BEd (UKM, Malaysia), MSc (UKM, Malaysia), PhD (UQ, Australia)
Dr Denise Koh is a senior lecturer at the Centre for Education and Community Well-being, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. She is trained in physical and health education, and completed her PhD at the University of Queensland, Australia. Her research interests are on physical activity behaviour and its relationship with health outcomes. Her current research activities includes objective measurement and evaluation of physical activity behaviour among preschool children; development of health behaviour education modules for preschool teachers; as well as development of fundamental movement skills for secondary school teachers. Denise is also an active advocate in the community, she is currently the treasurer for the Malaysian Association for the Study of Obesity (MASO), and actively contribute to a number of dietary guidelines for Malaysians by the Ministry of Health Malaysia.