3 IMU Pharmaceutical Chemistry students helped out in a recycling centre at Desa ParkCity to learn more about environmental protection. . This project was conducted under one of our Semester 3 modules, which is the Environmental Chemistry module.
The Silent Mentor Programme is a programme hosted by the University of Malaya (UM) in which members of the public may pledge their bodies to be used for medical training and research after their death.
MU pharmacy students bagged the 1st and 2nd runner-up positions in the 10th NPQ and were the champion for the Piala Aishah round (compounding event). The 10th NPQ & PA 2018 was held from 20-22 April 2018 at National University of Malaysia (UKM), KL Campus.
An advantage that IMU graduates have is the extensive and expeditious clinical exposure. Read what Dr Wong Yih Seong who has supervised IMU graduates over the years, have to say about them.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Implant Dentistry programme (PGDID) at the IMU School of Dentistry is designed to support the training and learning of working dental practitioners by using a flexible modular mode of delivery using a wide array of teaching methods supplemented with guidance from personal tutors.
IMU students and staff took a well deserved break from their busy university and working life to have a magical and entertaining night at IMU Ball 2018: Le Rêverie. An opportunity for them to interact and engage with one another in a more relaxed setting.
Applied Biotechniques and Community Health is a module offered in Semester 6 of IMU’s Medical Biotechnology (MB) programme, which includes a community service project. For this year, our MB1/15 students were granted the opportunity to serve the young community (aged 8 to 11 years old) at the Talento Daycare Centre, Kuala Lumpur. The objective of
Awarded for its IMU Cares programme, IMU is the only higher education institution from Malaysia to be awarded what is considered by the industry as the most established and coveted recognition for corporate social responsibility.
Applied Biotechniques and Community Health is a module offered in Semester 6 of IMU’s Medical Biotechnology programme, which includes a community service project. For this year, our MB1/15 students were granted the opportunity to serve the young community (aged 8 to 11 years old) at the Talento Daycare Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
2 IMU IRDI researchers attended the Malaysian Responsible Conduct of Research Workshop. The 4-day workshop covered ten key topics concerning research.