UNAIR NEWS – The Adjunct Professor program will be held more frequently by Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (FKH) of Universitas Airlangga. It was done to support UNAIR towards Top 500 World Class University (WCU).
For the adjunct professors program, academic community members from other countries, especially professors from various renowned universities in the world, become part of FKH UNAIR’s collaboration. The professors with various expertises are presented for knowledge tranfer on up-to-date knowledge in the field of veterinary medicine.
Professor of Parasitology and Epidemiology from Azabu University Japan, Prof. Ooi Hong Kean (third from the left) with FKH UNAIR leaders. (Photo: By courtesy)
The latest Adjunct Professor Program was held by FKH UNAIR on December 26-29 2018. Prof. Ooi Hong Kean, DVM., Ph.D from Azabu University Japan was invited for the program. The expert in the field of Parasitology and Epidemiology was invited by Dean of FKH UNAIR as a form of collaboration. The professor also often invites students and lecturer staff to join Sakura Science Project program in Japan.
While in Surabaya Prof. Ooi Hong Kean gave public lectures on animal disease caused by parasites, as well as on the techniques of writing scientific publications in reputable journals.
Professor Ooi Hong Kean (third from the left) with students in a laboratory in FKH UNAIR. (Photo: By courtesy)
The Azabu University Professor also guided students and lecturers laboratory project on diagnosing microfilariasis using a microhematocrit reader and hematology analyzer and how to culture Salmonella spp bacteria using immunomagnetic techniques.
The activity was responded well by FKH UNAIR students and lecturers who participated in the Adjunct Professor program. The expected target for this year will be research and publication collaboration between the adjunct professors and lecturers in FKH Universitas Airlangga. More publications will improve academic reputation and develop competent lecturer resources towards 500 World Class University. (*)