Hazreen Abdul Majid is a Professor in the Department of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Malaya. He studied at the National University of Malaysia for his Bachelor in Dietetics (Hons), Deakin University Melbourne for his masters and obtained PhD from King’s College London. As a trained dietitian, he had worked in both clinical and community nutrition . In addition to some clinical work and research, he had experience in developing collaborative partnerships at the local and state levels for nationally and internationally funded cohort and community-based studies. Currently, he is the Head for Centre for Population Health, Dept of Social and Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya and a faculty member there. He runs his low FODMAPs clinic on a weekly basis. He is one of the recipients of the Newton Ungku Omar (Medical Research Council UK and Academy Science of Malaysia) award, Nutricia Research Grant, Friesland Campina collaborative grant and World Obesity Foundation travel grant. He is a member of numerous scientific and professional associations with research interest including prebiotics and probiotics in clinical nutrition, adolescent cohort and public health nutrition. He has published more than 95 original articles, several chapters in books. He had served as Malaysian Dietitians’ Association Vice President from 2011-2013 and now until 2022. He is also an associate editor for three journals namely Clinical Nutrition ESPEN, Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health and Frontiers in Public Health.