• ICMHS Speakers

ICMHS Speakers

-- Day 1, 26th September 2018

Professor Dr. Ahmad Farhan Mohd Sadullah

01 Prof FarhanProfessor Dr. Ahmad Farhan Mohd Sadullah is a Professor in Transport Studies and the School of Civil Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). Since March 2017, he has been appointed as the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic & International) of USM. Preceding his term as Deputy Vice Chancellor, he was the Dean of the School of Civil Engineering and the Director of the USM Engineering Campus at the same time.
 
Prof. Dr. Ahmad Farhan has a PhD in Transport Studies from the University of London, United Kingdom. He has a Master of Science in Transport from the same university and a Bachelor in Civil Engineering from the Catholic University of America, Washington, United States. He also holds a Diploma of Imperial College (DIC) from the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine.

Prof. Dr. Ahmad Farhan has conducted numerous research and projects specializing in various areas of transport such as on Intelligent Transport System, public transport, sustainable transport, road safety, travel behavior, and traffic engineering. He has also published technical reports, books, and journal manuscripts relating to transport. In addition to teaching, he also supervises postgraduates at Masters and Doctorate levels.

He was appointed as the Director General of the Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS) between 2008 and 2011, and was critical behind many road safety strategies of the country. He is still very active championing road safety in Malaysia. In 2016, Ministry of Transport (MOT) Malaysia appointed him as the Cluster Head for the National Blue Ocean Strategy (NBOS) for MOT on road safety. For his work in road safety, he was accorded the Road Safety Icon Award by the Road Transport Department Malaysia (JPJ) in 2015.

Keynote Lecture I
Title: Towards 4th Industrial Revolution: Transcending Adversity
Professor Dr. Ahmad Farhan Mohd Sadullah
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic and International), USM
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Associate Professor Dr. Sivalal Sadasivan

02 SivalalAssociate Professor Dr. Sivalal Sadasivan joined Monash University Malaysia in June 2006. He is a medical doctor with professional training in public health, hospital management, health technology assessment, quality assurance, and health systems research, to name a few.

Dr. Sivalal started his career in Hospital Sultanah Aminah, Johor Bahru and worked in other Ministry of Health (MOH) Malaysia hospitals, including working as the director of Hospital Batu Pahat in Johor, before moving to the MOH headquarters, first in KL, and later in Putrajaya. At MOH, he has managed and provided input into a number of areas including technology management of MOH hospitals, budget for MOH hospitals, the Quality Assurance programme for MOH hospitals, and health policy. He set up and managed the Health Technology Assessment programme in MOH, and was also involved in coordinating the development of clinical practice guidelines, and ensuring their implementation. He was appointed as the Deputy Director of the Medical Development Division at MOH, and also as the Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Evidence-Based Practice in Health Care.

Dr. Sivalal is currently working on a lifestyle intervention project among hospital personnel. He has presented numerous papers at national and international conferences both locally and abroad. He was also previously involved in national MOH research projects like infection control in hospitals and on case-mix focusing on costing and funding in hospitals.

Dr. Sivalal is the founder president of the Malaysian Society of Health Technology Assessment and has been actively involved in international organizations like Health Technology Assessment International (HTAI) being a board member for many years, as well as Guidelines International where he also served as a trustee. He is currently a member of the Medical Advisory Committee in Hospital Sungai Long. He also participates in the Sri Jayanthi Welfare Organisation and involves in various other charitable organizations.

Keynote Lecture II
Title: Technology: Bane or Boon?
Assoc. Professor. Dr. Sivalal Sadasivan
Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine & Health Sciences
Monash University Malaysia
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Professor Dr. Abd. Karim Alias

03 Karim AliasProfessor Dr. Abd. Karim Alias graduated from Universiti Sains Malaysia with Bachelor of Applied Science (Food Technology) and continued his studies in University of Reading, UK, successfully obtaining Masters in Food Process Engineering and PhD in Food Technology.

He is currently the Professor of Food Technology at the School of Industrial Technology, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) and current Director of the Centre for Development of Academic Excellence & Student Development (CDAE), USM. As the Director of the CDAE, he is responsible to design and run a professional development programme in technology-enhanced learning and student-centred learning for the academic staff. He is a master trainer for the Academy for Higher Education Leadership (AKEPT) and also involved as a trainer in the technology-mediated learning workshop.

