Associate Professor Dr Nurliza Binti Khaliddin is a member of various professional bodies, both nationally and internationally. She had begun her career at the Ministry of Health in Malaysia in 1996 and had served in Malaysia as well as the Royal Children's Hospital in Victoria. Her areas of expertise are paediatric ophthalmology, ophthalmology, and glaucoma. She has contributed both to books and journals, the latest being a book entitled Paediatric Glaucoma. Reduce Unnecessary Blindness, published by Save One Sight Enterprise and the journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology. Her research interests includes allergic conjunctivitis and dry eyes, identification of MYOC and OPTN gene mutation in JOAG, retinopathy of prematurity, Shaken Baby Syndrome and laser treatments of proliferative diabetic retinopathy and diabetic maculopathy. She also speaks and presents on her areas of expertise. Her expert contributions includes being the editor of the Master Ophthalmology Guidebook, Department of Ophthalmology and the Conjoint Board of Ophthalmology. Her contributions to society includes the UM wellness Program, being the editor of Malaysian Medical Society Ophthalmological Society Souvenir book entitled MMA OS: 45 years of Glory, and participation in the World Sight Day in collaboration with Lions Club.
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