Prof Dr Hamidon Basri
Professor Dr Hj Hamidon Hj Basri is a senior consultant neurologist and the head of Department of Neurology, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences UPM. In his 25 years as a medical professional, he has consistently been a high achiever in contributing to medical education, research and the development of the profession at institutional, national and international levels. He has trained many specialists (neurologists and physicians) in the country.
The highlight of his career was the successful launching of a unique new approach in hyperacute stroke treatment strategy based on the new game-changing thrombolysis and thrombectomy procedure for stroke patients. Immense efforts were made in planning, strategizing and preparing for a novel benchmark niche area in stroke care for Hospital Pengajar UPM (HPUPM). His brainchild is the Regional Emergency Stroke Quick-response (RESQ) network and HPUPM is the pioneer principal high-volume stroke RESQ training centre in Malaysia.
Dr Norhayati Hussein is a Consultant Rehabilitation Physician at Hospital Rehabilitasi Cheras (HRC). She completed her post-graduate study in University Malaya and pursued Clinical Fellowship in Neurorehabilitation in Canada. She was actively involved in the 16-19th editions of Evidence-Based Review of Stroke Rehabilitation – EBRSR (www.ebrsr.com). She also co-authored book chapters in Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation (Stein et al), Ischemic Stroke Therapeutics: A Comprehensive Guide (Ovbiagele & Turan) and contributed to a chapter in Braddom’s Rehabilitation Care: A Clinical Handbook (Cifu & Lew).
She is the national representative for Asia Oceanian Society for NeuroRehabilitation (AOSNR) and leads the Malaysian Association of Rehabilitation Physician (MARP) SIG Stroke and Neurorehabilitation. She now heads the Neurological Rehabilitation Unit, Hospital Rehabilitasi Cheras, Malaysia and holds special interest in stroke rehabilitation and rehabilitation of neuropathy & neurodegenerative disorders
Dr Wong Sing Keat
Dr Wong Sing Keat is presently the Neurology trainee in Hospital Kuala Lumpur.
He graduated from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and obstained his MRCP UK in 2015.
His interest includes stroke.