Dr Mun Seng Kan graduated from the National University of Malaysia with his first degree in BSc (Hons) Biochemistry. He furthered his postgraduate studies in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology and obtained the PhD from the University of Sheffield, UK in 1999. Prior to joining UNM in 2012, Dr Kan spent years lecturing in other universities. Currently, he is the Programme Director for the Division of Biomedical Sciences in the School of Pharmacy.
Dr Kan teaches mostly the biochemistry and molecular biology to the student cohorts from the Biomedical Sciences.
Dr Kan's research interests focus on the molecular gene controls, protein expressions and bioactive compounds, especially protein-based drugs, short peptides and immunopotentiators. He is currently… read more
RASSOULI FB, MATIN MM, BAHRAMI AR, GHAFFARZADEGAN K, CHESHOMI H, LARI S, MEMAR B and KAN MS, 2013. Evaluating stem and cancerous biomarkers in CD15+CD44+ KYSE30 cells Tumor Biology. 34(5), 2909-2920
WU TY, KAN MS, SIOW LF and PALNIANDY LK, 2010. Effect of temperature on moromi fermentation of soy sauce with intermittent aeration African Journal of Biotechnology. 9(5), 702-706
Dr Kan's research interests focus on the molecular gene controls, protein expressions and bioactive compounds, especially protein-based drugs, short peptides and immunopotentiators. He is currently researching on protein immunopotentiators from edible mushrooms particularly for cancer research.