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Basics and Beyond: Abdominal, Pelvic, and Obstetric Ultrasound Course

16 Nov 2017|Medicine, People, Programmes, Staff, Students|

14 October 2017, Hospital Enche’ Besar Hajjah Khalsom, Kluang, Johor Ultrasonography is the least invasive and probably the second most commonly used imaging technique after X-ray, underscoring its importance in today’s practice of medicine. With this in mind, the Obstetrics and Gynaecology (O & G) Department of IMU School of Medicine jointly organised an ultrasound

My Insightful Internship in Singapore

14 Nov 2017|Biomedical Science, People, Programmes, Students|

10 April – 30 September 2017 - “The Apprentice” is one of the most anticipated modules in the IMU Biomedical Science programme, as Semester 6 students are introduced to practical “hands-on experience” in a biomedical science-based industry for 12 weeks. Students may choose to have their attachments locally or in foreign countries, and even extend

Passion Never Fails

13 Nov 2017|People, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

Bonjour, I’m Nermesh Singh or you can call me Neru, aged 20, from the wettest town in Malaysia, Taiping. I’m currently pursuing Bachelor of Pharmacy in a very established university known as International Medical University (IMU) and joined the 2016 intake. Oh yes, let me just narrate what does the title depicts. I’ve always had passion in

Workshop to Encourage Entrepreneurship

10 Nov 2017|People, Staff, Students|

16 August 2017 – A Bioentrepreneurship Workshop 2017: Cultivating Bio-enterprise was jointly organised by Applied Biomedical Science and Biotechnology Division (ABSB), School of Health Sciences, International Medical University (IMU) and Malaysian Bioeconomy Corporation Sdn Bhd. The workshop was held at the University’s campus in Bukit Jalil. There were 32 participants, from a mixture of academicians and

IMU Final Year Medical Student Wins EBM Blog Writing Contest 2017

9 Nov 2017|Medicine, People, Programmes, Students|

If you ask me what the most important language in the world is, I would reply without hesitation: Mathematics. Mathematics governs almost every single aspect of our daily lives. In medicine, it manifests itself as evidence-based medicine (EBM). After learning about statistical theory during ‘A’ levels, I was especially thrilled to be able to apply

IMU Nursing Student Scored Distinction in Professional Board Licensure Examination

6 Nov 2017|People, Students|

IMU Nursing student, Priscilla Tan Shi Harn, scored a distinction in the Nursing Board National Licensure Examination held on 6 September 2017. “I was both surprised and delighted to have been nominated by Nursing Board Malaysia as excellent candidate. Upon receiving this pleasant news, I felt that all my hard work these four years has

IMU Alumni Returns to Alma Mater for Postgraduate Studies in Pharmacy Practice

2 Nov 2017|Alumni, Master of Pharmacy Practice, People, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

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

Gaining Skills and Experience at UK Industrial Attachment

1 Nov 2017|People, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Programmes, Students|

8 May 2017- 9 July 2017 - I did my industrial attachment at the Centre of Biomolecular Science (CBS) in University of Nottingham, UK working as a research assistant under supervision of Dr Tracey Bradshaw and one of her postgraduate student, Alastair Breen. The project we were working on was a nanotechnology-inspired project which encapsulates


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