Dr. Anne Jamaludin
Dr. Anne Jamaludin
Lecturer, Epidemiology and Public Health Medicine
GDPH (Adelaide), MPH (Adelaide), PhD (Monash)
Dr. Anne Jamaludin is a public health specialist. She has a Graduate Diploma in Public Health (The University of Adelaide, Australia) and Master in Public Health (The University of Adelaide, Australia) and had pursued her PhD in public health at Monash University Malaysia. Prior to joining PU-RCSI she had worked as a Research Associate at the Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC-Monash University Malaysia) looking at child injuries specifically on road traffic injuries (pedestrian, motorcycle, knowledge and road safety attitudes and behaviour, etc).
Prior to that she had worked extensively on the ground with local communities on HIV/AIDS prevention and harm reduction programmes, specifically looking at women and children who are infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. These work brought collaboration between UNICEF Malaysia and the Ministry of Health Malaysia.
Stevenson, M., Oxley, J., Cuong, PV., Jamaludin, A. (2012). Assessment and Evaluation of Viet Nam Child Injury Prevention Programmes (CIP). UNICEF Viet Nam.
Oxley, J., Jamaludin, A. & Johnson, M. (2012). Analysis of child pedestrian deaths and serious injuries. Journal of Australasian College of Road Safety: Special issue on child safety. Victoria, Melbourne.
Oxley, J., Pachalai, G. & Jamaludin, A. (2012). Understanding Major Trauma in Malaysia: Implementation of the National Trauma Database (NTrD).
Noorliza, N., Jamaludin, A., Hamid, I. Et al (2010). Childhood Injury Database: Pilot Implementation in Kluang Hospital, Johor. Internal report to UNICEF Malaysia.
Noordin, N (editor) (2009). Battered and Betrayed: Combating Child Abuse in Malaysia (2009). Jamaludin listed as major contributor to the book.
Jamaludin, A. & Moss, J. (2005). The Importance and Relevance of a Social Health Atlas for the Public Health System in Malaysia. Masters of Public Health thesis, University of Adelaide, Australia
Advanced pre-clinical trials to validate therapeutic effects of phytonutrient formulations utilizing nutrigenomics and rat models (cardiovascular, cognitive dysfunction and diabetic disorders)
PU research team: Dr Karen Morgan (Principal Investigator), Mr Amuthan Ganesh, Anne Jamaludin, Sangeeta Kaur (Research Manager) and Kanason Rajagobal (Research Officer).
Childhood injuries: understanding the ‘grey’ area of underlying intent and cause of injuries
Research team: Anne Jamaludin (Principal investigator), Assoc Prof Dr Quek Kia Fatt (Monash University Malaysia), Dr Jennie Oxley (C-MARC, Monash University Melbourne) and Prof Chris Goddard (CAPRA-Monash University Melbourne)