News Media

Collection of news and stories of IMU in diverse media.

Your Style in Parenting

21 May 2017|Articles, News Media, People, Staff|

IMU lecturer, Alexius Cheang, writes about how the way parents bring up their children have a profound influence on how they turn out. He explains that a parenting style is a psychological construct that represents strategies and perspectives that parents use in raising their children. He further explains about the four distinct parenting styles identified by

Global Ground for Healthcare

16 May 2017|Articles, MSc in Molecular Medicine, News Media, Programmes|

IMU’s MSc in Molecular Medicine is one of the weekend graduate programmes which focuses on the role of simple molecules and complex molecular-genetical interactions in human diseases and the applications of systems biology, computational biology and chemical genetics in disease diagnostics and treatments. Find out more at Global Ground for Healthcare (The Star, 16 May 2017)

IMU Hosts Medical Education Conference

11 May 2017|Articles, News Media, University|

IMU hosted the 12th International Medical Education Conference (IMEC), an annual platform to exchange ideas and experience as well as to showcase innovations in the healthcare education industry. It received an unprecedented response with over 360 delegates from 38 countries. Read more at IMU Hosts Medical Education Conference (The Star, 11 March 2017)

Let’s Make Malaria No More

30 Apr 2017|Articles, Health, News Media|

Dr Verna Lee Kar Mun, a family medicine specialist from IMU Healthcare vetted this article on malaria. Malaria, primarily found in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, is a life-threatening disease caused by parasites. There are five known malaria parasite species, and two of them – Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax – pose the greatest threat.

Teamwork Pays Off

20 Apr 2017|Articles, News Media|

The IMU Pharmacy programme Year 3 subject (Current Trends in Therapeutics) develops critical appraisal ability and component skills for students to undertake research projects in Year 4. Students in small supervised teams ‘learn by doing’, by undertaking a literature review. In 2016, this student-led activity saw 5 publications in peer-reviewed journals. Read more : Teamwork


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