BSc (Biotechnology) UPM (Malaysia), MSc (Molecular Microbiology) UNIMAS (Malaysia) and PhD (Biology) Pennsylvania State University (USA).
She worked on the genetic diversity and antimicrobioal profiling of Escherichia coli in bats and rodents for her MSc thesis. Later, she furthered her PhD with special interest on molecular evolution of pigeon paramyxovirus. Her general research interest focuses on understanding the ecology and evolutionary dynamics of pathogens, particularly those with zoonotic potentials.
She is currently teaching 6 undergraduate courses, including Animal Physiology course as Course Coordinator since 2012. Together with Badiozaman, they had initiated UNIMAS Open Courseware (OCW) for Animal Physiology course in 2014. She is currently the Programme Coordinator for Animal Resource Science and Management since 2014 and the Managing Editor for Borneo Journal Resource Science & Technology (BJRST) since 2012.