MU pharmacy students bagged the 1st and 2nd runner-up positions in the 10th NPQ and were the champion for the Piala Aishah round (compounding event). The 10th NPQ & PA 2018 was held from 20-22 April 2018 at National University of Malaysia (UKM), KL Campus.
IMU School of Pharmacy students have once again emerged as champion in the Malaysian Pharmacy Students’ Association (MyPSA) National Clinical Pharmacy Challenge (NCPC), a prestigious annual competition that challenges clinical knowledge, skills and teamwork of pharmacy students.
IMU Pharmacy Students’ Association (IPSA), a student body under the IMU School of Pharmacy, was officially established on 21 March 2018. Other than representing students from the School of Pharmacy and serving as a channel of communication between IMU students and students from other universities, IPSA aims to bring out the best in each and every one of its members.
Two Year 4 BPharm students published their original research article in "Drug Delivery and Translational Research", a peer reviewed indexed journal.
30 October 2017 – 17 November 2017 – I have participated in a three-week summer course on Interprofessional Health Care: Tropical, Neglected Infectious and Sexually Transmitted Diseases at Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia and Puskesmas Kalibawang, Kulon Progo District. There was a total of 59 participants took part in the programme; 33
2 IMU final year pharmacy students collaborated with two premier Universities based at NSW, Australia for their undergraduate research project.
34 IMU Pharmacy students participated in a sports carnival organised by Malaysian Pharmacy Students' Association (MyPSA) held at IIUM at Kuantan. The event saw the IMU participants successfully winning 3 gold medals, 1 silver medal and 1 bronze medal.
An IMU third-year pharmacy student, Brian Tay Wei Yang from BP115 cohort had the opportunity to perform his internship in Abbott Laboratories (specifically Established Pharmaceutical Division, EPD) for 3 months. It is part of the electives module in Semester 6 where students acquire experience, knowledge and enhanced competencies in pharmacy-related or non-pharmacy related activities in
8 November and 5 December 2017 - An Introduction to Global Chemists’ Code of Ethics (GCCE), Chemical Safety and Security workshop was jointly organised by the American Chemical Society (ACS) - the world’s largest scientific society and the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, School of Pharmacy, International Medical University (IMU). The workshop was held at the University’s
Simulation offers junior students preliminary insights into pharmaceutical production processes and challenges, and helps prepare them to undertake workplace learning in their later semesters. The IMU BPharm Model Industry Concept (MIC) was introduced in 2008 for this purpose.