Professor Dr. Jasni Sabri is an academician at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (FPV), Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (UMK). He obtained his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at University Putra Malaysia (UPM) before he pursued his Ph.D on Veterinary Pathology at the Royal Dick School of Veterinary Studies, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom.
He was previously an academic staff at UPM. In UPM, he was the coordinator of the University’s Ruminant Centre of Excellent and Post Mortem Laboratory, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.
He left UPM on 2012 to help develop the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in UMK by invitation. While serving as the Deputy Dean, Research and Innovation at FPV, UMK, he was appointed as the Director of Research and Innovation Management Centre, for UMK. He is very passionate in histopathology and ultrastructural pathology, especially on the respiratory and gastrointestinal systems. Currently, he engaged in research on respiratory diseases in small ruminants, tumour in camels and herbal remedies of cancer. His international students had won best Ph.D thesis awards for research on haemorrhagic septicaemia in calves, pasteurellosis in rabbits and leptospirosis in guinea pigs.
He had led the national and ASIAN pathologists in the Malaysian Association of Veterinary Pathology and Asian Association of Veterinary Pathology as the president. Currently he is the advisor and referral pathologists in veterinary pathology for the Malaysian Association of Veterinary Pathology. He also assisted the Biocompatibility unit at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia on histopathology of laboratory experiments. He is also an evaluator of research proposals for the national and university’s research grants including the knowledge transfer program grant from the Malaysian government.
Respiratory and Gastrointestinal systems; Veterinary pathology.