The IMU has an integrated system-based curriculum for its medical programme and uses a variety of approaches to its teaching-learning activities.

IMU Double Degree Alumnus

26 Sep 2016|Alumni, Biomedical Science, Biomedical Science, Medicine, Medicine, Programmes|

Although IMU has always had alumni who have done double degrees from undergraduate to postgraduate studies, Michael Son Wei Da is the first that has gone down the unbeaten path by scoring himself a Biomedical Science degree, followed by an IMU MBBS degree. Michael first joined IMU in 2008 under the Biomedical Science programme and

IMU Alumnus Wins First Prize at Royal Society of Medicine Cardiothoracic Case Presentation

11 Aug 2016|Alumni, Medicine, Medicine, Programmes|

24 June 2016 - IMU Alumnus, David Tang Chu Yik won the first prize for poster presentation at the Royal Society of Medicine Cardiothoracic Section Meeting - Evolution or Revolution: Survival of the Cardiothoracic Surgeon. The presentation was on his poster: Chasing time: The Evolution of Aortic Dissection in a Patient Over More than Half

Best International Student Award for IMU Medical Alumnus

1 Aug 2016|Alumni, Medicine, Medicine, Programmes|

24 June 2016 - IMU medical alumnus, Dairshini Sithambaram, was awarded “Best International Student” at a graduation ceremony at University of Dundee, UK. Dairshini started her journey towards a career in medicine at International Medical University, Malaysia and then transferred to University of Dundee for completion of her medical degree. Dairshini said, “Initially, I was

IMU Alumnus Wins Awards in US

20 Jul 2016|Alumni, Medicine|

An opportunity to shadow a gastroenterologist after the completion of her A Levels at a Junior College in Singapore sparked Tey Kai Rou’s interest in medicine, especially in the field of gastroenterology. This interest resulted in the start of her medical studies at  the International Medical University in 2007. Five years later, she graduated with

IMU Alumnus’ Project won the Anaesthesia Student Essay Prize from Royal Society of Medicine

23 Jun 2016|Alumni, Medicine, Medicine, Programmes|

IMU Medical Alumnus, Ng Ka Ting, had the opportunity to be involved in a study that measures the isoflurane concentration in coronary sinus blood. This project won the Anaesthesia Student Essay Prize from the Royal Society of Medicine (Annual Anaesthesia Section Meeting) on 3 June 2016. The anaesthesia project had been accepted for oral presentation

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