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Collection of news and stories of IMU in diverse media.

A Chinese Medicine Practitioner in Perth, Australia

28 Apr 2018|Alumni, Articles, Chinese Medicine, Chinese Medicine, News Media, People, Programmes|

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.

Stand Together to Stop Bullies

24 Apr 2018|Articles, News Media, People, Staff|

IMU psychology lecturer, Alexius Cheang, looks at the dynamics between the three elements involved in bullying: the bully, the victim and the bystander. He believes that the bystander is the one component that is often overlooked, and yet it is the most important component in changing the dynamics of bullying.

Food Intake for Diabetics

23 Apr 2018|Articles, News Media, People, Staff|

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.

Practising Traditional Cures Down Under

19 Apr 2018|Alumni, Articles, Chinese Medicine, Chinese Medicine, News Media, People, Programmes|

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.

Industry-relevant Studies for Better Prospects

17 Apr 2018|Alumni, Articles, MSc in Analytical & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, MSc in Analytical & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, News Media, People, Programmes, Students|

IMU offers weekend postgraduate programmes, providing opportunities for working adults who wish to enhance their knowledge and work-ready skills in order to advance their careers in the industry or academia. One of such programme is the MSc in Analytical and Pharmaceutical Chemistry (MAPC). Some of our graduates and current students relate their experience studying this

Mengurus Diabetes Jenis 2

12 Apr 2018|Articles, Health, News Media|

A one-year study by Prof Winnie Chee and her team from IMU shows that the use of a transcultural diabetes-specific nutrition algorithm (tDNA) developed by an international panel of experts has been successfully adapted in the Malaysian context.


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