An important part of preparing students for their career is in the industrial training. Being actively involved in the industry teaches the student learns about the industrial demands, skill set and work ethics. Read this Medical Biotechnology student's experience.
Two Year 4 BPharm students published their original research article in "Drug Delivery and Translational Research", a peer reviewed indexed journal.
A Nutrition alumna explains about her current employment at a healthcare communications consultancy that specialises in advancing public health goals.
Weight Achievement and Intensive Treatment programme is a 12-week multidisciplinary programme for weight control and intensive diabetes lifestyle management. Read how this programme has helped patients in the USA and how it has been replicated in Malaysia.
A chiropractic students's story on her journey to becoming a chiropractor - from IMU, Malaysia to RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia.
30 October 2017 – 17 November 2017 – I have participated in a three-week summer course on Interprofessional Health Care: Tropical, Neglected Infectious and Sexually Transmitted Diseases at Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia and Puskesmas Kalibawang, Kulon Progo District. There was a total of 59 participants took part in the programme; 33
Ng Kar Foo graduated with a Nutrition and Dietetics degree in 2012. He is now involved in clinical teaching and healthcare servicing in dietetics besides being the Treasurer of the IMU Alumni Association.
One of the most effective and inspiring alumni gatherings is the one in Kota Kinabalu where there were sharing sessions, delicious food and a group photo session.
IMU’s BSc (Hons) Nutrition and Dietetics and BSc (Hons) Dietetics with Nutrition graduates from 2011 onwards who have met the criteria set, are eligible to apply for the Entry-Level Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition at Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA.
Dietitian and Dean, School of Health Sciences, Prof Dr Winnie Chee provides details about a study in Malaysia that applied a culturally-adapted nutrition algorithm and motivational counselling to help people with diabetes achieve weight loss and glucose control.