Dr Erin Lim

Dr Erin Lim

Dr Erin LimDr Erin Lim
Senior Lecturer

Bachelor’s in Science (Hons)-Microbiology, PhD in Medical Biotechnology
Email: erinlim@perdanauniversity.edu.my

Dr Erin Lim obtained both her Bachelor’s in Science (Hons)-Microbiology and pursued her PhD in Medical Biotechnology from Universiti Putra Malaysia with a National Science Fellowship from the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. She was a lecturer at the International Medical University under the School of Pharmacy prior to joining Perdana University, PU-RCSI as a Senior Lecturer. Her main research interests include immunological analyses of disease, vaccination and treatment models in animals as well as preliminary screening, isolating and identifying molecules which are produced by bacteria or natural products which could potentially function as antibiotics. Dr Erin’s current ongoing collaborations are with the Agro Biotechnology Institute, Universiti Putra Malaysia and the International Medical University. She hopes her work will support discovery of therapeutics in the clinical setting and assist in the combat against the burden of antibiotic resistance. Her other research interests include development of subunit vaccines.

Yap PSX, Krishnan T, Chan K-G, Lim SHE. 2014 Synergistic activity and mode of action of cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum (cort.) bark essential oil and piperacillin combination against multi-drug resistant Escherichia coli (In press)

Yap IKS, Kho MT, Lim SHE, Ismail NH, Yam WK, Chong CW. 2014 Acclimatisation-induced stress influenced host metabolic and gut microbial composition change Molecular Biosystems (In press)
Yap PSX, Yiap BC, Hu CP, Lim SHE. 2014 Essential oils, a new horizon in reversing bacterial antibiotic resistance? Open Microbiology Journal 8:6-14

Yap PSX, Krishnan T, Yiap BC, Hu CP, Chan K-G, Lim SHE. 2014 Membrane disruption and anti-quorum sensing effects of synergistic interaction between Lavandula augustifolia (lavender oil) in combination with antibiotic against plasmid-conferred multidrug resistant Escherichia coli. Journal of Applied Microbiology 116(5):1119-1128

Yap PSX, Chong EYT, Wong YY,  Lim XY, Ang JH, Goh HSL, Lai SMX, Mai CW, Buru AS, Pichika MR, Lim SHE. 2013 Antibacterial and antifungal yesting of the different extracts of Dillenia obovata (Blume Hoogl) World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 2(5):3946-3962

Lim SHE, Poon PM, Ng SL, Oh CP, Sin XJ, Ng SY, Loh TY, Buru AS, Pichika MR. 2013 Evaluation of four extracts from Dillenia ovate stem bark and leaves for antibacterial and antifungal activity. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 5(3):471-474

Yap PSX, Lim SHE, Hu CP, Yiap BC. 2013 Combination of essential oils and antibiotics reduce antibiotic resistance in plasmid-conferred multidrug resistant bacteria. Phytomedicine 20:710-713

Lim SHE, Jahanshiri F, Jalilian FA, Abdul Rahim R, Sekawi  Z, Yusoff K, 2010 Surface display of respiratory syncytial virus glycoproteins in Lactococcus lactis NZ9000 Letters in Applied Microbiology 51(6):658-664

Lim SHE, Jahanshiri F, Jalilian FA, Abdul Rahim R, Sekawi  Z, Yusoff K. 2010 Glycosylation is not necessary for the recognition of the fusion glycoprotein domain of human respiratory suncytial virus by a polyclonal antibody. Acta Virologica 54(3): 181-187