Professor Dr Ramli Musa
M.D. (UKM), M.Med. (Psych) (UKM), Fellowship in Addiction Medicine.
General Psychiatry, Liaison Psychiatry (Organ Transplant Assessment)
Validation Questionnaire, Addiction Psychiatry and
Liaison Psychiatry (Renal Transplant)
Designing new questionnaires, Translation & Validation, Methadone treatment,
Prof Ramli Musa joined IIUM in 2008 as a senior lecturer after serving at Ministry of Health Malaysia and UiTM for 10 years. He was then promoted to Associate Professor after 1 year with IIUM. After completed the thee-year clock tenure of Associate Prof, he was then promoted to Professorship.
His received a few awards including Outstanding Research Quality Award (Health and Allied Sciences) for 2 consecutive years (2012 and 2013), University Best Researcher Award; Best Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS) (Social Science), 14th International Conference and Exposition on Inventions by Institutions of Higher Learning (PECIPTA 2015), Commercial Potential Award; Silver medal, Winner for The Best Project FRGS 2/2011 by Ministry of Higher Education and Malaysian Technology Expo in 2017 and 2020.
Presently Dr Ramli is a Professor at Department of Psychiatry, Kulliyyah of Medicine IIUM. He is also active in charity and NGO works. He is the chairman founder for Pahang Mental Health Association (PAMHEC) and Advisor for Parents Support Group (Persatuan Ibubapa Anak-anak Istimewa Pahang) (PIANiS); an NGO for parents support group. He is also a member of Board of Visitor Rumah Kanak-Kanak Tunku Ampuan Fatimah Pahang.
Being passionate in research, he established a database of translated and validated questionnaires in Bahasa Malaysia and a website as an effort to promote research and awareness in mental health. The website is called Mental Health Information and Research (MaHIR). He is a member of editorial board of a few journals namely ASEAN Journal of Psychiatry (ASEAN Federation for Psychiatry and Mental Health AFPMH), Open Journal of Epidemiology (OJEpi). http://www.scirp.org/journal/ojepi/ , Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health Care (CMPHC) and Journal of Clinical Pathology and Forensic Medicine (JCPFM).