Azrin is undertaking doctoral research into micropalaeontological study of benthic faunas especially Foraminifera and Ostracods as both groups are particularly well-known for the UKCS and mainland. She is analysing Early Jurrassic sediment core samples from Northern Ireland to find microfossils involved for interpretation of palaeoenvironment, paleogeographic and palaeoclimate of the research area.
Bsc Geology – National University of Malaysia (Malaysia)
Azrin previously studied Geology at degree level at National University of Malaysia for three years (2009-2012) and her majoring subject was Petroleum Geology. After she completed her internship at national oil and gas company Petronas, she decided to further her career in the academic area. She is now pursuing her PhD at the University of Birmingham under the sponsorship of Malaysia's Ministry of Education.
PhD title Early Jurassic benthic microfaunas of the northern Antrim coast, Northern Ireland
Early Jurassic microfossils (Foraminifera and Ostracods)