Gaining a better understanding in Molecular Medicine was Mohd Fadzly's reason to study a Masters in this field.
Mohd Fadzly, a scientific officer at Histopathology Lab, Hospital KL graduated with distinction from IMU's Master of Science in Molecular Medicine recently. Read his experience here.
The 1st Stakeholders Meeting organised by IMU's School of Pharmacy, welcomed participation of more than 15 stakeholders from various professional organisations, pharmaceutical industries, healthcare institutions and alumni. The aims of this important event are to identify, understand and clarify regarding the employers’ expectations on graduands’ knowledge, skills and attitudes. The event took place at the
“Never stop learning” is a positive attitude that propels a person to excel in career and life. As suggested by Benjamin Franklin, the founding Fathers of the United States, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest”. Indeed, in an era where strong emphasis is given on certification, academic upgrading provides a better edge for
IMU’s MSc in Molecular Medicine is one of the weekend graduate programmes which focuses on the role of simple molecules and complex molecular-genetical interactions in human diseases and the applications of systems biology, computational biology and chemical genetics in disease diagnostics and treatments. Find out more at Global Ground for Healthcare (The Star, 16 May 2017)