The programme leading to the MSc in Medical and Health Sciences is primarily obtained through research.
A project to incorporate Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cheminformatics in the search and design of novel drugs as potential new therapeutics in treating tuberculosis.
The findings presented by 6 IMU students at the World Cancer Congress (WCC) 2018 were accepted into the special edition for Journal of Global Oncology.
An IMU MSc in Medical and Health Sciences (by Research) graduate is the 2018 recipient of the Postgraduate Thesis Prize from the Nutrition Society of Malaysia (NSM).
The Nutrition Society of Malaysia's 33rd Scientific Conference had platforms for all stakeholders to share research and intervention activities, including several awards given to and sessions presented by IMU faculty members and students.
An IMU research student’s passion in parasitology led to him winning prizes at a local and international conferences.
Dr Lee Choy Sin (Senior Lecturer, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, IMU), Prof Mallikarjuna Pichika Rao (Associate Dean for Research and Consultancy, School of Pharmacy, IMU) and Chua Bing Wei (MSc in Medical and Health Sciences (By Research) student and alumnus of BSc (Hons) Pharmaceutical Chemistry) in collaboration with Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) won the
It is always encouraging that students should obtain some overseas exposure as part of their degree programme. The same goes for students of postgraduate programmes. The establishment of the Student Mobility Programme by the International Medical University (IMU) serves to academically and socially enrich a student’s university experience by broadening the students’ perspectives and widening
Two Masters of Science in Medical and Health Sciences (by Research) students from International Medical University (IMU), Tan Si Hoey and Yeo Pei Ling, were awarded the Malaysia Toray Science Foundation (MTSF) Grant worth RM20,000 each. Si Hoey was awarded with the grant for her project titled Phosphoproteomic Analysis of p21 Protein-activated Kinase (PAK-4)-mediated Phosphorylation