Dr. Mastura Adam is the Head of Department of Architecture, Faculty of Built Environment, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She holds a doctoral degree in Urban Design from the University of Salford, Greater Manchester, UK and Architectural studies, LAM and RIBA Part I and Part II, from UITM and Oxford Brookes University, UK. Drawing on 28 years of progressive teaching in architecture programmes emphasised on architecture designs and urban studies. She has found her research passion towards sustainable architectural design, urban design, inclusive and universal design, urban mobility and accessibility, including travel behaviours for non-motorized transport users. Most recently, she has focused her attention on the importance on accessibility and universal designs for the vulnerable users in the built environment. From 2018 up to date, she leads an international training programme called Accessibility and Universal Design Training Course for ASEAN Persons with Disabilities (PwD) organised by ASEAN University Network (AUN-DPPnet). She has been appointed as a Principle Investigator by the Ministry of Higher Education in Malaysia (MOHE) for High Impact Research on establishing “Garis Panduan Kampus Inklusif” in 2019. During her involvement in AUN-DPPnet, she has demonstrated an impactful contribution and produced numerous publications to the enhancement of current local policies.