He has published more than 130 papers (H-Index 32) in international citation-indexed journals and several books/encyclopaedia chapters. He also has published and presented in more than 70 conference papers (7 of them as the keynote speaker). Prof. Dr. Abd. Karim is the recipient of more than 30 publication awards from USM. In 2017, he received recognition from Clarivate Analytics (Elsevier) as the World's Most Influential Scientific Mind.

He presently serves as a member in the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Food Research (UPM Publisher), Food Hydrocolloids (Elsevier), and Journal Food Packaging & Shelf Life (Elsevier).

Plenary I
Title: Navigating and Preparing Education for the Next Generation in the Era of 4th Industrial Revolution
Professor Dr. Abd. Karim Alias
Director, Centre for Development of Academic Excellence & Student Development (CDAE), Universiti Sains Malaysia
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Professor Dr. Peter John Anderson

04 Peter
Professor Dr. Peter John Anderson is the Senior Consultant Craniofacial Surgeon at the Australian Craniofacial Unit. He is a Principle Research Fellow at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute in the Stem Cell Laboratory Group.

He graduated in Dentistry and Medicine from the University of Edinburgh, completed higher training in both Plastic Surgery and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery mostly in Glasgow, Oxford, and London.

His research interest is in craniofacial biology and genetics; he has undertaken four doctoral theses in craniofacial biology encompassing DSc/MD/PhD and DDSc (Doctor of Dental Science) which is a higher doctorate in this field.

He has written over 100 peer-reviewed papers. He has strong commitment to teaching clinical and research, as well as supervising doctoral candidates from Australia and international postgraduates.

He is the Past President of the Asia Pacific Craniofacial Association (APCA) and President of the Australia and New Zealand Craniomaxillofacial Society.

Plenary II
Title: The Developing Use of Nanotechnology for Managing Patients with Craniofacial Anomalies
Professor Dr. Peter John Anderson
Consultant Craniofacial Surgeon/Director of Research
Craniofacial Unit, Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide, Australia.
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-- Day 2, 27th September 2018

Professor Dr. Zainul Ahmad Rajion

05 RajionProfessor Dr. Zainul Ahmad Rajion obtained his PhD in Medical Imaging of Craniofacial Deformity in 2004 at the University of Adelaide, Australia.

Besides his marvellous years and contributions in USM, he has also the opportunities to work in the College of Dentistry, King Saud bin Abdulaziz, University for Health Sciences, from March 2016 to June 2018.

His research interest is 3D craniofacial reconstruction based on radiographic data and biomaterial. He has made research visits to the (1) Department of Maxillofacial Surgery, Maastricht University, Netherlands, (2) Medical Imaging Research Group, Radbound University Nijmegen, Netherlands and (3) Oral Imaging Centre, School of Dentistry, Catholic University Leuven, Belgium.

He has been sponsored by the Malaysian Biotech Corporation for a course in the Certificate for Entrepreneurship Learning from University of Cambridge in 2010.

He is the recipient of various research grants including Australia’s Dental Research Foundation Grant, Yayasan FELDA’s Fundamental Top-Down Grant, Ministry of Higher Education, IRPA Top-Down, E-Science MOSTI, CRADLE Investment Fund, and Research University Grant.

Symposium I: Digitalizing Healthcare
Title 1: 3D Printing in Medicine and Surgery: Transforming Creativity in the Era of 4th Industrial Revolution
Professor Dr. Zainul Ahmad Rajion
School of Dental Sciences, USM
Abstract: Following the invention of the first computed tomography (CT) scanner in the early 1970s, many innovations in three dimensional (3D) diagnostic imaging technologies have occurred, leading to a wide range of applications in craniofacial clinical practice and research. This advance in craniofacial medical imaging has allowed the 3D reconstruction of anatomical structures for medical applications, including the design of patient specific implants based on computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) platforms. This technology has provided new possibilities to visualize complex medical data through generation of 3–dimensional (3D) physical models via additive manufacturing that can be eventually utilised to assist in diagnosis, surgical planning, implant design, and patient management. Current state-of-the-art multidetector CT (MDCT), also known as medical CT, has an important role in the diagnosis and management of craniofacial injuries and pathology. Three-dimensional cone beam CT (CBCT), pioneered in the 1990s, is gaining increasing popularity in dental and craniofacial clinical practice because of its faster image acquisition at a lower radiation dose. Recent innovations in micro-computed tomography (micro-CT) have revolutionized craniofacial biology research by enabling higher resolution scanning of bone and teeth beyond the capabilities of MDCT and CBCT, presenting new prospects for translational clinical research. This may revolutionize any surgery and implies the printing of viable tissues (scaffolds and bioresorbable materials), allowing to open an entirely new surgical era (tooth printing, bone printing, congenital or surgical defect repair).

