The robust curriculum of Medical Biotechnology at IMU teaches and prepares the students to apply current biotechnology techniques in real-world settings.
Maple Phua Hong Yueh shares her journey from a degree in medical biotechnology in IMU to a MBA at Université Paris Est Créteil (UPEC) in Paris, France
Spurred and motivated by the possibility of successfully finding a treatment for bone diseases, an IMU Alumnus diligently continues to assist in conducting research in this area.
A truly remarkable experience for 2 IMU Medical Biotechnology (MB) alumni undertaking internship at Institute of Biomedical Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.
Lim Jia Xin’s interest in biotechnology led her to start her studies in medical biotechnology (MB) at IMU in 2013 and she graduated three years later. She currently attached to Fermetec Medical Sdn Bhd in Ampang, a company specialising in the sales and services of sports science and medical equipment. Her duties at work include understanding the
Chrystine Yan Zou Yi had wanted to study biotechnology since she was in Form 4 even though she was not sure in which area specifically or what the job prospects are. She has always been deeply intrigued by science itself and was deeply influenced by figures like Bill Nye when she was a child and
Erna binti Laere’s passion towards neuroscience research grew during her A-level studies in INTEC when she learnt about neurotransmission. Keeping this passion alive, during Semester 5 of her undergraduate Medical Biotechnology programme at IMU, Erna chose Neurobiology module as her elective module. By doing this module, Erna found how complex is the system in our