Spurred and motivated by the possibility of successfully finding a treatment for bone diseases, an IMU Alumnus diligently continues to assist in conducting research in this area.
The Diet Specialist is the brainchild of 2 IMU graduate and a University Sultan Zainal Abidin graduate to provide interactive programmes and workshops to help educate, inform and promote better nutrition, health, and wellness in the community where social media (Facebook & Instagram) is used as the primary platform.
A passion in food and the satisfaction of helping people led to Vanessa Chong to be adventurous in different food and different cultures. This together with the realisation that everything that is fed into our mouth everyday is guided by a profession (dietitian) led to her decision to study Nutrition and Dietetics. She started studying
A truly remarkable experience for 2 IMU Medical Biotechnology (MB) alumni undertaking internship at Institute of Biomedical Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.
Time really flies. It’s been more than 10 years since I graduated from the MPharm programme offered by the International Medical University and University of Strathclyde. I took the road less traveled and started my career in the National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency (NPRA), Ministry of Health focusing on regulatory affairs. On my first year, I
Goh Huay Ing is from the 2011 cohort of IMU’s Chinese Medicine programme and after three years of studies at IMU, transferred to RMIT University in 2014 before finally graduating in December 2015. After completing her final year at RMIT University in Melbourne, she decided to be a Chinese Medicine practitioner in Perth, Australia.
While postgraduate study is rarely easy, taught masters programmes can make things much more manageable and easier due to the structured curriculum and time-bound progression. Learn more about our Master of Science in Analytical and Pharmaceutical Chemistry's alumni and students' experience studying the programme,
Goh Kee Woon's desire to gain weight led to his interest in finding out how food and nutrients work in a human body. This interest had eventually led him to become a nutrition student at IMU
A Semester 4 Biomedical Science undergraduate student relates her experience at Spastic Children Association of Selangor Federal Territory.