Research category will give you insights on our students and staff’s achievements in research and how our research contributions benefit the society.
7 postgraduate medical students from Karaganda State Medical University (KSMU), Kazakhstan who were at the Malaysian University to attend a Research Management Training Course from 27 March to 2 April 2018.
2 IMU IRDI researchers attended the Malaysian Responsible Conduct of Research Workshop. The 4-day workshop covered ten key topics concerning research.
Weight Achievement and Intensive Treatment programme is a 12-week multidisciplinary programme for weight control and intensive diabetes lifestyle management. Read how this programme has helped patients in the USA and how it has been replicated in Malaysia.
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
Addiction for the internet among Malaysians has reached an alarming rate. This was based on findings of a three-phase study by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) from 2010 to date. This MCMC study is being conducted in collaboration with academicians from local private universities namely IMU and another university. Find out more at Internet
11-13 November 2017 - Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society-Young Pharmacist Chapter (MPS-YPC) hosted the Asian Young Pharmacist Group (AYPG) Leadership Summit at the International Medical University (IMU). The Summit is co-organised with School of Pharmacy of IMU, AYPG and MPS, with the theme “Pharmacists: Engaging Communities for Health”. This theme is chosen in line with the increase
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
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
Imagine yourself living in an era where robots takes over the jobs of nurses, doctors, and other healthcare professionals, having genetic test revealing the day of your death, and artificial intelligence taking over the whole healthcare industry. These might all seem remote now but undeniably this is the future of medicine that technological development might