 2012, Nurul Fazrena Kamal said…

thank you for your respond Prof,
Brain and neuro always be my passion..
so for now im trying to find any chance to further my study in this area..


At 5:49am on November 16, 2011, Nurul Aina Mohd Mahayuddin said…

thank u...
i am still new in this area.
i wish to get more information from all the expert here.

At 12:45am on November 14, 2011, Norsiah Fauzan said…

At the moment, we have one QEEG (MITSAR) bought from Russia, I was looking at the brain mapping before using  EEG device (brain trainer) to monitor the brain activity, One HEG (bought it from Netherland) to look at the blood flow and oxygen level ( also for ECG and muscle)..

At 8:22pm on November 13, 2011, Norsiah Fauzan said…

We have one QEEG in our laboratory, only 21 channels.  Last week I tried them on 12 autistic children, to look at the brain wave and patterns.  Not quite sure if Im on the right track, seem interesting, can we consult you with the analysis.




At 8:17pm on November 13, 2011, Norsiah Fauzan said…

Stll Learning, I have one QEEG in my Laboratory, this week we tried the new machine with 12 Autistic children.  Brain mapping looks interesting, but not quite sure if I'm on the right track.  Can I consult you with the analysis?

At 7:15pm on November 7, 2011, Norsiah Fauzan said…
May I know the exact date of the 2nd EEG /MRI workshop in Kota Bharu 2012.  Norsiah.
At 3:18am on August 8, 2011, Rik Achten said…

Dear Jafri, good to hear form you again. And congratulations with the new 3T. Here in Ghent we have created a large neuroscience collaboration between experimental psychology, psychiatry, neurology, neurosurgery, engineering science (imaging) and neuroradiology. The research has two broad topics: 'cognitive control' is one and the other 'neuromodulation'. My own research group GIfMI is part of this. 5 tenure track professors have been selected to join the group and we are forming a large 'Institute for Neuroscience'. The last 5 years, we performed an enormous amount of fMRI studies.

This is all very exciting. On the other hand, I have become head of radiology, and that is a very different ball game, a lot of management. But I will remain active in science!

Hope to see you once more soon in the future.


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