Dr. Mirza Hapsari S.T.P., S.Gz, MPH, RD is an associate professor at the Department of Nutrition and Health, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada. She graduated from School of Public Health, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia. She has been working on the area of sport nutrition from the last 5 years.

Research Project:
  1. Research (2012). The effect of Banana Isotonic Drink to Hydration in Older People compared to Plain water and gold standard of isotonic drink. Mirza Hapsari Sakti TP, Fac. Medicine, GMU, Yogyakarta.
  2. Research (2012). The Identification of postural orthostatic hypotention (POTS) as the effect of dehydration, fluid consumption and emotional status among collage students. Mirza Hapsari Sakti TP, Fac. Medicine, GMU, Yogyakarta.
  3. Research (2012). The Indentification of Hydration, Fluid Consumption, Antropometric Status, Somatotype, Body Characteristic, and Food Intake Among Pencak Silat Athlete. Mirza Hapsari Sakti TP, Fac. Medicine, GMU, Yogyakarta.
  4. Research (2013). Identification and Characterization of Fatty Acids, Antioxidants and Dopamine In Banana Products Isotonic Drink: Preliminary Study of Development of Sport Drink. Mirza Hapsari Sakti TP, Fac. Medicine, GMU, Yogyakarta.
  5. Research (2014). Effect of Prebiotic, Calcium and Collagen in Rat Bone Mass Formation with Osteoporosis: Osteoporosis Prevention Study based on Natural Food-Medicine. Mirza Hapsari Sakti TP, Fac. Medicine, GMU, Yogyakarta. Risbiniptekdok 2014.
  6. Research (2014). Research and Development Product KACIDE as a source of BCAA drink for weight sport athlete. Indofood Research Nugraha and Grant from Nutrition and Health Department, Fac. Medicine, GMU, Yogyakarta.
  7. Research (2015). Identification Somatotype, Body Composition, Fluid intake and Food Intake in Youth Athletes in Ragunan Dormitory. Grant from Ministry of Youth and Sport RI.
  8. Research (2015). Effect of Zink Supplementation in Isotonic Drink for Endurance Athletes. Grant from Nutrition and Health Department, Fac. Medicine, GMU, Yogyakarta.
  9. Research (2016). Identification Somatotype, Body Composition, Fluid intake and Food Intake in Indonesian National Paralympics Athletes. Grant from Ministry of Youth and Sport RI.

Recent Publications:
  1. Penggalih, M.H.S.T., Gardjito, M, Sofro, Z.M. Banana Isotonic Drink improve orthostatic tolerance in voluntary dehydration subject. International Food Research Journal 19(3): 883-887 (2012).
  2. Penggalih, M.H.S.T, Afriani, Y., Zulaimah. Results Identification osmolarity and pH value in Beverage Commercial Circulating in Yogyakarta in 2011. Gizi Kita. Vol. 12 (2): 81-89. 2012.
  3. Penggalih, M.H.S.T., Probosuseno, Pramantara, I. D.P, Wahyuni, S.P., Suprapti, D., Types of beverages does not affect orthostatic response as an indicator of hydration in healthy elderly. Gizi Kita. Vol. 13 (2): 75-85. 2013.
  4. Rohman, A., Helmiyati S, Hapsari M., Setyaningrum DL., Rice in health and nutrition. International Food Research Journal 21(1): 13-24 (2014).
  5. Afriani, Y., Putri, K., R., Penggalih, M.H.S.T., Kandarina, I., Sofro, Z.M., Effect of Banana Isotonic Drink to Maintain Hydration Through Urine and Blood Electrolytes. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition 14(8): 453-456, 2015.
  6. Penggalih, M.H.S.T., Pratiwi, D., Fitria, F., Sari, M, D, P., Narruti, N.H., Winata, I.N., Fatimah, Kusumawati, M, D. Identification of Somatotype, Nutritional Status, Food and Fluid Intake in Gymnastic Youth Athletes. Asian J. Clin. Nutr., 8:1-8. 2016.
  7. Penggalih, M.H.S.T., Juffrie, M., Sudargo, T., Sofro, Z.M., 2017. Correlation Between Dietary Intake with Anthropometry Profile on Youth Football Athlete in Indonesia. Asian Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 9: 9-16.

Prof. Jane C-J Chao is a Dean of College of Nutrition Taipei Medical University, Taiwan. She graduated from Human Nutrition and Food Management, The Ohio State University, USA. Prof Jane’s research interests are application of Chinese herb cocktail to the prevention and therapy of chronic diseases and cancers, evaluation of functional foods, techniques in molecular cell biology. She has been awarded a Who’s Who in the World (32nd ed.) in 2015 by Marquis Who’s Who, USA

