Wong Zheng Feng from the IMU Biomedical Science cohort of BM 1/15 completed his 9-week Phase I internship at Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI), Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. It was a very invaluable and eye opening experience.
On Friday evenings, 30 IMU students f volunteered to teach the children at Rumah Charis - Home for the Children at Taman Yarl, Kuala Lumpur - the third sequel of the Discover the Joy of Reading project.
Cheah Chee Hoe completed a 9-week attachment at National Neuroscience Institute, Singapore where he was investigated several therapeutic compounds in treating Parkinson’s Disease.
Diabetes patients are often recommended to make significant lifestyle changes, particularly in diet and exercise to manage their condition. In managing diabetes, diet intervention aims to achieve a target weight loss of 5 to 10 percent in six months and reduce total calorie intake by incorporating meal replacements.
In 2017, six high achieving FiS students won IMU scholarships to pursue their undergraduate degree. The Scholarships in the form of full or partial tuition fee waivers are for students demonstrating outstanding academic excellence, extra curriculum participation and leadership qualities. Find out how they got these scholarships.
The IMU Psychology Club organised Psychology Week at IMU’s Bukit Jalil campus with the aim of inspiring people to embrace and appreciate the importance of psychology in their day to day lives.
Journey of an IMU Pharmacy Student: International Student Exchange Programme and Hospital Attachment
A pharmacy student's experiential learning at a student exchange programme in Croatia and hospital attachment in Taiwan.
IMU celebrated the International Biomedical Laboratory Science (IBLS) Day, a day for the promotion and celebration of the key roles that biomedical scientists have in diagnosis and treatment of patients.