Asst. Prof. Dr. Roslina Abdul Rahim graduated from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia with Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) in 2003. In 2007, she obtained Master of Medical Sciences (Physiology) from International Islamic University Malaysia and received the ‘Best Student Award’. In July 2011 she was awarded Ph.D in Biomedical Science from University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. While studying in University of Nottingham (2010), Dr Roslina received an ‘Early Researcher of Excellence Award’ from the School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Nottingham due to her outstanding performance at International conferences. She have presented her research works at British association for the study of liver disease (BASL) (Imperial College London, 2009); International Liver Congress (ILC) (Copenhagen, 2009; Berlin, 2011) and American association for the study of liver disease (AASLD) (Boston, 2009). Currently, she is working as Assistant Professor of Physiology, at the Department of Basic Medical Science, Kulliyyah of Medicine, International Islamic University Malaysia. She has been teaching Physiology for 8 years, specializing in Human Physiology in undergraduate and postgraduate students. At the present moment, she is also actively supervising postgraduate students [(1 PhD as a Co-supervisor (on going); 2 master students graduated as the supervisor and another 2 clinical master student as a co-supervisor (on going). She has published a textbook in Physiology of Respiratory System (IIUM Press, 2018) and also three research books; Ghrelin, the novel hormone (IIUM Press, 2017), Effect of Tualang honey in acute kidney injury animal model and Effect of tualang honey on non-alcoholic steatohepatitis rat model (LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2017). Other than books, to date she have published 12 journal articles.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Roslina Abdul Rahim research interest areas are nonalcoholic steatohepatitis and acute kidney disease animal model and the effects of Tualang Honey and Habbatus Sauda supplementation on these conditions. She also conducted research studies in Ghrelin, leptin and Polycystic ovary syndrome women, wound healing and sleep study in diabetes patients