Medical Biotechnology

Animal Handling Workshop for Medical Biotechnology Students

19 Dec 2017|Medical Biotechnology, People, Programmes, Students|

Today, animal models are employed in virtually all fields of biomedical research and the use of animal models has been central to most of the achievements of modern medicine, particularly in the field of human physiology and biochemistry because it allows the researchers to investigate the disease states in ways which would be inaccessible or

Industry Experts Provided Professional Industrial Insight

9 Dec 2017|Alumni, Medical Biotechnology, People, Programmes, Students|

2 October 2017 - The IMU Medical Biotechnology (MB) students from MB1/15 cohort gained insights from six speakers hailing from different types of industries. Among the speakers, four were IMU MB's very own alumni. Taking place in the Senate Room of the IMU, the “Forum with Industry Experts” was part of the teaching and learning

Fantastic Learning Experience at International Seminar

23 Nov 2017|Medical Biotechnology, People, Programmes, Research, Students|

Story 1: Presenting at 7th Malaysian International Seminar on Antarctica 15 – 16 August 2017 - I attended a two-day international conference (7th Malaysian International Seminar on Antarctica (MISA 7) in Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, Malaysia and presented my research findings of my final year project, which focused on the effect of phosphate availability on the sensitivity

Training Biomedical and Biotechnology Preceptors

3 Oct 2017|Biomedical Science, Medical Biotechnology, People, Programmes, Staff|

‘The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.’ - William Arthur Ward (1921-1994) Not all teachers work in the classroom. As educationists increasingly advocate ‘experiential learning’, the role of preceptors, or on-site supervisors, becomes more essential in moulding competent graduates. For this very reason, the Applied Biomedical

Medical Biotechnology or Biomedical Science: Which is the Profession for Me?

28 Aug 2017|Biomedical Science, Medical Biotechnology, Programmes|

What is the building block of life? How are dengue and Zika similar? Why is cancer so complicated? These questions were foreign to some of us thirty or maybe forty years back, but with ample amount of information being relayed in social media, these curious topics can be as close in piquing our thought process,

Andrew is Best Paper Presenter at Conference

16 Aug 2017|Articles, Medical Biotechnology, News Media, People, Programmes, Students|

IMU Medical Biotechnology student from Indonesia, Andrew Octavian Sasmita presented the findings of his research project at the International Conference of Healthcare and Life-Science Research in Bangkok, Thailand and won the Best Paper Presenter Award. His final year research project in Medical Biotechnology at International Medical University, focused on the mechanisms of a natural compound in ameliorating excessive neuroinflammation,

Best Paper Presenter at a Life Science Conference in Thailand

7 Aug 2017|Medical Biotechnology, People, Programmes, Students|

IMU Medical Biotechnology student from Indonesia, Andrew Octavian Sasmita relates his experience presenting at a Life Science Conference in Bangkok, Thailand and winning the Best Paper Presenter Award Having completed my final year research project in Medical Biotechnology at International Medical University, which focused on the mechanisms of a natural compound in ameliorating excessive neuroinflammation,


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