Lee Yih Nin
Dr. Lee Yih Nin
Ph.D., M.Sc, B.Sc
Location: Skylark 3 Room 414
Telephone: +60 85 630 100 Ext: 2516
Dr. Lee Yih Nin is currently a lecturer in the Department of Applied Sciences at Curtin University, Malaysia. She accomplished her PhD in Veterinary Medicine from Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University (NVLU), Japan in 2020. She obtained her Master degree in Aquaculture from Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) in 2016 and Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences from Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT) in 2013. Her main research interest involved research in fish diseases and immunology. She is experienced on lower fungi identification, gene expression and immunology study in fish.
- PhD in Veterinary Medicine, Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University, Japan, 2016-2020
- Master of Science (Aquaculture), Universiti Malaysia Sabah, 2015-2016
- Bachelor of Science (Biological Sciences), Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, 2010-2013
- Fungal infection (lower fungi)
- Gene cloning
- Fish diseases
Lee, Y. N., Wada, S. and Kurata, O. (2020) Effect of age on susceptibility of marbled rockfish, Sebastiscus marmoratus to Ochroconis humicola following experimental challenge. Journal Fish Diseases, 43: 399-401.
Lee, Y. N., Hatai, K. and Kurata, O. (2017) Haliphthoros milfordensis isolated from eggs and larvae of mud crad (Scylla tranquebarica) in Sabah, Malaysia. European Bulletin Association Fish Pathology, 37(6): 226-234.
Lee, Y. N., Hatai, K. and Kurata, O. (2017) Haliphthoros sabahensis sp. nov. isolated from mud crab Scylla tranquebarica eggs and larvae in Malaysia. Fish Pathology, 52(1): 31-37.
Lee, Y. N., Hatai, K and Kurata, O. (2016) First report of Lagenidium thermophilum isolated from eggs and larvae of mud crab Scylla tranquebarica in Sabah, Malaysia. European Bulletin Association Fish Pathology, 36(3): 111-117.
Lee, Y. N., Chuah, Q. Y. and Hatai, K (2016) Biological characteristics of obligate marine Lagenidium thermophilum isolated from mud crab (Scylla tranquebarica) eggs in Sabah, Malaysia. European Bulletin Association Fish Pathology, 36(3): 126-130.