National Army Museum showcase St. Cross DPhil Student’s artwork

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Photo Credit : © Acacia Diana | High Commission of Malaysia London


DPhil student at St Cross College Fitri Fareez Ramli (MD, MMEDSCI Pharmacology, DPhil Psychiatry, 2021), was recently invited by Malaysia's High Commission in London to display his artwork at the National Army Museum in London. The exhibition was held during a grand reception on 12 October at the National Army Museum to celebrate Malaysia's 66th National Day, 60th Malaysia Day, and 90th Malaysia Armed Forces Day. Distinguished guests from the UK Government, diplomatic corps, international organisations, and notable figures in the Malaysian community in the UK attended the event. 

In addition to his artistic talents, Fareez's has also make contributions to scientific research, after having published an article (in the form of a letter to the Editor) in the International Journal of Medical Sciences, showcasing his dedication and multidisciplinary approach to academic pursuits. 

Fareez is currently working with Prof. Philip Cowen and Dr. Beata Godlewska and his current research focuses on ebselen, a lithium-like compound, as a potential treatment for resistant depression. He's investigating ebselen's mechanisms using surrogate antidepressant markers and neuroimaging techniques. Previously, he researched methadone's adverse effects on male reproductive health. His main research interest lies in psychopharmacology, particularly pharmacodynamics. 


Heartiest congratulations for this achievement, Fareez!