Research Publications:
  1. Yang, H-Y, Yang, S-C, Chao, JC-J, and Chen, J-R* (2012). Beneficial effects of catechin-rich green tea and inulin on body composition of overweight adults. Br. J. Nutr. 107:749-754. (doi:10.1017/S0007114511005095) SCI
  2. Fan, C-K*, Liao, C-W, Lyu, S-Y, Sukati, H, Ji, D-D, Cho, C-M, Jien, J-Y, Huang, Y-C, Chang, PW, Chiu, W-T, Nara, T, Tsubouchi, A, Huang, Y-H, Tu, C-C, Lan, S-J, and Chao, JCJ (2012) Prevalence of intestinal parasitic infections among primary schoolchildren in areas devoid of sanitation in northwestern Kingdom of Swaziland, Southern Africa. Pathog. Glob. Health 106:60-62. SCI
  3. Yang, H-Y, Lin, H-S, Chao, JC-J, Chien, Y-W, Peng, H-C, and Chen J-R* (2012) Effects of soy protein on alcoholic liver disease in rats undergoing ethanol withdrawal. J. Nutr. Biochem. 23: 679-684. (doi:10.1016/j.jnutbio.2011.03.016) SCI
  4. Tsai, Y-H, Wang, T-W, Wei, H-J*, Hsu, C-Y, Ho, H-J, Chen, W-H, Young, R, Liaw, C-M, and Chao, JC-J* (2013) Dietary intake, glucose metabolism and sex hormones in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) compared with women with non-PCOS-related infertility. Br. J. Nutr. 109: 2190-2198. (doi:10.1017/S0007114512004369) SCI
  5. Sillah, F, Ho, H-J, and Chao, JC-J* (2013) The use of oral rehydration salt in managing children under 5 y old with diarrhea in the Gambia: Knowledge, attitude, and practice. Nutrition 29:1368-1373. SCI
  6. Chi, C-P, Tsai, J-S, and Chao, JCJ* (2013) Effects of short-term chlorella supplementation on fatigue recovery after exercise. Sports Exerc. Res. 15: 348-358. (Chinese) TSSCI
  7. 12. Hung, R-P, Hwang, C-S, Chiu, W-H, Yang, S-C, and Chao, JC-J* (2013) Effects of isomaltose oligosaccharide supplementation by tube-feeding on intestinal functions and microflora in chronic bedridden patients on respirators. Nutr. Sci. J. 38: 84-97. (Chinese)
  8. Chao, JC-J*(2014) Author’s response re. “Diarrhea is more dangerous than AIDS in the 21 century”. Nutrition 30: 121-122 (Letter to the editor). SCI
  9. Chang, JS, Lin, SM, Chao, JC-J, Chen, YC, Wang CM, Chou, NH, Pan, WH, and Bai, CH* (2014) Serum ferritin contributes to racial or geographic disparities in metabolic syndrome in Taiwan. Public Health Nutr. 17: 1498-1506. SCI
  10. Hou, Y-L, Tsai, Y-H, Lin, Y-H, and Chao, JC-J* (2014) Ginseng extract and ginsenoside Rb1 attenuate carbon tetrachloride-induced liver fibrosis in rats. BMC Complement. Alternat. Med. 14:415. (doi:10.1186/1472-6882-14-415) (NSC 95-2320-B-038-038-MY2) SCI
  11. Muga, MA and Chao, JC-J* (2014) Effects of fish oil and spirulina on oxidative stress and inflammation in hypercholesterolemic hamsters. BMC Complement. Alternat. Med. 14: 470. (doi:10.1186/1472-6882-14-470) SCI
  12. Liu, C-Y, Chou, Y-C, Chao, JC-J, Hsu, C-Y, Cha, T-L, and Tsao, C-W* (2015) The association between dietary patterns and semen quality in a general Asian population of 7282 males. PLoS One 10:e0134224. Doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0134224. SCI

Prof Winnie Chee Siew Swee is a Dean of School of Heath Sciences International Medical University, Malaysia. She obtained her PhD in nutrition from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and she spent two years as a post-doctoral researcher and project leader at the Nestle Research Institute, Switzerland for joint and bone health platform. Her specific areas of research are in bone health, renal and diabetes nutrition where she holds several external grants, published extensively and supervise post-graduate students. She is currently the President of the Malaysian Dietitians’ Association

Research Publications:
  1. Chee WSS, Chong PN, Chuah KA, T Karupaiah, Norlaila Mustafa, Seri Suniza S, Karuthan Chinna, Horcajada MN, Ameye L & Offord-Cavin E. Calcium Intake, Vitamin D and Bone Health Status of Post-menopausal Chinese Women in Kuala Lumpur. Mal J Nutr 2010; 16(2) : 233 - 242
  2. Khor GL, Winnie SS Chee, Zalilah M Shariff, BK Poh, Mohan Arumugam, Jamaluddin A Rahman, Hannah E Theobald. High prevalence of vitamin D insufficiency and its association with BMI-for-age among primary school children in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. BMC Public Health 2011; 11:95
  3. M.Y.Tan, J.M. Magarey, S.S. Chee, L.F. Lee and M.H. Tan. A brief structured education programme enhances self- care practices and improves glycaemic control in Malaysians with poorly controlled diabetes. Health Education Research 2011; 26(5), 896-907.
  4. Chew WF, Rokiah P, Chee WSS, Lee LF, Chan YM & Chan SP. Prevalence of glucose intolerance, and its associated antenatal and historical risk factors amongst Malaysian women with previous history of gestational diabetes. 2012. Singapore Med J 2012; 53(12): 814–820
  5. Ari Istiany, Suriah Abdul Rahman, Zalifah Mohammad Kassim, Winnie Chee Swee Swee, Zaitun Yassin & Asmaa’ Mohammad Parid. Effect Of Nutrition Education And Sun Exposure On Vitamin D Status Among Postmenopausal Malay Women. International Journal of Science and Engineering Investigations, 2012; Volume 1, Issue 10.
  6. Tilakavati K, Chee WSS, Liew SY, Ng BK & Karuthan C. Dietary health behaviors of women living in high rise dwellings - a case study of an urban community in Malaysia. Journal of Community Health 2013; Volume 38, Issue 1; Page 163-171.
  7. Jamil Nor Aini ,Bee Koon Poh, Winnie Siew Swee Chee. Validity of a children's physical activity questionnaire (cPAQ) for the study of bone health. Pediatrics International. doi: 10.1111/ped.12035. (online publication 2013)
  8. Musa Nurbazlin, Winnie Siew Swee Chee, Pendek Rokiah, Alexander Tong Boon Tan ; Yean Chew , Abd Rahman Siti Nusaibah, Siew Pheng Chan. Effects of sun exposure on 25(OH) vitamin D concentration in urban and rural women in Malaysia. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 2013;22 (3):391-399