Samantha Liong Huey Sian has certainly come a long way since graduating with her degree, evolving from a pharmacist to an event organiser.
Out of the 10 recipients selected globally, an IMU School of Pharmacy lecturer was the only young pharmacist from the Western Pacific region.
Time really flies. It’s been more than 10 years since I graduated from the MPharm programme offered by the International Medical University and University of Strathclyde. I took the road less traveled and started my career in the National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency (NPRA), Ministry of Health focusing on regulatory affairs. On my first year, I
There is a saying that “When writing the story of your life, don’t let anyone else hold the pen” and though it is true, I would still like to appreciate all those people who have passed through this phase of my life. January 2013 is the start of my pharmacy degree at the International Medical
My journey as a pharmacist began when I signed up for IMU’s Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) programme’s four-year course during IMU’s Open Day back in 2005. I could still vividly remember the first day of our orientation where 80 young students were brought together into the main lecture hall for a “White Coat Ceremony”, where
The IMU Master of Pharmacy Practice (MPP) programme continues to provide opportunities for pharmacists to address their ongoing educational and training needs, expanding and developing their skill sets and their marketability. The MPP Programme is unique in three ways: It is the first of its kind to be offered by a Malaysian university; students can
Kaeshaelya Thiruchelvam, an IMU lecturer from the Pharmacy Practice Department, School of Pharmacy won the ‘Best Oral Presentation’ Award at the 2nd IMU Cares Humanitarian Mission Conference. The title of her presentation was 'Care of the Elderly: Practical Solutions to the Obvious Challenges', which highlighted central concerns in elderly homes and practical solutions in line
Dr Mai Chun Wai, a lecturer from the School of Pharmacy, International Medical University (IMU), recently secured RM146,916.00 under the Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS) for a research project titled “Mechanistic Basis of Tumour Evasion from Cytotoxic T Cells (CTL) Surveillance in Pancreatic Cancers”. The primary aim of this project is to investigate how the
'If somebody offers you an amazing opportunity but you are not sure you can do it, say yes – then learn how to do it later!' - Richard Branson This is a quote that IMU alumna, Janeen Thong Wui Leen, truly believes in. This belief together with what she has learnt in life that knowledge