Medic 13

Tay Siow Phing  

Academic Post : Senior Lecturer
Date Joining UNIMAS : 27th March 2002
Qualifications : Master of Medical Sciences (Pathology) (UKM), Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Honours) (UKM)
Citizen : Malaysian
Appointment Status : Permanent
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Telephone : 082-581000 ext:5491



Working Experiences

  • Senior Lecturer (UNIMAS): 2007-till present

  • Lecturer (UNIMAS): 2002-2006

  • Research Assistant (UKM) : 1998-2001



Current Academic Responsibility

  • Phase I Committee Member
  • Professional 1 & EOY1 Exams Vetting Committee Member
  • Block 3 (MDP 10306) Coordinator
  • Teaching and examining Year 1 and Year 2 medical students
  • PBL facilitators for Year 1 and Year 2 medical students


Research Interest:

  • Immunophenotypes of haematological malignancies
  • Haemostatic changes in haematological disorders  

Research Project:

 MOSTI eScience grant :  RM 243,700.

 Project ID :  02-01-09-SF0020

 Status: Co-investigator.

 Title :  The assessment of minimal residual disease in acute leukaemias after completion of induction chemotherapy by multiparameter flow cytometry.

 Date started :  October 2007.

 Expected date of completion :  October 2009.

 Current status :  Collection of laboratory data



  • Tay, S.P.and Cheong, S.K. An in-house ELISA method for quantification of circulating tissue factor. Malaysian Journal of Pathology 2002; 24(1): 45-51
  • Tay, S.P.,Cheong, S.K. and Boo, N.Y. Circulating tissue factor, tissue factor pathway inhibitor and D-dimer in umbilical cord blood of normal term neonates and adult plasma. Blood Coagulation & Fibrinolysis 2003; 14(2): 125-129
  • Tay, S.P., Cheong, S.K. and Boo, N.Y. Elevated plasma tissue factor levels in neonates with umbilical arterial catheter-associated thrombosis. Malaysian Journal of Pathology 2006; 28: 41-48
  • Chin, S.P., Liew, C.K., Tay, S.P., Annuar, R., Liew, H.B., Ang, C.K., Fong Y.Y., Ong, T.K., Gudum, H.R. and Sim, K.H. Platelet non-responsiveness to dual anti-platelet therapy and relation to coronary disease among diabetes patients. International Journal of Cardiology 2007; 118: 418-420


Involvement in Professional Organization

  • Malaysian Society of Haematology (Life Member)

Participation in Continuing Education and Services


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