Professor Dato’ Dr. Jafri Malin Abdullah

06 JafriProfessor Dato’ Dr. Jafri Malin Abdullah graduated with an MD from the School of Medical Sciences, USM in 1986. In 1994, he was awarded the Diplomate Certification of Specialization in Neurosurgery from the University of Ghent, Belgium.

He later obtained a Ph.D (Magna Cum Laude) from the same university in 1995. He is a Fellow of the Academy Science Malaysia, American College of Surgeons, the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, the Royal Society of Medicine (UK), World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies, and the American Association of Neurological Surgeons.

He is currently Professor of Neurosciences and the Director of P3Neuro; the Center for Neuroscience Services and Research, USM. He was awarded the prestigious Young National Malaysian Scientist Award in 1999 and Top Research Scientist Award, Academy Science Malaysia in 2013 both by the Prime Minister of that period.

Part of his cluster’s research are focused on new treatments in the field of human pluripotential stem cells, neurooncology, medicinal chemistry in the field of biodegradable wafer antibiotics, drugs for movement disorders, CNS tuberculosis, epilepsy, and pain as well as ethnopharmacology.

He has authored 11 textbooks and written 16 textbook chapters. He graduated more than 65 neurosurgeons, neurologists & 45 neuroscientists via the Masters of Surgery (Neurology), Advance Master Internal Medicine (Neurology), Master of Science (Neuroscience) and PhD Neuroscience and recently initiated Asia’s first Integrated Doctor of Neuroscience Program as well as the first joint Clinical Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience’s programme.

Symposium I: Digitalizing Healthcare
Title 2: The Use of Digital Neurotechnology: Why Malaysia Needs to Catch Up!
Professor Dato’ Dr. Jafri Malin Abdullah 
Centre for Neuroscience Services and Research (P3Neuro), USM
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Mr. Victor Devadass

07 VictorMr. Victor Devadass graduated from the University of Malaya with Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) in 1981 and Masters in Engineering Science Mechanical in 1995.

His working experience includes a tenure in Motorola Malaysia as a Quality Control Engineer (1981-1982) and currently as Senior Principal Researcher in Industrial Centre of Innovation in Biomedical, SIRIM Industrial Research; the organization that he has joined since 1982 till present.
Mr. Victor has high specialization and has many national research projects in the field of additive manufacturing, design of custom made implants, CAD/CAM, CNC machining and prototype development.

Symposium I: Digitalizing Healthcare
Title 3: Digitalizing Dental Labs: The Way Forward
Mr. Victor Devadass
Industrial Centre of Innovation in Biomedical, SIRIM Industrial Research
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Assistant Professor Dr. Raymond Wong

08 RaymondAssistant Professor Dr. Raymond Wong graduated from the University of Malaya with Bachelor of Dental Surgery. He pursued Master of Dental Surgery (Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery) at National University of Singapore, followed by Doctor of Philosophy (Medical Sciences) in Radboud University Nijmegen.

He is a Fellow of Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons and Academy of Medicine Singapore.

He trained for Postgraduate Clinical Fellowship in Advanced Orthognathic Surgery at Sunderland Royal Hospital; as Specialist, Registrar and Clinical Fellow at the Morriston Hospital, Swansea, United Kingdom.

He is currently serving as a Senior Consultant at the National University Hospital Singapore (NUHS) and is also an Assistant Professor in the discipline of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.

His research interests are biomechanics of facial skeleton, 3D imaging, simulation and printing, alloplastic mandibular reconstruction, patient-specific implants, and personalized surgery, orthognathic surgery, and health economics of new technology implementation.

Symposium II: Craniofacial Aesthetic: Challenges, Transcending Adversity and New Paradigm
Title 1: Customization of Results in Facial Deformity Surgery by Combining the Latest Advances with the Armamentaria of Orthognathic Surgical Techniques in an Aesthetically Driven Era
Assist. Prof. Dr. Raymond Wong Chung Wen
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Abstract:
In an aesthetically driven era, influenced by social and main stream media, patients are no longer satisfied with just getting a good occlusion. Current advances allow us to customise our results (within reason); this talk will try to focus on the latest thinking and techniques that can be implemented easily. The surgical techniques of orthognathic surgery can be combined with customised patient specific implants using an aesthetically driven problem list to try to improve our results.

