With the theme - “Clinical Dentistry and Dental Education for the 21st Century - Current and Future Status”, this conference offered a unique platform to learn and exchange ideas for dental academicians, dental practitioners, dental postgraduate and also undergraduate students.
To mark their completion of the taught portion of the IMU Master of Pharmacy Practice programme, the first cohort of students had an enjoyable lunch meeting with A/Prof Mohd Zulkefeli, Dean of the School of Pharmacy, and academic staff involved in the programme. In January 2017, these students moved on to research, and are expected to complete their Master degree in July 2018.
Prostate Cancer Usually an adenocarcinoma, that is the gland cancer. It is common after 65 years old. 89.9% are 55 years old and older. It is 9th most common cancer in the world, 2nd most common cause of cancer death. Most men do not have symptoms, do not need treatment and pass on of unrelated
What is Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine? Generally, vaccines are treatments that can prevent infections. Vaccines work by preparing our body to fight germs that cause a certain infection. The process of giving a vaccine is known as vaccination or immunisation. There are many vaccines designated for different types of germs and infections worldwide. The
What is Pap smear screening? And why should you do the test? Pap smear test is a procedure that detects for changes in the cells of the cervix (neck of the womb). It detects whether there are any changes in the cervix that indicate cancer and if so, can be detected early and treated with
21 September 2014 – Dr Tan Sue Yee, lecturer of the Nutrition & Dietetics Department of International Medical University (IMU) won second prize for Best Poster Award at the recent Malaysian Paediatric Haematology & Oncology (MASPHO) 19th Annual Scientific Meeting, which was held from 20 – 21 September, at Boulevard Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. The theme for this
As a University which started 22 years ago, the International Medical University has many students who have gone on to lead successful lives in their careers and in the community. There are many stories to share and here is one on our Pharmaceutical Chemistry alumnus. Manprit Kaur a/p Gurcharan Singh. She is currently working as
An International Medical University (IMU) Postgraduate Alumnus, Dr Kamalan Jeevaratnam, is this year’s recipient of the Merdeka Award Grant for International Attachment. The award presentation ceremony was held at the Malaysian Petroleum Club, Kuala Lumpur on the 4 September 2014. Dr Kamalan will using the funds from the grant to pursue a research titled 'Mechanistic
An Enriching Experience for IMU Students at the Fifth University Scholars Leadership Symposium (USLS)
1 August - 7 August 2014 – Two International Medical University (IMU) second year students in the medicine programme, Jimmy Toh Tinrui and Carin Ooi Hui Ling, attended the 5th University Scholars Leadership Symposium (USLS) in the city of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. More than 600 young delegates from as many as 47 countries took part in the
Haw Tatt Yhew started his studies at biomedical science at International Medical University in 2010 and upon graduation, continued his studies at a postgraduate level, studying a Masters programme in the field of Neuroscience at Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM). To date, this IMU alumnus has had one successful publication (first author) in the Journal of Neuroinflammation (JNI). The manuscript