Farrah-Hani Imran is a member of the Faculty of Medicine and is the Head of the Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery on the Burns Unit & Wound Care Team in the Department of Surgery at the National University of Malaysia. She is a PhD Scholar from the School of Medicine University College Dublin in the Republic of Ireland. Farrah represented Malaysia in Rhythmic Gymnastics from 1989 to 1994, and was awarded the Malaysian Ministry of Youth & Sports Full Sports Scholarship to pursue her medical schooling. She was the first Malaysian gymnast to represent Malaysia at the World Championships: World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Alicante, Spain in 1993. She ranked 85th out of 200 competitors. She was the overall champion at the British Open in 1994 in Edinburgh, Scotland and the South-East Asian Games, championing the South-East Asian Games five times. Farah is also a five-time Malaysian National Champion and Malaysian National School Sports Champion. She currently serves as the Team Manager for the Malaysian National Rhythmic Gymnastics Team. In her free time, Farrah enjoys working as an academic and motivational speaker, chair, or moderator.