Siti Hadija Mohd
Area of Expertise:
Malaysian history, Southeast Asian history, Islamic history, Legal and cultural history, Nationalistic uprising in the Middle East and the Malay Archipelago in the late 19th century to the mid 20th century, Molecular biology and genetics, Microbiology, Clinical biology
Hadija is one of ASB’s Academic Associates. She has been with ASB since October 2018. Prior to joining the dynamic and unconventional team at ASB, Hadija has had 11 years of inter-disciplinary and inter-departmental professional working experience, namely as a university lecturer, college tutor, international school teacher, genetic lab researcher, research historian as well as corporate consultant and trainer. Now at ASB, she is more than eager to continue to be a part of its energetic and innovative team.
Hadija has a Ph.D. and Masters degree in History and Civilization as well as a Bachelor in Biomedical Science from the International Islamic University Malaysia (UIAM). Her academic and teaching background includes Islamic History, World History, Asian and Malaysian History, Islamic Studies, Fatwa Studies, Medical Sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Biochemistry), General Sciences and the Humanities (Geography, Social Studies, Global Perspectives). Passionate about History, Hadija is a member of the Malaysian History Society (Persatuan Sejarah Malaysia) and is working to have several of her manuscripts and work in history published.
- First place winner of 3 Minute Thesis Competition at University Level (2018)
- People’s Choice of 3 Minute Thesis Competition at National Level (2018)
- Best student of Department of History of Master of Human Sciences in History and Civilization, class of 2014
- Best presenter of Final Year Project 2008 “Blood and Molecular Analyses of Alpha Thalassaemia among Malaysians”