Dr Azreen Rozainee Dr Azreen Rozainee Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr Azreen Rozainee joined UOW Malaysia KDU since March 2017 as a lecturer in the School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts. Prior before joining KDU, she worked as a research officer in University Sains Malaysia for a few years under different project grants from various schools such as School of Social Sciences and School of Humanities. She holds a degree in Environmental Biology (Hons.) and Master’s degree in Public Administration. She completed her PhD in Resource Management (Tourism Geography) concentrating on multi-stakeholder perspectives on Ecotourism in Belum Temengor Forest Complex, Perak. Her diverse background and her deep interest in natural environment motivates her to pursue research using qualitative methods in areas such as sustainable tourism, nature-based tourism, wildlife conservation, tourism experiences and tourism impacts. She has published in various papers in journals and conferences. Her other interests include medical tourism and gastronomic tourism and she believes that they have huge potential in tourism industry. Qualifications PhD Universiti Sains Malaysia, 2016 Research Title: Ecotourism Development in Belum Temengor Forest Complex Master of Public Administration Universiti Sains Malaysia, 2008 Research Title: Topology optimization of spinal interbody cage or reducing stress shielding effect Bachelor of Applied Science (Environmental Biology) (Hons) Universiti Sains Malaysia, 2006 Research & Publications Year Title 2019 Abdullah, A.R., Sweeting, C., Mulia, V. B., Fatah, A.F.A. (2019). Factors attracting Indonesian medical tourists to Penang. African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, GCBSS Special Edition, 1-10. 2018 Abdullah, A. R., Chan, N. W., & Abdul Fatah, I. A. (2018). Ecotourism in Penang National Park: A multi-stakeholder perspective on environmental issues. Journal of Business and Social Development, 6(1): 70-83. Abdullah, A. R., Suguna M. & Ang C. X. (2018). Exploring the relationship between destination image, perceived value, tourist satisfaction and revisit intention in Redang Island. Paper presented at 2018 International Conference on Technology and Humanities (IcoTECH 2018), KDU Penang Univeristy College, Penang, 18-19 November. Suguna, M., Abdullah, A. R., Loh W.C., & Hadaka, N. Exploring the Differences Among Cross-Cultural Customers’ Perception towards Japanese Restaurant in Penang Island. Paper presented at 2018 International Conference on Technology and Humanities (IcoTECH 2018), KDU Penang Univeristy College, Penang, 18-19 November.