Dr. Abu Razali Saini

09 Abu RazaliDr. Abu Razali Saini is a general practitioner with a passion for aesthetic dentistry and dental photography. He is a sought-after dentist, demanded by local celebrities and artists for aesthetic dentistry.

He also lends his experience in the local movie productions whenever they require artistic and realistic dental prosthesis.

He had also conducted numerous lectures and hands-on workshops locally and internationally. He gives talks on various topics related to the aesthetics dentistry and clinical photography, both topics that are close to his heart.

Dr. Abu who is graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry, University Malaya is now actively involved in contributing to the dental education and holds many adjunct positions at various universities in Malaysia.

He has designed, developed and conducted dental photography course for DClinDent DX 6142 in Faculty of Dentistry, UKM since 2009. He also conducts a similar programme in Faculty of Dentistry, UiTM for DClinDent DMH 902. He also conducts many express modules on dental photography for government dental specialists and dental auxiliaries.

Currently, he is the Vice President of the Islamic Dental Association of Malaysia (IDAM).

Symposium II: Craniofacial Aesthetic: Challenges, Transcending Adversity and New Paradigm
Title 2: The Fundamentals in Dental Photography - How to Start?
Dr. Abu Razali Saini
Islamic Dental Association of Malaysia (IDAM)
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Abstract:
Dental photography is considered to be a powerful tool for treatment planning in the modern dental practice. Pre and post-op clinical pictures are necessary for diagnosis, treatment planning, maintaining dental records for patient motivation and medico-legal defence should the need arise. Images provide the necessary reference especially in high end aesthetic cases that demand precise result. While a well-planned treatment is essential for the longevity of the treatment, record of procedural as well as before and after dental photos significantly increase the patient’s confidence and helps in practice marketing. This lecture will enable the attendees to understand digital dental photography by using DSLR and other digital cameras available in the market. Dr Abu will outline the details of dental photography in general with the choices available, while highlighting the benefits of having specific modes, to capture intra-oral photos in the true dental colour and intuitive on screen guides that enable anyone in the dental team to take consistent photos every time.

Dr. Firdaus Hanapiah

10 FirdausDr. Firdaus Hanapiah graduated from the University of Otago, New Zealand in 1990. He then returned to Malaysia to take up position as a clinical tutor at the Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Malaya. In 1993, he joined the Eastman Dental Hospital, University College London where he was a part-time honorary senior house officer.

In 1996, he completed an MSc in Oral Surgery from the Eastman and was also awarded the Fellowship in Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons, England and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI). He is also a member of The International Team for Implantology (ITI). He once again returned to Malaysia to take a position as a lecturer at the Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Malaya.

Currently, he is in private practice based at the DEMC Specialist Hospital, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia, serving as the consultant oral & maxillofacial surgeon as well as the head clinician for the Firdaus and Sharina Dental Clinics as well as the Bangsar Dental Specialist Centre and Consultant OMFS Surgeon for the Smile Clinic Group as well as the Glamsmile Dental Specialist Centre in the Klang Valley. He is also a registered Specialist in the National Specialist Register of Malaysia (NSR) and a member of the Academy of Medicine of Malaysia.

He has since placed more than 6000 dental implants. He is also a pioneer in the field of virtual surgery in the surgical placement of implants. He has given lectures in Europe and Asia, namely in Germany, Finland, Belgium, Singapore and Indonesia, and actively attending dental global conferences.

Symposium II: Craniofacial Aesthetic: Challenges, Transcending Adversity and New Paradigm
Title 3: The Utilization of an Intraoral Scanner as a Tool for Complex Maxillofacial Treatment Planning
Dr. Firdaus Hanapiah
DEMC Specialist Hospital, Shah Alam, Selangor
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Abstract:
The taking of an intraoral impression has always been an integral and important part of creating a treatment plan for any oral and maxillofacial work up. The traditional way of taking these impressions may involve using elastomeric or alginate materials. This can lead to errors that may not be seen in the clinical settings. Such mistakes may lead to poor fitting appliances that may end in disaster on the operating table. The advent of the digital intraoral scanner can improve on this situation as its accuracy is much higher than the conventional impression material. The tolerance is as low as 7 microns. This paper will describe the use of the intraoral scanner in the daily OMFS practice ranging from making OSA appliances to that of planning an orthognathic surgery and complex maxillofacial implant surgery.