The IMU postgraduate programme leading to the PhD 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.
IRDI's Head, Centre for Cancer and Stem Cells Research was awarded the AYPG Professional Excellence Award.
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.
Lee Ching Li, a lecturer in the Division of Nutrition and Dietetics, graduated with her PhD in June 2018. She shares her experience here.
Siew Wei Fern, a lecturer in the Department of Community Medicine, School of Medicine, shares about her truly challenging PhD journey.
IMU’s PhD Graduate Extends His Passion in Cancer Cell Biology Research as a Postdoc Researcher in Taiwan
The passion in cancer cell biology research has led Dr Tan Boon Shing, an IMU PhD graduate to currently work as a postdoctoral researcher in Academia Sinica, Taiwan. He shares with us his journey from undergraduate studies to where he is now. Dr Tan obtained his Diploma in Chemistry and Biology from Tunku Abdul Rahman
An IMU’s Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) candidate, Dang Nguk Ling won the first prize for Poster Presentation at the 7th Malaysian International Antarctica Seminar (MISA), held in Kuala Terengganu from 15-17 August 2017. Dang presented a poster titled “Phylogenetic Analysis of Microalgae Isolated from Signy Island, Antarctica” in this seminar. The poster presentation was based
My name is Ong Teik Hwa. I am currently pursuing my PhD in IMU. My PhD research project is on developing natural product based nanoformulations to treat biofilms formed by bacteria. This research has led to an opportunity to participate as an exhibitor to showcase my research product (a topical gel formulation) in Biomalaysia and
The One Health Concept has been formulated as a worldwide strategy for expanding interdisciplinary collaborations in all aspects of healthcare for humans, animals and environment. This synergism is going to advance biomedical science research, to enhance public health efficacy, to expand scientific knowledge and to improve medical education and clinical care. Pharmacists, together with all